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  • Why should I see an esthetician?
    Esthetics is the application of various treatments to the skin, to maintain its health and vitality. Estheticians are trained in skin wellness, helping their clients balance oil and moisture content and achieve a healthy, youthful complexion. As well as various facial treatments (described in more detail below), they commonly also perform body treatments such as salt or sugar scrubs, moisturizing or slenderizing body wraps, hair removal techniques such as waxing or threading, and hand/foot treatments to rejuvenate the skin. A variety of treatments and products are used to protect skin from environmental hazards and combat fine lines, Nwrinkles, and a dull, uneven skin tone. Estheticians are also skilled in managing conditions such as acne, rosacea, eczema, and dry skin, to name just a few. And finally, skin care treatments are wonderfully relaxing and rejuvenating. If smooth, healthy skin is your goal, visiting a skin care professional can benefit you.
  • What's the difference between dermatology, cosmetology, and esthetics?"
    Dermatology is a branch of the medical profession, practiced by licensed physicians who specialize in disorders of the skin. Esthetic practice specifically excludes diagnosis, prescription, or any other service, procedure, or therapy that requires a medical license. If you're being treated by a dermatologist, your esthetician can provide complementary and support therapies. In addition, estheticians are trained to recognize early signs of many medical conditions affecting the skin, and will refer you to a dermatologist in such a case. Cosmetology is the study of beauty treatments including nail care, hair care and styling, makeup application, skin care and more. Esthetics is one branch of cosmetology; some estheticians work in other branches of cosmetology in addition to their skin care practice.
  • 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.
  • How often should I have a facial?
    We recommend a facial every 4-6 weeks, by means of this frequency 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.
  • What's the best way to prolong my facial?
    Your skin is an investment. You’re going to wear it for the rest of your life. We recommend being diligent with your at home skin regimen like cleansing, exfoliating, moisturizing and protecting. 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, micro-dermabrasion along with home care programs that will help lighten your pigmentation.
  • 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.
  • How long do eyelash extensions last?
    Most eyelash extension adhesives have a bond time of anywhere from 4-8 weeks. However, they will only last as long as your natural lash does. Like all hair on the human body, your eyelashes grow in stages. It is normal to lose 1-4 natural lashes per day which is why a fill is recommended every 2-4 weeks.
  • How do I care for my lash extensions?
    1. Do not get the lashes wet for the first 24-48 hours including 2. Brush your lashes straight as needed, but never when they are wet! 3. No oil based products 4. Do not touch, play with, or pick at your Lashes! 5. Do not use lash curler on them.
  • Can I wear eye makeup with my lash extensions?
    YES! Although we don’t recommend wearing any mascara that isn’t extension safe or oil based products, as it will shorten the life of your lash extensions.
  • Will lash extensions damage my natural lashes?
    No! When applied properly, with perfect isolation and weight eyelash extensions will not harm your natural lashes. Our estheticians are trained and experienced, so the most important thing to them is the integrity of your natural lash. During your initial consultation they will evaluate your natural lashes to ensure you get the lashes that work best for your natural lashes so that you will never have damage or breakage.
  • I’ve never been waxed before. How is it done?
    Waxing is the most common method of hair removal in spas today. Hair on any part of the body or face can be waxed. Warm wax is applied to the area and then removed, bringing the hair with it. There are two types of wax: hard and soft. Hard wax, which is easier on delicate skin, is often used on the face, underarms, and bikini area. Soft wax is used on the legs, arms, back, and chest.
  • How long should the hair be before I get waxed?
    In general, hair needs to be about ¼” long for wax to be able to grab onto it. If it’s not long enough, then our estheticians may not be able to remove it.
  • Won't the hair grow back thicker and darker?
    This is not possible; it’s an old wives tale. Over time with frequent waxing, hair regrowth weakens and comes in finer and thinner, but frequency and diligence is required to achieve results. If hair darkens and grows in thicker, it’s a function of hormones, not waxing.
  • When Not to Wax?
    If you recently got a sunless spray tan. Waxing can strip the skin of the sunless color. Clients using Retin-A, Renova, Accutane, or any skin exfoliating products such AHA’s and BHA’s Vascular problems such as, varicose veins. Open wounds, infection, inflammation, hypersensitivity.
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