Before coming in for your first consultation, make sure you have filled out all the digital forms sent to you. You should arrive on time, so that the entire scheduled time can be dedicated to your skin. You should notify your esthetician of any allergies, or special accommodations you may need. You should be prepared to provide the esthetician with a list of all skincare and cosmetics you use, as well as medications you take.
Depending on the type of facial, you can generally resume facial waxing after 3 days. If you have had a more aggressive treatment like a chemical peel, you may need to wait up to two weeks. Speak to your esthetician if you have plans to get waxed and he or she will be able to advise you on how long you should wait.
Wait two weeks after your botox or filler appointment to have a facial. Facial manipulation can move the fillers around to unwanted areas, two weeks is generally enough time for botox and fillers to settle. When in doubt, talk to you doctor or nurse injector and he or she will let you know if you need to wait longer than two weeks.
For maintenance, once a month is ideal. You may need to come more often than that if you are treating a condition like acne or if you are trying to make major improvements to the appearance of your skin through Rezenerate or Chemical Peel treatments.
This depends on many factors. If you are happy with your skin, once a year may be enough for maintenance and to prevent premature aging. However, a series of 3 or more chemical peels may be necessary for the changes you desire to see in your skin. This would mean seeing the esthetician every 4 to 6 weeks until the peel series has been completed and the desired results achieved. Ask us about chemical peel packages.
Lira Clinical is a professional skincare line that can only be purchased by Skincare Professionals. To purchase, contact us and you can either pick up your products at the salon in Palm Desert, or have them shipped to you. Free shipping on purchases over $99.
If you have an allergy to aspirin, you will not be able to use any products containing salicylic acid. It is very important that you let your esthetician know about your aspirin allergy, as this will direct him or her in what products to use and retail to you, and what chemical peels will be best suited for you (if applicable).
Please be sure to let your esthetician know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Retinol products and AHAs and BHAs should be avoided when pregnant. Your esthetician can guide you into choosing products and obtaining services that are effective, yet safe for you and your baby.
Facials can be wonderful services for those undergoing or recovering from chemotherapy. The skin can become very dried out and damaged from chemo. Let your esthetician know about your treatments so they can make a safe, gentle, and hydrating treatment plan for you. You may be required to get permission from your oncologist to receive facial treatments if you are actively receiving chemotherapy.
Please reschedule if you have had a fever, cough, runny nose, or sore throat. Other reasons to reschedule include: sunburned face, rash or open lesions on the face, and active cold sores. Cold sores should be completely healed before rescheduling to avoid spreading the virus to other parts of the face. If you come in with any of these conditions, you will be rescheduled and charged the full service fee. We appreciate as much notice for canceling as possible.
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