Indulge your senses as you are pampered with personal treatments tailored just for your skin...
Each session leaves you revitalized and glowing.
You may also customize your facial.
Allow Lisa to choose the products suited for your skin during this 50-minute service. Deep cleansing, light exfoliating and hydrating are the basics with extractions and extra attention where needed to purify and rejuvenate your skin.
50 minutes $85*
Signature Facial boasts a double dose of exfoliation. A combined rejuvenating Peel to bring health, hydration, collagen and radiance to your skin. Lisa will consult with you on your skin conditions and individual needs then let you relax into a sublime facial. Results are strengthened, even-toned, brightened, hydrated and glowing skin. Completely customizable to what your needs and mood are.
This Facial will leave you relaxed, refreshed, radiant and a Bombshell In A Day.
*This Peel is a gentle "exfoliating serum" applied with a fan brush.
75 minutes $120*
A customized mini facial with high-quality products (cleanser, toner, soothing jelly mask, serum, and moisturizer) LED light therapy
120 minutes, $120*
Finally, a facial designed using products to specifically address the skin of a male client. Gentle cleansing and exfoliating prepare the skin for a hydrating mask and soothing facial massage. Relax and be rejuvenated in one indulgent treatment.
(Add steam, extractions, enzyme, high frequency or jelly mask accompanied by LED light therapy. Add $45*)
50-75 minutes, $75* and up
European facial: typically includes a cleanse, exfoliation, steam, extractions (optional), facial massage, mask, and moisturizer with sunblock. Everything will be selected based on your skin type and concerns. It is one of the most ubiquitous spa treatments.
Signature facial: facial unique to the spa, which often means it's themed based on location (like a luxe gold facial in Las Vegas) or incorporates products with local ingredients (such as local seaweed or clay).
Chemical peel: an acid—glycolic, lactic, salicylic, etc.—that chemically removes dead, dull skin cells
Microdermabrasion: a diamond-tipped wand (or spray of microparticles) that physically removes dead, dull skin cells
Treats: Fine lines, sagging skin, acne
What is it? Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) give off heat-free light that passes through the skin to affect its deeper layers in different ways, depending on the light’s wavelength. Aestheticians shine the different kinds of light onto the face during sessions, which typically last anywhere from a few minutes to an hour and a half.
How does it work? Red light stimulates skin cells to produce collagen and elastin, two proteins that make skin look firmer. Blue light, on the other hand, kills acne-causing bacteria to prevent future breakouts and shrink pores.
How often can you get one? For optimal results, a series of treatments spaced a few weeks apart is recommended.
Treats: Clogged pores, dull skin, blackheads, irritation
What is it? The european facial, a spa treatment staple, is the most common type of facial. It’s designed to deep-clean the skin and rid it of impurities on the surface.
How does it work? While there are variations, its components remain the same: cleansing, exfoliation, steam, extractions (typically optional), a massage, a soothing mask, and a moisturizer with sunblock.
How often can you get one? Every few weeks, since it’s recommended for simple skin upkeep rather than specialized care.
Treats: uneven pigmentation, sun damage, acne, fine lines
What is it? A chemical peel will use glycolic, lactic, or salicylic acid, or a combination, to treat skin. From most to least irritating. Glycolic acid targets fine lines, while lactic treats aging or sun spots; salicylic acid is a good choice for acne or oily skin. All peels are similar to microdermabrasion in that they remove the skin’s top layer of cells, albeit chemically rather than mechanically.
How does it work? An aesthetician brushes a solution onto the face, where it sits for up to 15 minutes before being washed off with water. The solution might cause a slight stinging sensation as it breaks apart the exposed skin layer. The end result is a clearer, more uniform skin tone.
How often can you get one? The skin might be red and somewhat flaky in the days following the procedure. However, these effects should not be severe. Peels should be spaced one to two months apart.