Do's and Don'ts for Facials

Do's and Don'ts for Airbrush Tanning

Do's and Don'ts for Hair Removal

     DO let your esthetician know of any facial treatments you have received in the last 30 days and if you are using any prescription medications.       DO remove all of your jewelry before your service.      DO stay out of the sun.      DO follow up with a good skin care regimen at home.       DON’T hesitate to notify your esthetician about any discomfort during your service.      DON’T use at-home peels or Retin A/Renova for at least 72 hours before or after a facial.      DON’T pick at your skin. Your esthetician extracted blackheads and pimples and might have even left a couple of blemishes behind because they weren't close enough to the surface.      DON’T schedule a massage after a facial; instead, have a massage before your facial as to not rub off any product that was just applied.

DO let your esthetician know of any facial treatments you have received in the last 30 days and if you are using any prescription medications.


DO remove all of your jewelry before your service.

DO stay out of the sun.

DO follow up with a good skin care regimen at home.


DON’T hesitate to notify your esthetician about any discomfort during your service.

DON’T use at-home peels or Retin A/Renova for at least 72 hours before or after a facial.

DON’T pick at your skin. Your esthetician extracted blackheads and pimples and might have even left a couple of blemishes behind because they weren't close enough to the surface.

DON’T schedule a massage after a facial; instead, have a massage before your facial as to not rub off any product that was just applied.

     DO  s have legs, underarms, etc. and exfoliate the skin afterwards 24 hr prior to your session.      DO remove all of your jewelry before your service.      DO avoid bar soaps and moisturizing spa-type scrubs as some may leave residue which interferes with the development of tanning solutions.      DO condition your hair before you scrub.      DO wear an old, dark swimsuit, or undergarments. (we provide disposable if needed)      DO wear dark, loose clothing, and sandals to your session. Tight or restrictive clothing will damage your developing tan. A jogging suit or long cotton sun-dress, and flip-flops are ideal.      DON’T apply deodorant, lotions, or perfumed products after your shower.       DON’T hesitate to notify your esthetician about any discomfort during your service.      DON’T contact with water or sweat during developing hours could result in lines or uneven tanning .      DON’T use any soap or body wash at first rinse. Some ingredients might not mix well with DHA and might strip away your tan.

DO shave legs, underarms, etc. and exfoliate the skin afterwards 24 hr prior to your session.

DO remove all of your jewelry before your service.

DO avoid bar soaps and moisturizing spa-type scrubs as some may leave residue which interferes with the development of tanning solutions.

DO condition your hair before you scrub.

DO wear an old, dark swimsuit, or undergarments. (we provide disposable if needed)

DO wear dark, loose clothing, and sandals to your session. Tight or restrictive clothing will damage your developing tan. A jogging suit or long cotton sun-dress, and flip-flops are ideal.

DON’T apply deodorant, lotions, or perfumed products after your shower.


DON’T hesitate to notify your esthetician about any discomfort during your service.

DON’T contact with water or sweat during developing hours could result in lines or uneven tanning .

DON’T use any soap or body wash at first rinse. Some ingredients might not mix well with DHA and might strip away your tan.

     DO let your hair grow out. For best results, your hair should be approximately ¼" long, which is typically 10 -14 days of growth for waxing or 1/8" long which is typically 7-10 days worth growth for sugaring.      DO exfoliate the area, preferably with a dry loofah or exfoliating gloves one day before your appointment (excluding the face). When exfoliating, use circular movements going against the hair growth. This can help prevent ingrown hairs and make the waxing/sugaring treatment more effective.      DO let us know if you are using Accutane, Retin-A, Retinol or any other topical or oral medications that may affect the outcome of your treatment.      DON'T wax/sugar after a laser resurfacing or chemical peel.      DON'T layout in the sun and/or tanning beds two days before and after your waxing/ sugaring treatment.      DON'T go swimming, hot tub or sauna.

DO let your hair grow out. For best results, your hair should be approximately ¼" long, which is typically 10 -14 days of growth for waxing or 1/8" long which is typically 7-10 days worth growth for sugaring.

DO exfoliate the area, preferably with a dry loofah or exfoliating gloves one day before your appointment (excluding the face). When exfoliating, use circular movements going against the hair growth. This can help prevent ingrown hairs and make the waxing/sugaring treatment more effective.

DO let us know if you are using Accutane, Retin-A, Retinol or any other topical or oral medications that may affect the outcome of your treatment.

DON'T wax/sugar after a laser resurfacing or chemical peel.

DON'T layout in the sun and/or tanning beds two days before and after your waxing/ sugaring treatment.

DON'T go swimming, hot tub or sauna.