MICRODERMABRASION

AFTER APPOINTMENT

+ Avoid direct sun exposure immediately following appointment.

+ Exercise and vigorous activity should be avoided for at least 24 hours.

+ Use a sunscreen with a minimum of 30 SPF daily.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

+ Active infection of any type, such as Herpes simplex virus or flat warts.

+ Recent use of topical agents such as glycolic acids, alphahydroxy acids and Retin-A.

+ Use of Acutane within the last year

+ Family history of hypertrophic scarring or keloid formation.

+ Telangiectasia/erythema may be worsened or brought out by skin exfoliation.

+ Active acne  |  Sunburn  |  Any recent chemical peel procedure  |  Uncontrolled diabetes  |  Eczema, dermatitis  |  Skin cancer  |  Vascular lesions  |  Rosacea
Oral blood thinner medications  |  Tattoos (not effective)  |  Pregnancy

DERMAPLANE

BEFORE APPOINTMENT

+ Stop exfoliation 1 week prior to appointment.

+ Exercise and vigorous activity should be avoided for at least 24 hours.

+ Use a sunscreen with a minimum of 30 SPF daily.

AFTER APPOINTMENT

+ Avoid direct sun exposure immediately following appointment.

+ Exercise and vigorous activity should be avoided for at least 24 hours.

+ Use a sunscreen with a minimum of 30 SPF daily.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

+ Accutane; you must be off this medication for a minimum of one (1) year.

+ Autoimmune diseases (aids, HIV, lupus) | Cancer therapy (chemo, radiation) | Blood thinners | Uncontrolled diabetes | Open lesions | Active shingles | Sun, wind, chemically burned or otherwise compromised skin | Nickel allergy

CHEMICAL PEEL

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TEETH WHITENING

ABOUT OUR WHITENING LINE

+ Natural, plant & mineral based, made with no preservatives.

+ Active ingredient is a food grade (17%) hydrogen peroxide. This is the highest approved by the FDA.

+ Non-abrasive formula will not affect existing dental work - crowns, veneers will respond to whitening.

+ Little to no sensitivity, if prone to sensitivity, it is minimal and typically lasts 24 hours or less.

+ Safe ingredients, registered with FDA & Holistic Dental Association.

BEFORE APPOINTMENT

+ Brush extra gently on the day of your appointment. Do not brush immediately before your appointment.

+ Avoid brushing the gum tissue as this can cause an increase in gum irritation and sensitivity.

+ You may gently floss and rinse with mouthwash if you absolutely need but it is not recommended or necessary.

AFTER APPOINTMENT

+ Do not eat or drink for 2 hours after whitening (except water as drinking water will help with any sensitivities).

+ Do not smoke or chew tobacco for at least 2 hours.

Avoid dark colored food or beverage for at least 24 hours. No coffee, tea, soda, cool-aid, red wine, tomato sauce, red meat, dark colored vegetables, or anything with heavy color for for 24 hrs.

+ You are allowed to drink/eat water, white wine, white chicken, pork, turkey, noodles, white sauce, white cheese, potatoes, etc. after 2 hours.

+ For the next 48 hours, use a white toothpaste, do not brush gums, & avoid using a whitening or baking soda tooth paste.

+ Lasts 6 months to 1 year; optional 3 month touch up is $99.

LASH LIFT & TINT (BROW)

BEFORE APPOINTMENT

LASH LIFTS & TINTS

+ Remove contacts and keep them off for a few hours following appointment.

+ Be sure to have clean lashes prior to appointment, NO MASCARA.
+ Stop using waterproof mascara 48 hours prior to appointment. (The chemicals are extremely drying and can cause weakened lashes).

AFTER APPOINTMENT

LASH LIFTS & TINTS, BROW TINTS

+ Your eyebrows will appear darker for 24-48 hours; they will fade after that.
+ Avoid getting eyebrows wet immediately after appointment; this helps tint to settle & last longer.
+ Avoid getting lashes wet for 24 hours after appointment.
+ When cleansing the area, avoid oil based cleansers; this will help the tint last longer (Oil strips tint from lashes and eyebrows).
+ Avoid swimming, saunas, steam, and extreme heat immediately after your appointment.
+ Avoid mascara 24 hours after LASH LIFT appointment; avoid waterproof mascara altogether.
+ Be sure to comb lashes upwards every day for separation.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

+ Eye Infections/disorders | Recent Eye Surgery | Allergy to product | Very sensitive eyes | Hay fever sufferers / Watery Eyes | Conjunctivitis | Stye | Dry Eye Syndrome | Using prescribed medicated eye drops | Pregnancy – during the 1st trimester | Medication: Thyroxin (in some cases can prevent lashes from curling) | Contact Lenses – must be removed

LASH EXTENSIONS

BEFORE APPOINTMENT

+ Remove contacts prior to appointment.
+ Come with clean lashes and no eye makeup (liner or eye shadow).
+ Please be sure all mascara is removed. $5.00 charge if removal is required.
AFTER APPOINTMENT

+ Do not get lashes wet and avoid steam for 24 hours.
+ Do not exercise, use a sauna or spa, or swim for 24 hours.
+ Do not touch, pull, or rub lashes.
+ Try your best not to sleep on your face.
+ Clean and brush lashes daily with a cleanser to prevent buildup and infection.
+ If a lash has turned, use your lash wand to brush it straight.
+ Air dry lashes after getting them wet then brush middle to ends.
+ Avoid oil-based products around your eyes. (Oils break down the adhesive).
+ Do not remove lashes yourself as this can cause permanent lash loss.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

+ Eye Infections/disorders | Recent Eye Surgery | Allergy to product | Very sensitive eyes | Hay fever sufferers / Watery Eyes | Conjunctivitis | Stye | Dry Eye Syndrome | Using prescribed medicated eye drops | Pregnancy – during the 1st trimester | Medication: Thyroxin (in some cases can prevent lashes from curling) | Contact Lenses – must be removed

BEFORE WAXING

BEFORE APPOINTMENT

If you are on your menstrual cycle, your appointment will be rescheduled as your skin is more sensitive during this time.

+ Please arrive fresh & showered if you can; for your convenience wipes will be available upon arrival.
+ For bikini wax, wear underwear you do not mind getting damaged as I do not provide disposables.
+ If you are on medications such as antibiotics, Accutane, or topical creams such as Retin-A you are not compatible for waxing at this time.
+ Gently exfoliate 24 to 48 hours prior to your wax appointment.
+ You may take a mild anti-inflammatory such as Ibuprofen or Advil 30 minutes prior to your appointment.
+ Avoid tanning or sun bathing 24 hours prior to your appointment.
+ Avoid consumption of alcohol or caffeine prior to your appointment as it can make the skin more sensitive.

AFTER WAXING

AFTER APPOINTMENT

+ Avoid tanning beds for 48 hours as your skin is more prone to sun damage.

+ It is recommended you wait 24 - 48 hours for sex to give your skin time to heal and allow hair follicles to close. Added friction can irritate the already sensitive skin.

+ Avoid extreme heat and being submerged in water (saunas, spas, steam, bathes, pools, beach) for 24 to 48 hours to avoid aggravating the skin and causing infection as you are more susceptible right after a wax.

+ Do not exercise 24 to 48 hours after appointment as this will increase your chance of breaking out or causing an infection.

+ Avoid colored soaps, fragrances, lotions, and sprays as they are all known irritants.

+ Avoid wearing tight clothes; tight fitting clothes don’t allow for the area to breathe and heal.

+ Wait 48 hours and then resume your normal exfoliation schedule. 3 times a week to minimize ingrown hairs.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

CAN YOU GET WAXED?

If you are currently using any of the following prescription medications, you cannot receive a waxing service. You must discontinue use of these medications for a minimum of three (3) months prior to waxing.

The exception is Accutane; you must be off this medication treatment course a minimum of one (1) year prior to waxing.


Accutane (Acne medication) | Adapalene (Acne medication) | Alustra (Retin A)
Avage (See Tazorac - Acne medication) |  Avita (See Retin A) | Differin (Acne medication) | Isotretinoin (See Accutane) | Renova (See Retin A) | Retin A (Acne and Anti-aging medication) | Tazarac (Acne medication) | Tazarotene (See Tazorac) | Tretinoin (See Retin A) 

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