After Care:

Microderm/Chemical Peel/Facial After Care

Apply AHA or Retin A treatment at least 2x per week.

Follow the regimen prescribed by your esthetician (noted on reverse side)

It is recommended to come in every 6-8 weeks to maintain your skin.

Do not use any over-the-counter (non-salon, professional products) for 10 days. Always wear a sun block even if you do not normally burn.

Sun exposure can pigment your skin. Avoid sun for 10 days.

Do not use the tanning bed while you are getting Microderm/Chemical Peel treatments

Do not pick any skin that is peeling or any breakouts. This could cause scarring.

 All skin treatments are recommended once every 3 weeks for a series of 3-6 treatments.

 Lash Extensions

For the first 48 hours after application the lashes should not exposed to water or steam in an effort to render the strongest possible bond. We recommend avoiding swimming and the use of hot tubs for 48 hours after lash application for best results.

Be gentle with your eyelashes. Do not pull on the extensions or rub the eyes excessively.

Avoid the use of all oil-based products on or around the eyelashes and do not use any waterproof mascaras.

You can apply Protective Coating once or twice per week to preserve the look, the bonds and extend the life of the lash extensions.

We recommend getting a lash touch up every two to four weeks to maintain maximum fullness of your lash extensions.

Maintaining Hair Extensions

WASHING: Do not wash your hair for at least 48 hours after the extensions are fitted. This allows time for the glue to properly set. You should wash your hair as little as possible, once or twice a week is best as the less stress put on the extensions the better, and the less drying through heat the better. Always use a hair extension shampoo to avoid softening the bonds. You can use conditioner on the hair but do not put any conditioner on the bonds. Do not rub or twist the hair when drying as this can cause it to tangle. Always gently pat or blot wet hair with a towel to dry. Remember to always dry the bonds thoroughly.

BRUSHING: When brushing extensions it is best to use a hair extension brush as this will cause minimal damage to your extensions. A hard brush can often pull hair out. Do not use brushes with balls on the end of the bristles as these will rip and tear at the extensions.

STYLING:The hair can be straightened, curled, cut, and blow-dried. When straightening, avoid straightening over the bonds. Hair can also be cut and styled but when cutting please take into consideration where the bonds are so you do not get the hair cut in a way that will expose the bonds. You can dye hair but complete a strand test first as different hair types dye differently.

DAMAGE: As long as extensions are properly maintained and properly removed they will cause little or no damage to your own hair. Picking and rough brushing causes the most damage.

MAINTENANCE:It is recommended that you have a regular maintenance appointment every 4-6 weeks to properly maintain the bonds.

REMOVAL:If you choose to have your extensions removed make sure to have this done by a professional to ensure that the correct remover is used for your type of hair extensions.

SLEEPING: We recommend you tie your hair in a loose ponytail to prevent tangling while sleeping.

EXERCISE AND LIFESTYLE:Extensions suit most lifestyles, however be mindful in the following circumstances that may affect the lifespan of your bonds: Regular swimming, Sauna or Steam Room use and Excessive Aerobic Activity. After these activities use diluted PH solution to restore your hair and scalp to it's natural pH balance.

Massage Therapy After Care

After your medical body treatment drink about 40 oz. of water (about 5 glasses). Take it easy and practice any stretches that your therapist may have given you.

Continue to stretch and watch posture in between your treatments. Book a treatment before the problem returns. The longer you wait the more difficult it will be for your therapist to release any tension.

Use Emu Oil daily to hydrate the skin, relieve muscle pain and spasms, and sore muscles.

If you are a smoker please try to refrain from smoking for at least 2 hours after the massage session.

Benefits of Regular Massage:

Increased Relaxation

Increased Circulation

Decrease in amount of tension held within the muscles

Decreases the risk of muscular injury, flare ups and muscle spasms

Increased flexibility and range of motion

Each massage can help boost your immune system

 Gel/Acrylic Nail After Care

Do not lapse between appointments. Nails should be balanced bi-weekly to prevent lifting. If you lapse in appointments, you will be charged for any repairs and/or broken nails that might occur.

Do not pick your nails or cuticle area; this will severely damage the nail.

Do not exceed more than two polish changes in a bi-weekly period.

Do not file your gels or acrylics in between visits.

Do not submerge your gels or acrylics in water for long periods of times.

Do not get gels /acrylics wet for 24 hours

An oil-based nail care product is required to reduce lifting and risk of bacterial infections.

Natural Nail After Care

Apply Top Coat 2x per week to maintain professional polish application. This will guarantee the polish to last 2 weeks.

Apply Cuticle oil to cuticles 3-4 times per week.

If needed apply nail protein to nails 2 times per week (technician will determine if this is necessary.)

For pedicures, buff calluses every day with paddle.

Maintain manicures/pedicures every 4-6 weeks.

Use a crystal nail file as needed in between spa visits.

Maintain manicures/pedicures every 2 weeks for 6 visits and 4-6 thereafter.