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Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy2022-06-30T17:25:01-06:00

Your appointment is very important to me and it is reserved especially for you. I understand that sometimes schedule adjustments are necessary; therefore, I respectfully request at least 24 hours notice for cancellation or to reschedule your appointment.

Please understand that when you forget or cancel your appointment without 24 hours notice, I miss an opportunity to fill that time slot with another client and, depending on the service, I may have lost a significant amount of time preparing for your appointment.

Less than 24 hours notice or “no shows” will be charged the full amount of the service booked.

Appointments missed due to an emergency will be considered on an individual basis. Please reach out to me if you feel a refund or reschedule without penalty is warranted.

It is mutually understood that if a cancellation is due to circumstances beyond our control, such as power outage, unfortunate incidence, health emergency or weather, that requires either of us to have to cancel or my office to be closed during my regular hours, we will reschedule your existing appointment and no charges will apply.



Payment in advance is required to schedule an appointment.

I currently accept PayPal.


I am open for Esthetics appointments:

Wednesday   11a – 6p

Thursday  11a-6p

Friday  11a – 4p

Please check the calendar during the booking process for available appointment times.



Please arrive on time. There are benches for you to wait in the courtyard until I am ready for you.

We will do a brief consultation before beginning your treatment.  The initial skin and health screening will be a little longer, but we will discuss any changes to your skin and health history each and every time you visit.

Clients who are pregnant, suffering high blood pressure, heart conditions, allergies, or any other medical conditions, are advised to consult with their physician before booking any services.

Please make me aware of any/all medical conditions that may be worsened by Esthetic Services, including, but not limited to:  Use of Accutane in the last year,  Diagnosis of Psoriasis, Eczema or Rosacea, Autoimmune Disease, Recent chemical peels or use of Retinol, AHA or Glycolic Acid, Skin Cancer, Oral blood thinner medications, Uncontrolled diabetes, allergies, photosensitive disorders or medication induced photosensitivity.

Please bring a bikini or extra pair of unders to wear during all body treatments to ensure your modesty and comfort.

I reserve the right to refuse service to anyone if I feel my health or safety, or that of the client’s, is in jeopardy.

If you must miss or reschedule an appointment, please refer to my cancellation and rescheduling policy.


What is LED Light Therapy?2022-06-20T03:44:51-06:00

LED Light Therapy is a painless, relaxing treatment that plumps up aging skin by boosting collagen production. First developed by NASA, LED works by sending energy-producing packets of light into the deeper layers of the skin. These light rays jumpstart internal processes like circulation, collagen production and help to decrease inflammation in the face and body. The machine I use is a medical grade red LED light that is much more powerful than the LED lights available for home use and is completely safe.

LED rays are wavelengths that are able to pass through tissue up to 1 inch deep. Red Light LED stimulates the fibroblasts that produce collagen, which gives young skin its plump look.

Clients should start to see improvements in their skin soon after their first treatment, but the results from cumulative sessions will be more dramatic.


Is LED Light Therapy Safe?2022-06-20T03:45:05-06:00

Overall, the American Academy of Dermatology deems this procedure safe. Since LEDs don’t contain UV rays, this is considered a safer form of light therapy that won’t cause long-term damage to your skin. The procedure is noninvasive and has few risks.

Your esthetician may recommend LED Light Therapy is you have darker or sensitive skin. Unlike more invasive procedures such as laser therapy, LEDs don’t burn your skin or target pigmentation.

However, there may still be risks associated with LED Light Therapy.  Do not use LED Light Therapy is you are using anything on your skin that makes you sensitive to sunlight. Contraindications for LED Light Therapy include:  pregnancy, epilepsy, lupus, photosensitive eczema, photo-allergy, medications that cause photosensitivity (Accutane, Retinol, Antibiotics, etc.), steroids or cortisone injections.

LED Light Therapy is painless, relaxing and noninvasive, so no recovery time is required.

What is Gua Sha?2022-06-20T03:45:33-06:00

Gua Sha is a natural alternative therapy that involves scraping your skin with a massage tool to improve your circulation. This ancient Chinese healing technique may offer a unique approach to better skin health.  In Gua Sha, an esthetician scrapes you skin with short or long strokes to stimulate microcirculation of the soft tissue, which increases blood flow. They make these strokes with a smooth edged instrument know as a Gua Sha massage tool. The esthetician applies massage oil to you skin, and then uses the tool to repeatedly scrape your skin in a downward motion.  Gua Sha is intended to address stagnant energy, called Chi, in the body that practitioners believe may be responsible for inflammation.  Inflammation is the underlying cause in many diseases and conditions. Rubbing the skin’s surface is thought to help break up this energy, reduce inflammation and promote healing.



What are Chakras and Why do They Need to be Balanced?2022-06-20T03:45:37-06:00

The word Chakra is derived from the Sanskrit word chakra, meaning “wheel”. Throughout history many cultures have known that these energy centers, or the chakra system, to be a reflection of the natural law that exists within the universe and an intertwined counterpart to our physical selves.

Chakras are energy vortexes that exist within each of us. These energy vortexes transport energy from the universe around you into your aura and body, as well as between the physical body and the layers of your aura. You can think of your chakra system as similar to a spiritual bloodstream. Much in the same way your bloodstream connects and supports your many other physical bodily systems, your chakra system connects and supports your physical self and your energy self.

There are seven major chakras in the body, as well as several minor ones. Each one is associated with specific organs and glands, physical functions and dysfunctions, and emotional, mental, and spiritual issues.

When our chakras are balanced for optimal health, our lives are in complete harmony and our health is good. If a chakra becomes blocked, we will eventually experience emotional disease. Body, mind and spirit are all connected.



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