Sugaring (Hair removal) Prices vary from $12-$75
When it comes to getting rid of unwanted hair on your body, shaving and waxing are probably the first two treatments that come to mind. They’re both less expensive and less painful compared to laser hair removal. But there is another possibility that’s a way sweeter deal — literally.
Sugaring is a hair removal treatment that has been practiced for centuries throughout Northern Africa, Greece and the Middle East.
A gel made from sugar, lemon, water, and Guar Gum is used to remove hair by the roots. It is by far one of the most gentle and ancient techniques that is a natural alternative to lasers, and one that lasts longer than traditional waxing.
The sugar gel is applied in the opposite direction of hair growth, and is removed with the natural direction of hair growth. This technique ensures the hair is removed by the root, limiting discomfort, irritation, broken hairs, and ingrown hairs. Sugaring gel should never be hot, and it doesn't contain any harmful chemicals or resins. So rather than a hot wax that adheres to your skin, sugar binds to your hair and pulls ONLY the hair.
Sugaring is suitable for removing fine hair all over the body. It is especially great for individuals with sensitive skin, as it’s less likely to cause irritation.
Customized Facial Treatments (Gentle, Natural, Focused)
Pumpkin & Fruit Enzyme Mini-Facial (45 min)
Essential for healthy skin maintenance! Enzymes penetrate the skin to help cleanse pores and improve skin tone and texture. Natural enzyme peels are gaining in popularity because they are safe for all skin types, do not wound the skin--as a harsher chemical peel would--they’re inexpensive, and they don’t cause profound redness, causing you to hide out at home for days. This facial includes cleansing, enzyme mask, extractions (if needed), and a neck and shoulder massage. Expect some post-peel dryness, but it's very minimal.
Acne/Inflammation Treatment (60 min)
This double-duty-treatment is safe for skin with inflammatory conditions like acne, rosacea, milia, acne scarring, and also oily skin. This treatment can brighten the skin, and can be an excellent anti-aging remedy for people with SENSITIVE skin. This facial includes cleansing, a gentle double-layer peel, extractions (if needed), and a neck and shoulder massage. Expect some post-peel dryness, but it's very minimal.
Anti-Aging Treatment (60 min)
Fine lines, dryness? Skin feeling a bit sad and saggy? This double layer process will kickstart your skin's collagen, hyaluronic acid, and fibronectin producing factors using lactic acid, RETINOL, gentle acids, and fruit enzymes - thus visibly reducing the signs of aging. This facial includes cleansing, enzyme mask, extractions (if needed), a neck and shoulder massage, and a leave-on retinol treatment. The retinol product will promote cell-turnover, which means you should expect some peeling.
Vitamin C: Vitality Treatment (60 min)
Sun damaged skin, dullness, or hyper-pigmentation? This will bring your skin back to life. Instant balance and brightness using alpha hydroxy acids, vitamin C, and billberry. This facial includes cleansing, a specialized double-layer skin treatment, extractions (if needed), and a neck and shoulder massage. Expect some post-peel dryness, but it's very minimal.
7% to 25% TCA MasterPeel
The 25% TCA is the strongest peel that we carry, and has a 1 week downtime. Your skin will go through a shedding process where it could look blotchy, and leathery in some spots. Don't worry, we want this. Your skin is preparing itself to shed and reveal a youthful, brighter complexion. This peel is not recommended for beginners due to the aftercare regime. If you are not willing to use sunscreen, this treatment is not for you.
Ultra-Nourishing Facial (60 min)
Unwind, and relax with this ultra soothing facial that includes micro-exfoliation, hydration mask, extractions, face/shoulder/hand massage, and plenty of moisture to combat this dry climate. Choose from a variety of delicious aromatherapy scents like lavender, cinnamon and clove, Brazilian orange, lemon grass, or peppermint leaf.