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Specialty Facials 

Relaxation and innovation come together with advanced techniques, technologies, and products to effectively support your skincare goals. No matter what your goals are, we have an innovative solution for you. Begin with a gentle foaming cleanse and enzyme exfoliation, and then combine a targeted technology or product with advanced massage techniques and an advanced targeted mask. Finally, end your treatment with the perfect finishing products that will seal in the results and support your skincare goals.


- Steam & Massage

- Advanced Technologies (BioLift™, Ultrasound, RF, Infrared, Vortex Vaccum technology)

- Advanced Techniques (Gua Sha or Acupressure)

- Advanced Products (Hydragel Masks, Hydrojelly masks, Algenate technology)

- Extractions (Upon request)

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What products do you use?

We use a robust array of products from two medical-grade skincare lines, Jan Marini Skin Research® and Skinmedica® from Allergan®.

What are Advanced Facials?

Advanced facials are comprehensive skincare treatments that go beyond basic cleansing and moisturizing. They are designed to address specific skin concerns such as acne, aging, pigmentation, or dehydration. Advanced facials often incorporate innovative technologies like microcurrent therapy, LED light therapy, ultrasound, or acid peels to deliver enhanced results. 

How often should I get a Specialty Facial?

The frequency of receiving advanced facials depends on various factors, such as your skin type, concerns, budget, and the specific treatments. It is generally recommended to get an advanced facial once every 4 to 6 weeks for optimal results. This timeframe allows your skin to fully recover and benefit from the treatment while addressing ongoing issues. 


However, if you have specific concerns like acne or hyperpigmentation, more frequent sessions may be necessary initially, followed by maintenance treatments every few weeks. It's essential to consult with a skincare professional to determine the most suitable frequency based on your individual needs and goals. 


Overdoing advanced facials can potentially irritate the skin or lead to over-treatment, so finding the right balance is key to achieving healthy, radiant skin in the long term.

Are there any skincare products I should avoid before a Specialty Facial?

Before undergoing a specialty facial treatment, it's advisable to avoid certain skincare products to ensure optimal results and minimize the risk of potential side effects. Specifically, products containing retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), and other exfoliating agents should be avoided for at least a few days before the facial. These ingredients can increase skin sensitivity and may cause irritation or adverse reactions when combined with the active components of advanced facial treatments. Additionally, it's best to avoid harsh physical exfoliants, such as scrubs or brushes, as they can aggravate the skin and compromise its barrier function. Furthermore, avoiding using products that could cause inflammation or allergic reactions, such as those containing fragrances or essential oils, is recommended. 

Can I wear makeup to my facial appointment?

For the best facial treatment, arrive with a clean face without any makeup. Makeup can act as a barrier and prevent the esthetician from analyzing your skin. If you can't remove your makeup beforehand, we can remove it for you. Wearing makeup to your facial appointment may require extra time for removal, which may shorten your treatment time.

How long does a typical facial appointment last?

Our advanced Specialty Facials last 60 to 80 minutes, depending on which facial and what technologies, acids, or specialty products are used. If you have time constraints, it is important to inform your provider before you begin your treatment. 

Are there any side effects or risks associated with facials?

Depending on the specific techniques and ingredients used, individuals may experience temporary redness, sensitivity, or irritation immediately following the facial. Some advanced facials, such as chemical peels or microdermabrasion, can cause mild flaking, peeling, or dryness as the skin undergoes the renewal process. In rare cases, more severe reactions such as blistering, scarring, or hyperpigmentation may occur, particularly if patients do not follow their recommended post-treatment care.

What is the cost of a Specialty Facial, and are there any package deals or memberships available?

The cost of a Specialty Facial for non-members ranges from $225 - $295. Currently, we do not offer any packages, but we frequently have giveaways on our social media pages. You can check it out! We also have an amazing membership program. For $100 per month, you can apply your credit towards a Specialty Facial and receive an additional discount of $45 to $75. Also, all of our Specialty Facials qualify for Allē points, from 50 - 100 points for members and non-members! 


Members receive a free dermaplane, can choose one free enhancement, and enjoy many other benefits.

What is the difference between a regular facial, a medical facial, and an advanced facial?

Facials come in different types catering to different needs, techniques, and ingredients used. Regular facials involve basic skincare maintenance using standard products. Medical facials use medical-grade products and advanced techniques to address specific concerns, while advanced facials integrate cutting-edge technologies and specialized ingredients for noticeable and long-lasting improvements.

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