Chemical Peel Exfoliations
Hyperpigmentation, sun & age spots, wrinkles, acne & acne scars, blotchy or uneven skin tones and skin needing
overall resurfacing all benefit from chemical peels. By combining alphahydroxy acids or betahydroxy acids topically,
they ca produce immediate rejuvination with little to no down time
Our professional exfoliating treatments are individually prescribed for each client. Lower level peels can be done as
an add on treatment to most of our facials or stand alone treatments at a higher peel percentage. Peel depth can
range from 5% TO 70%. A full clientele skin evaluation and consultation is important before beginning any of the
higher peel concentrates.
The diamond tip used in microdermabrasion allows the micro resurfacing to be done without the use of crystals.
This treatment is especially beneficial for shallow acne scars, or any other shallow skin scars. It removes ski debris
while "vacuuming" black heads and white heads. This is a excellent "mini" add on treatment for spot treating specific
Used for centuries, dermaplaning removes fine facial vellus hair. Also termed blading. Once the vellus hair is
"shaved", it never grows back thicker or darker. Darker, thinker hair is called terminal, it is found under the arms,
brows, and lower face on men. A chemical peel follows the dermaplaning, and then a series of moisturizing serums.
The results have amazing skin transformations. This procedure can be done every three weeks.
C-15 Idebenone Facial
Vitamin C is the most powerful antioxidant that neutralizes damage from UV rays. Ski Organics vitamin cocktail
combines grapefruit, Vitamin A, and a potent form of the ubiquinone antioxidant that further prevents free radical
damage. To further enhance the effects a combination of fruit acids accompany this facial. This facial is vegan
friendly, gluten and paraben free.
c-15 Idebenone Facial follows the protocols of Ski By Ann Webb
Gojl Azelaic Clarifying Facial
An aloe based exfoliator that promotes clear skin. Retinol, Salicylic and Lactic Acid blends together to provide a
gentle yet potent facial for breakout prone skin. It helps to fight hormonal skin eruptions, hyperpigmentation due to
breakouts, and stimulates cell turnover. This facial is vegan friendly, gluten and paraben free.
Gojl Azelaic Clarifying Facial follows the protocols of Skin by A Webb.
Super Berry ORAC-6000
Vitaberry, coffee, and grape seed along with squalene and fruit extracts come together to form a valuable blend of
antioxidants. To further enhance the effects, a combination of fruit acids accompany this facial. Coffee Cherry
moisture drench and Vanilla Acai polypeptide cream deliver a healthy combination of omega fats. This facial is
vegan friendly, gluten and paraben free.
Super Berry ORAC-6000 Facial follows the protocols of Skin by Ann Webb.
Any one of the facials are great additions to Dermaplaning...
Specific Skin Conditions
Sensitive skin, Rosacea, Eczema, and Psoriasis are all challenging skin conditions. They could be in part to
improper skin care or use of some topical products. Certain medications and foods can also aggravate our
complexions. Skin reactions to minor environmental exposure, sensitivity to most cosmetics, red blotchy patches
from wind, sun, or weather changes all contribute to these specific skin conditions. By eliminating certain irritants
and trying different approaches we can alleviate symptoms.
Proper skin care is essential for all of these conditions. As most products on the market contain agents that may
intensify the symptoms. The root of the cause is a important as the maintenance.
We offer a variety of advanced treatment facials for skin conditions. A full client skin evaluation and consultation is
important before beginning any treatments. You may be asked to keep a journal or notes when flare ups occur.
Your current products may also need to be evaluated.
Skin Conditions and Acne
Acne is a skin condition. It effects most of us at some time in our lives. It can be painful emotionally and physically.
It is a great challenge when dealing with an acne condition, as flare ups often come at the most inconvenient times.
Some of the factors associated with acne is stress, hormones, environment, food, facial products, medications, and
heredity. In addition to the immediate impact acne has on the appearance it too can produce scarring.
Today there are may choices when choosing a remedy for acne. Some treatments require trial and error, as each
skin is different. Proven methods may work for some but not for all. Acne effects dry skin and oily skin as well as
combination skin. Treatments includes peels, deep exfoliations, microdermabrasions, home care, high frequency,
masks, and other professionals procedures.
We know how confusing combating acne can be. By working together both in the treatment room and at home, we
will find a remedy for you. You may be asked to keep a journal or notes when flare ups occur. Your current
products may also need to be evaluated.