Anti-Aging Facials

Oxygen RX Facial

What is Oxygen RX?
Oxygen RX is a treatment that applies oxygen topically to the skin. Oxygen is not only needed for respiration but also to help in renewing and rebuilding skin cells including collagen and blood vessel repair. The Oxygen RX Facial boosts this process and nourishes to skin cells.

When is Oxygen RX recommended?
For all skin types, aging, rosacea and acne.

How often should the treatment be performed?
Once every 3 weeks for a series of 3 to 4 treatments.

Is there any down time?
No, the procedure is easy and pleasant, leaving clear, luminous skin with a feeling of firmness.

 

The SWICH Facial™

Is SWiCH™ safe?
Yes, SWiCH™ is a leave on system. The active ingredients remain on the skin, repairing and restoring. Repeated treatments can be performed at monthly intervals with out the risk of over treatment.

Does this treatment cause peeling?
While a mild burning sensation may be experienced, there should be little or no peeling. Any redness will subside after a couple of hours. It is important to keep the skin well hydrated post treatment and wear sunblock.

How often is the treatment performed?
Every 4 to 6 weeks. Best results are achieved with a series of 7 to 10 sessions or as recommended by your skin specialist.

Is there any down time?
There is no down time with this treatment. Make up can be applied the day after treatment.

Who should not use SWiCH™?
Ask your skin care professional if SWiCH is right for you. SWiCH should not be used by anyone who is pregnant, nursing or allergic to aspirin.

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Cosmedic Peels

What are cosmedic or "chemical" peels?
Our chemical peels combine professionally formulated solutions consisting of lactic , salicylic and resorcinol acids. The process treats a wide range of skin conditions including pre-mature aging, sun damage, broken capillaries, hyper-pigmentation and acne. The outer layer of the dead skin cell build up is removed leaving you with new, luminous, healthier skin.

Will I experience instant peeling?
Peeling usually begins 2 days after the treatment, with most of the peeling occurring in the central part of the face.

Who should not use chemical peels?
Ask your skin care professional if a chemical peel is right for you. Chemical peels should not be used by anyone who is pregnant, hypersensitive, has used Accutane in the past year or has herpetic breakouts and/or open wounds.

Is there any down time?
No, most peels can be performed during lunch time, leaving only a mild redness, glow and firmness behind.

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