Chemical Peel—An exfoliation process usually used to minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
Exfoliation—Removal of dead skin cells, manually or using chemical peels.
Extraction—Proper pore cleansing, the removal of blackheads, whiteheads, and blocked pores.
Facials—After analysis, cleansing, and preparation, a mask is applied to the face. Therapeutic ingredients vary based on skin type.
Microdermabrasion—A technique utilizing a machine to exfoliate the uppermost layers of the skin. Used to treat hyperpigmentation and uneven
surface texture. Some states require that estheticians who perform microdermabrasion meet certain requirements, be supervised by a physician, or that the technique is performed only by a physician.
Waxing—Hair-removal technique. Warm wax is
applied to the skin, allowed to cool, then removed.