Frequently Asked Questions

Q) When should I start getting facials?

A) Our skin begins its aging process when we are in our twenties,so the sooner you begin getting facials of any kind, the better.

Q) What is an enzyme treatment?

A) Enzymes help to dissolve the dead skin cells on the outer most layer of the skin. Enzymes also increase cell metabolism, so new healthy skin cells can develop.

Q) What are the different chemical peels?

A) They are AHAs, Glycolic, Salicylic, Modified Jessner, and TCA (Trichloracetic acid)and Phenol. All of which go varying depths into the skin. Some of these acids have little or no down time at all, while others can put you in hiding for a week or so.

Q) What do chemical peels do?

A) They initiate the premature shedding of the outer most layer of the skin exposing the new skin from below. Chemical peels alleviate the appearance of fine lines and sun damage.

Q) What is Microdermabrasion?

A) This is a non-chemical, mechanical/physical form of exfoliating the skin by forcing a fine particulate against the skin the dead skin cells are essentially blasted off. This treatment addresses uneven pigmentation, fine lines and rough textured skin.

Q) What is an oxygen treatment?

A) An oxygen treatment nourishes and revitalizes each skin cell with 87 vitamins, minerals and real oxygen to assist in healing and maintaining healthy skin.

Q) Is permanent cosmetics a tattoo?

A) Yes, this procedure involves the piercing of the skin with a single needle or multiple needles to create a design or decoration using an iron oxide pigment.

Q) How long does permanent cosmetics last?

A) Your permanency depends on how you care for your procedure during the healing process, how deep the color was placed in the skin and whether you use sun protection or active ingredients in your everyday skin care products.