Microdermabrasion Diamond-Tip Peel
A non-invasive resurfacing treatment that removes the outermost layers of dead, dry skin cells. A manual exfoliation meant to refine pores, reduce acne scarring and revive dull thickened skin. Stimulates blood flow, oxygenation and the production of collagen and elastin, Provides cleansing and balancing benefits while polishing and buffing, thus producing a healthier appearance to the skin. A series of 6 – 8 treatments is recommended for optimal benefits and results.
With age, muscles lose ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) which is the energy supply of the skin cells and muscles. Skin starts to fall and sag as muscles atrophy. This treatment uses low levels of safe, painless electrical impulses that help overly-tightened muscles relax and under-worked muscles regain strength. The microcurrent facial re-educates the facial muscles while improving circulation, thus promoting hydration, increasing cellular function, stimulating collagen production, improving tone and texture and improving or eliminating fine lines. Microcurrent Facials are often referred to as “non-surgical facelifts” !
This treatment can be done to get quick, but temporary, lifting results for that special occasion. However, Myolift facial toning is a cumulative and progressive treatment and, therefore, for lasting results, recommended as a series followed by maintenance treatments. The number of sessions in a series is specific to each client.
NOTE: Microcurrent is contraindicated for people with any surgical implants in the facial area, cardiac pacemakers, implanted defibrillators or stimulators or with any implanted devices, pregnancy, epilepsy or seizure disorders, recent facial surgery, open/infected/inflamed skin or skin that lacks normal sensation.
Single session $125 Series of six $675
This treatment is similar to but less “invasive” than microneedling (CIT). The photon (LED) pen contains a small pad consisting of microscopic silicone “needles”. The LED increases the effectiveness of topically applied serums without downtime or pain. Various serums are available for the treatment of multiple skin conditions. Benefits include hydration & plumping, toning, tightening & firming, brightening and anti-bacterial pH balancing. This treatment is suitable for all skin types and colors. Treatment can be repeated every 4 – 6 weeks.
Single Treatment $175
Series of three $465
Collagen Induction (Microneedling) Therapy
Collagen Induction Therapy/CIT (microneedling) is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that increases hydration, improves skin texture & tone, and reduces the appearance of sun damage, scarring, fine lines and loss of elasticity. After numbing the skin, a needling pen, with medical-grade needles, creates fine holes (micro wounds) in the skin. These micro-injuries promote the skin’s own healing mechanisms to stimulate collagen and elastin fibers . Photon microneedling combines conventional microneedling with the added benefits of LED light therapy. Photon therapy stimulates the biological activity of the skin at a cellular level, increasing product penetration and further enhancing collagen formation. This rejuvenating treatment will leave the skin revitalized and younger looking.
Microneedlimg, performed by trained practitioner is safe for all skin types & colors and effectively treats many skin conditions – without the potential side effects and downtime of lasers and cosmetic surgery.
Though many clients see improvement after their first appointment, multiple procedures are necessary to achieve full results, typically every 4 – 6 weeks. The number of treatments depends upon the clients condition and goals. One or two “refresher” treatments are recommended every year.
Contraindications: Microneedling is not recommended while pregnant/breastfeeding. Clients with open wounds/abrasions, current skin infections or herpes simplex in the treatment area should delay treatment. Anyone who has received radiation therapy to the skin, within the last 12 months, is also not a candidate for treatment. Finally, individuals with a history of healing poorly or developing hypertrophic or keloid scarring should not undergo a micronneedling procedure.