1.   How often should I get a facial?

This depends on your age and what type of problems you are having with your skin.   If you are experiencing acne issues or trying to correct something like pigmentation or sagging skin you will probably need to do a series of treatments close together in order to achieve the best results.   Once the problem is corrected it is important to come in for regular maintenance.

The younger you start getting regular facials the happier you will be when you are older!  As we age our cell turnover process slows down which leads to fine lines, dull and aged looking skin.  In your mid 30’s to early 40’s is right around the time it is important for you to start getting regular facials every 4-6 weeks.  Starting regular facials at the age of 24-25 you’ll be looking 40 when your 50!

2.  Will I break out after a facial?

If your skin is congested with clogged pores and has lots of blackheads they must be removed to unclog the pore.  During this removal phase you may experience some breaking out but in time your skin will clear up and heal, producing long term results that will last.  It is important to get regular enzyme treatments in order to maintain your healthy skin.

3.    My skin is always red and seems to be very sensitive.  I’ve been told that I might have rosacea , are there any treatments for me?

Yes the Danne’ enzyme treatments are great for people that have rosacea and red, sensitive skin.   The mask is very healing and flushes out the capillary walls, which over time will reduce redness.   With regular treatments your skin will appear stronger, plumper and less reactive.

4.  What type of facial treatment is good for me?

Enzyme treatments are great for any type of skin condition and there are endless treatments for everyone!   Wrinkles and fine lines, pigmentation spots, sun damage, saggy neck, acne, cystic acne, ingrown hairs, severely dry,  rosacea or blotchy looking skin there is a customized treatment for you.  This will be determined at your initial skin consultation.


1.  How do I know which chemical peel is right for me?

I am a PCA Skin Certified Professional and have been trained in picking the safe and effective peel for you.  This education allows me to choose a treatment designed for your skin type and to customize it with your personal needs.

2.  Will a chemical peel make my skin even thinner?

No.  Having a PCA SKin peel will remove surface buildup, hydrate skin and give it a thicker appearance.  Home care is extremely important as well.  PCA Peels alternated with enzyme treatments are an amazing combo!

3.  Does getting a chemical hurt and will I have a lot of peeling?

The level of discomfort experienced depends on the treatment.  Most PCA chemical peels are gentle and create a minimal to no burning or stinging sensation.  Deep wrinkling, sun damage, or acne scars may require a deeper peel which may cause moderate stinging for a few minutes.  Deep peels are not necessary for most skin types and conditions.  Peeling is not always necessary to achieve results.  If you experience peeling is its typically finished in 3-5 days. PCA Skin peels produce beautiful and immediate results with minimal discomfort and downtime.

4.  Should people who are frequently in the sun receive peels?

Yes,  but only if they use sun protection everyday.  Sun bathing should be avoided prior to treatment,  directly following the treatment for about 4-5 days.  If pigmentation is an issue for you appropriate home care is essential and should avoid unnecessary sun exposure.


1.   How long does my hair need to be in order to get a good bikini wax?

Your hair needs to be at least a ¼ of an inch long.  I recommend waxing your bikini about every 4-6 weeks and avoid coming in right before your period.  We tend to be more sensitive during this time.

2.  Does getting a bikini wax hurt?

The first time that you wax isn’t exactly painless but the more you wax the easier and less painful it will become.  Overtime your hair will become thinner and finer.  It is also great for people that get razor burn and irritation from shaving.

3.    How often should I get me eyebrows done?

Eyebrow and most facial hair are typically ready to be waxed every 3-4 weeks.

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