Microdermabrasion treatment is a non-invasive skin resurfacing procedure that uses a minimally abrasive instrument to exfoliate or gently scrape away the top layer of dead skin cells. In doing so, microdermabrasion treatment stimulates collagen growth in the treatment area and uncovers a fresher and healthier layer of skin that looks and feels smoother.
Dermaplaning is a form of deep exfoliation, in which the aesthetician uses a surgical blade to manually scrape off any build up of dead skin cells. This procedure also removes "peach fuzz" also known as vellus hair, which can trap dirt and oil, causing break-outs and a dull tired looking complexion.
Microcurrent is a rejuvenating treatment which targets muscles to improve muscle tone, repair and balance the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve texture, heal acne, calm rosacea and improve skin discolorations. Most clients find it very relaxing and actually fall asleep during treatments. Results are cumulative and the more sessions you have, the better the results.
It is a non-invasive procedure that involves the use of a pen style handle and nano-tips instead of needles. It uses very tiny cones formed of stainless steel that do not penetrate the skin, but do help with resurfacing and product infusion. This is an alternative treatment for clients who do not want any downtime or who may be contraindicated to microneedling. It can also improve skin texture, boost hydration as well as address signs of premature skin aging. The most immediate, visible change in the skin is a hydrating glow. Brighten. Tighten. Lighten. Plump.
Stimulate, Sanitize, Heal
High-frequency facial machines function by using a glass high-frequency electrode to treat various contours of the face and body. When applied to the surface of the skin, a mild electrical current passes through the neon, or argon gas-filled glass electrode, causing it to emit a subtle glow and buzzing noise. Depending on the inert gas that the tube is filled with, the electrodes produce either a neon red/orange or violet/blue light. Traditionally, acne-prone skin is treated with violet and aging skin is treated with red, however, recent studies show that both are effective regardless of the skincare concern. During the high-frequency treatment, enriched oxygen molecules are produced that create an anti-bacterial action and a “natural” thermal tissue warming. This reaction helps your blood vessels push away toxins, while the cells in your skin are enriched with nutrients and hydrating volume. This in turn creates an increase in blood circulation and cell renewal that supports increased levels of collagen and elastin. The skin is left feeling instantly energized and noticeably softer after just one treatment.
Radio frequency devices use safe levels of low-frequency electromagnetic waves to generate heat. This heat penetrates deep into your skin’s layers. There, it stimulates new skin cell production (regeneration). The treatment also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. These proteins give skin cells more strength and flexibility. As a result, sagging skin regains its firm shape and feel.
LED therapy is a non-invasive beauty treatment that exposes your skin to light energy, which is then absorbed into the surface at various depths to stimulate reactions within the skin. This promotes cellular growth and repair and gives you a healthy, youthful glow. Depending on wavelengths and the types of light used, this treatment has a range of benefits and may treat anything from ageing skin and acne to more complex issues like rosacea.
Deep pore Cleansing, Product Delivery
A water-based exfoliating device that extracts dead skin cells and debris through the power of ultrasonic waves. These ultrasonic waves are vibrations that loosen up the dirt and dead skin that is clogging up your pores. It’s such a powerful tool that you can see oils and dead skin cells coming out as you are using it.
Gua Sha is a healing technique traditionally used in China and south east asian cultures. It uses a variety of smooth edged instruments to press-stroke in one direction along an area of skin that has been lubricated with an oil or lotion. The intention is to create a local therapeutic expression of “petechiae” that look like tiny red bumps.