Skin Care Services Offered


Hydrodermabrasion Facial

Known as the “celebrity facial,” hydrodermabrasion is the latest and greatest way to remove dead cells from the skin to eliminate dark spots and hyperpigmentation. With less pain and irritation than the traditional diamond-tipped treatment, this new technology uses water and oxygen to effortlessly exfoliate the skin.

Hydrafacial is more lenient on the skin during the exfoliation process. The shedding of dead skin cells is gentler and much more pleasant than microdermabrasion. ... Hydrafacial is the best solution for plump and firm skin with less downtime and long-term results you can see and feel instantly. 

CBD Skinsation Facials

Induldge in our relaxing CBD Skinsations Facial package which includes:

  • Exfoliating the skin
  • Hydrating the skin
  • Rejuvenate the skin

CBD oil is being marketed in skin care products for everything from acne to wrinkles. But is any benefit possible, or is it just marketing hype? These are the CBD facts you need to know

What Is CBD Oil?

CBD (also known as cannabidiol) is the non-intoxicating component of marijuana or hemp plants. CBD is extracted as a powder, and is typically mixed with an oil like olive, hemp, or coconut, all of which enhance application and effectiveness, hence the name “CBD oil”.

CBD oil in skin care won’t get you high because it doesn’t have the mind-altering properties of marijuana’s tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content. It’s extracted from the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant, whose THC content is exceptionally low (often so low it cannot be detected by testing equipment).

It is also important to know that CBD oil is not the same thing as hemp seed oil, which is another great ingredient for skin. The two are often marketed interchangeably, but CBD oil is richly concentrated in cannabidiol, whereas hemp seed oil only contains trace amounts of cannabidiol, if any.

For products claiming to contain CBD, the FDA-regulated name that should be on the ingredient label is cannabidiol (this regulated labeling is called the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients—INCI). All other alternative names on ingredient labels, such as CBD-enriched hemp seed oil may or may not mean the product actually contains cannabidiol. Regardless, to be 100% certain you can always ask the company for their product’s specification, which is called an assay.

CBD for Acne-Prone Skin

Research has firmly established that acne is an inflammatory condition. Although multiple factors trigger acne, we know that anything you apply to skin that can reduce inflammation is likely to visibly reduce breakouts, especially acne-related redness.

Numerous studies have shown that CBD oil has anti-inflammatory benefits when applied to skin. This makes CBD a suitable ingredient for acne-prone skin, while its calming benefits help reactive skin look and feel better.

Research also shows that CBD has the potential to decrease excess sebum (oil) production, possibly due to its balancing effect on the quality of skin’s oil.

Despite such encouraging news, most scientists studying CBD agree that more conclusive, scientific studies are needed to confirm these initial results.

CBD Oil for Wrinkles and Anti-Aging

Because it comes from a plant, it’s not surprising that CBD oil also has antioxidant properties. The antioxidants in CBD are one way topical use helps lessen the visible signs of aging. By counteracting free-radical damage and reducing the look of inflammation, CBD anti-aging creams visibly diminish issues like wrinkles, skin dullness, and ruddy skin tone.

Of course, there are plenty of other antioxidants out there that can make the same claims so CBD isn’t the only or “best” antioxidant to seek out; rather, it’s just one of many to consider, and the more of these ingredients you give to skin, the better.

CBD Oil for Sensitive Skin

Another benefit of CBD oil is that it has been found to have significant soothing properties. Its substantial skin-calming and skin-normalizing effects can help minimize issues related to skin sensitivity, including redness and reactivity. Since all skin types are affected daily by environmental stressors, CBD’s soothing mechanism can help keep everyone’s skin in check. 

Mensation Facial & Beard Treatment

3 Reasons Men Need Facials Too:


1) Men Produce More Oil
Testosterone is both a blessing and a curse, and when it comes to skin, thanks to our testosterone levels, men will produce more oil. In general, when not properly cleaned, oil will lead to clogged pores, blackheads, and finally pimples. Working with a professional for facials will not only help improve your skin’s health, but a professional will also identify your skin type and the best care for it.

2) Sun Damaged Skin
When asking our clients how often they wear sunscreen, the most common answers are “usually during the summer” or “if I’m going in the pool.” Do you know how often you should apply sunscreen? Every. Single. Day. Men are far less likely to wear sunscreen than women, and their skin pays for it. A facial can repair some of this damage by replenishing collagen, giving your face a more youthful look.

3) A Smoother Shave
It’s no secret: dragging a razor blade across your face irritates your skin, or what is better known as razor burn. Razor burn can cause inflammation and little red bumps, which is exactly what you don’t want if you’re looking for a close shave. A facial will help exfoliate and moisturize skin getting rid of those bumps and healing that red irritated skin. You will be left with smooth, clear skin that won’t be agitated by your next shave.

Teen Cleanse

Teen facials both boys and girls, typically begin with a deep cleansing, followed by gentle extractions. A healing mask will then help to re-hydrate dry, flaky skin, or eliminate oily particles.

Glycolic Peel

This moderately aggressive treatment drastically improves the overall appearance of skins texture, fine lines, and clarity. This treatment is recommended for all skin types. This peel is aggressive yet causes little to no irritation. 

Cosmeceuticals are then applied to supplement the skin and to assist in correcting specific conditions such as acne, pigmentation and fine lines. 


Radiofrequescy (RF) Wrinkle Treatment

RF Radio Frequency(RF) technology is an innovative proprietary approach that

maximizes the benefits of RF technology is simple to use yet extremely efficient and powerful,In fact it is so effective that its

results on skin tightening and cellulite reduction are visible right from the first treatment.


1.Facial care to maintain skin smooth & refreshed.

a) Wrinkles removal (eyelid area, lips, forehead and other area);

b) Acne and acne scars removal;

c) Face lifting, enhances skin elasticity, and relaxes frozen muscles;

d) Prevent hair loss, promote hair growth and help with oily scalp.

2.Abdomen/ obesity care for a beauty body.

a) Reducing fat tissue and tightening loose skin;

b) Promotion of blood circulation, relaxing frozen muscles (such as shoulder and back);

c) Adjusting the chest so that it becomes elastic and balanced.

3.Care for Aches from chronic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lumbago aches, frozen shoulder, body chills, etc


Face lifting.

Skin lifting around eyes.

Tighten neck skin.

Improve drooping and slack nose wrinkle.

Firm forehead skin and lessen wrinkle.

Lift and tighten breasts.

Tighten and sculpture the back.

Tighten and sculpture the waist.

Sculpture the buttocks and legs.

Tender skin of hands.

LED Photon 7 Light Therapy Mask

LED Light Therapy for Anti-Aging and Acne. LED light therapy is a painless, relaxing, non-invasive skin-care treatment that has multiple benefits—particularly stimulating collagen and treating mild to moderate acne. 

Foot Detox

Foot Detox works by pulling the toxins out of your body through your feet. It's a safe and relaxing way to clear out the body, 

Parafin Dip

A treatment for the symptoms of joint and muscle conditions, such as arthritis, that involves applying melted mineral wax derived from petroleum to a body area. Paraffin dips can be especially helpful in relieving the pain and stiffness of arthritis involving the small joints of the hands. 

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Microneedling with PRP (platelet rich plasma), also known as Collagen Induction Therapy is ideal for the treatment of acne scars, surgical scars, stretch marks, wrinkles and fine lines, hyperpigmentation, lax skin, sun damaged, large pores, and uneven skin texture. It can be performed either on the face or body, and is suitable for all skin types and colors. 

How Microneedling with PRP Works

This therapy is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatment with quick recovery time, and is designed to stimulate the body’s natural collagen production. The treatment actually involves the use of two procedures, micro-needling and PRP (platelet rich plasma) done consecutively. 


PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)


The first procedure is called Micro-Needling. A small hand held, automatic device that contains tiny micro-needles is passed over the skin creating tiny micro-wounds, or channels, on the skin. During the body’s natural wound-healing process of these channels, collagen and elastin are automatically produced. 

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Micro-Needling before and after

The second procedure is called PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). Platelet Rich Plasma is produced from an individual’s own blood. After a blood sample is obtained from a patient, the blood is put into a centrifuge, which is a tool that separates the PRP from the blood. The blood is spun for approximately 15 minutes.

PRP contains highly concentrated amounts of natural growth factors and other cytokines that promote the regeneration process of soft tissues. The PRP is applied directly to the channels that were created from the micro-needling to further stimulate the natural healing process and creation of collagen.


The process

The process


After the treatment, your skin will be slightly pink and feel slightly sunburned. For most people, your skin will completely recover in 24-72 hours. Your body’s collagen production usually takes about 4-8 weeks, so you will continue to see improvements over this time. 

The process

The process

The process


  • Initial Consultation
  • Procedure Time: Approximately 60 Minutes
  • Sessions Required for Optimal Results: 3+ (4 Weeks Apart)
  • Recovery Time: No Downtime – Slightly Pink Skin for 24-72 Hours



Does micro-Needling Hurt?

A topical numbing cream is use, so there is minimal discomfort. Some patients have described it to the feeling of a dry brush on the skin. 


 One syringe is enough to do a full face. 

How Long Before I See Results

You will continue to see improvements in your skin as your body’s natural repair process creates more collagen. Most patients see noticeable results after 4-8 weeks. 

How Often Can I Have This Done?

You need to wait 4 weeks between each session. We recommend a treatment course of 3 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart.