How often should I have a facial?

We recommend a facial once a month because that is how long it takes the skin to regenerate. Furthermore, we monitor your skin throughout the seasons and help you maintain a healthy and glowing complexion. However, if you are experiencing over stress or menopause, your skin can be unpredictable and breakout. Your esthetician may recommend more frequent visits until the problem is under control.

Will I break out after a facial? 

Breakouts rarely occur unless your skin is congested with blackheads or whiteheads underneath your skin. If this is the circumstance, you might experience some breakouts, but be assured they won’t last for long.

At what age should I start receiving regular facials?   

Your mid 20’s to early 30’s are ideal to maintain its healthy glow unless you begin to experience breakouts at an earlier age. We believe in early skin care education as many teenagers suffer from problem skin that is best addressed early on, having a visit to an esthetician can help treat and correct the problem.

Is there anything I can do to help my brown spots?

Hyper pigmentation can occur after sun exposure, pregnancy or taking birth control pills. Yes, there are many treatments available like peels along with home care regimen that will help lighten your pigmentation.

What’s the best way to prolong my facial?

It is recommended being diligent with your home care regimen like cleansing, exfoliating, moisturizing and protecting. This will help your skin function properly and look its absolute best.

What benefits can I expect from using products that contain vitamin A or C?

These vitamins are the most effective age defying ingredients. They are very effective antioxidants that help protect your skin against environmental pollutants that can damage your skin. Vitamin C aids in collagen synthesis, and helps diminish pigmentation while vitamin A increases elasticity and mildly hydrating.

What are the benefits of facial massages?

Physical Level of Benefits:

  • Nourishes the skin and all its structures by stimulating blood circulation.
  • Blood brings oxygen, which is essential to cell growth, to the cells and carries away waste products and carbon dioxide, thereby aiding to cleanse the skin of impurities
  • Reduces fat cells in the subcutaneous tissue which helps firm the skin
  • Promotes warmth by increasing the blood supply and circulation.
  • Massages increase the secretion of sebum (oil) and perspiration which opens the follicles. In addition, massage softens the impactions of waste products, dirt, grease, and other impurities which makes extraction easier
  • Softens skin, tones muscles, and slows aging of skin. Helps reduce excess fluid in the tissues and reduces puffy or sagging areas
  • Strengthens, nourishes as well as tones muscle fiber
  • Soothe and rest the nerves
  • Relieves muscle tension and headaches. Loosens and helps remove dead skin cells and other debris, revealing healthier skin underneath. Increases elasticity and skin tone. Improves cell metabolism and skin texture. Increases moisture which helps skin retain a youthful look

Mental Level of Benefits:

  • Relaxed state of alertness
  • Reduced mental stress
  • Calmer mindIncreased capacity for clearer thinking. Induces sense of well-being