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Skin Concerns:
Large pores/Ingrown Hair /Acne

Getting ingrown facial hair? Starting to see those stress lines? Just want a moment of peace in your hectic life? This is your sign it's time for a facial!


The Gentleman's Facial is tailored to a man’s specific skincare needs. The customized treatment includes deep cleansing, hot towels, exfoliation, relaxing head, neck & shoulder massage, customized mask, and hydrating moisturizer. This treatment helps to repair the imbalance caused by daily shaving, skin sensitivity, dullness, aging, and environmental stress. Service includes high-frequency treatment. High frequency helps to increase oxygen to the skin, improving overall texture and tone, helps minimize the look of pores, helps with fines lines and dark circles. And can improve blood circulation in the scalp to revitalize dormant hair follicles.

***Option to add a no downtime peel available!!***

Before scheduling facial please be advised that you are not a candidate if:

-Muse not have received Botox or fillers within 1 week of this appointment.

-Must not have active sunburn.

-Must stop AHA's, BHA's & Retinol 5 days before & after this service.

-Must avoid waxing of face 24 hours prior to a facial.

-Must avoid laser hair removal for 6 weeks.

-Must discontinue Accutane 12 months prior to scheduling

-Must not have a history of keloid scarring, diabetes, or any autoimmune disease.

-Must not have active herpes blisters or cold sores.

-Must avoid self-tanning 2 weeks before a facial to avoid irregular skin tone

-Must not have any other peel treatment within 14 days of this appointment.

-Must not have severe cystic acne (if you are unsure, please schedule a consultation)

-Peels: Must not have an allergy to:

  • Aspirin or sensitivity to salicylic acid (Alpha-Beta Peel)

  • Citric fruits (oranges, limes, grapefruit, lemons)

  • Cocoa, chocolate, and/or raspberry

  • Pineapplie and / or papaya

**Please be advised there may be additional contraindications once your Esthetician reviews your medication history

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