Advanced Specialty Facials

05 Aug 2014
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Advanced Specialty Facials are designed to progressively enhance treatment results by using a variety of resurfacing chemicals, enzymes, specialty masques and/or microdermabrasion. They are tailored to your specific skin care needs determined by a detailed skin analysis and consultation. 75-90 minutes – $95 / Series of 3 – $230 / Series of 6 – $435 Chemical Peels Chemical peels can either be gentle to give your skin a healthy, “just refreshed” look, or can be aggressive, taking years off of your appearance. Just like other cosmetic procedures, there is a wide range of varying chemicals used and techniques that can be used depending on your particular need. Chemical peels and retinoid products are used.

What is a Detoxifying Circulation Massage?

31 Jul 2014
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Our Detoxifying Circulation massage is designed to assist you in your detoxification and wellness journey. Massage is very beneficial in the treatment of toxicity. It helps to relieve toxic symptoms such as headaches, muscle soreness and fatigue. Massage improves circulation by pushing lymph and blood back toward the heart, where it can be pumped and filtered by the body. It is also utilized to enhance the venous return, which is essential for the removal of toxins. Our therapists use light pressure to push the blood and lymph through the skin. This massage is very relaxing, and is a perfect addition to our M’Lis Cleansing program, Ionic Foot Detoxifying Soak, or a body wrap. Classic Detoxifying.

How Permanent is Permanent?

17 Jul 2014
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Permanent Cosmetics is considered permanent because once the pigment is implanted into the dermal layer of the skin it cannot be washed off like traditional cosmetics. However, fading can and will occur. When the color is freshly applied it should always look “too dark”. After the healing process is complete there will be an obvious loss of color. After the initial application of color, a follow up procedure may be necessary to achieve the correct level of color saturation. Generally after the initial application and follow up of Permanent Make Up are complete, the longevity of pigment in the skin is 3 to 5 years.  The pigment we use will fade over time.