New Treatment of 2016? Ultrasonic Facial!

 

We are a month into the new year, and I have decided on the new treatment for 2016! This treatment combines two of my fun skin care tools, the newest one being ULTRASONIC, which is to be said the next generation of microdermabrasion!

Ultrasonic is a spatula like tool that on damp skin has a gentle vibration feeling, with 28,000 pulses per second. This offers a soft peeling of the skin and ablation or retexturizing results with safe and gentle use. It also helps to loosen blackheads to make for more gentle extractions!

 

This tool includes multiple settings, the second one being an intense micro-massage to heat the skin tissue, stimulating blood flow. This position of the spatula helps the penetration of skin care products into the deeper levels of skin tissue, again accelerating blood circulation and the strengthening of the skin tissue metabolism resulting in reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

 

My new treatment is a "FRESHEN UP FACIAL"! With the use of cutting edge esthetic equipment, in about 30 minutes you'll leave feeling fresh and vibrant! Through effective yet gentle exfoliation using exfoliating diamond files, exfoliating peels and the ultrasonic spatula, I will reveal fresh clean skin. Then using ultrasound again we will penetrate nutrients into the skin leaving you looking vibrant and ready to make it a great day!

 

Also, the Power of 3 Peel is now available to be added to your facial! Instead of a stand alone treatment, I have been now using it in 30 or 60 minute facials with amazing results! You can swap out the peels I do in a typical facial, and replace it with the Power of 3 Peel for an additional $15.

 

I look forward to the opportunity to earn your business and give you more beautiful skin in 2016!

 

Kayla Marie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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