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Skin Care 101

The Importance of Professional Exfoliation

The human skin produces about 1 million skin cells every 40 minutes which equates to over 36 million skin cells per day. As our skin cells renew from the deepest layer of the epidermis, the more surface cells harden and lose moisture. Eventually these cells detach from skin and are replaced by younger cells moving up from the deeper layers. The rate at which new cells form in the stratum basale is known as cell renewal rate; The time it takes for the cells to form in these deeper layers until the time of detachment is known as the cell turnover time. Detachment also eliminates damaged and contaminated cells that carry pollutants and microrganisms from the environment. These superficial skin cells don't always effectively fall from skin and may cause clogging and congestion while leaving the skins surface dry and dull looking. As we age, detachment and cell turnover slow down, making professional exfoliation critical to removing the accumulation of cells that give a dry, dull appearance to the skin. Through professional exfoliation, these dulling skin cells are effectively removed, and newer cells are revealed for a fresher, healthier appearance. Similarly, removing the excess barricade of cells from the skin's surface helps ingredients penetrate further through the skin. As such, exfoliation is a critical step in any healthy skin regimen. Facials are recommended every 28-35 days.

Facial Key Benefits


  • Softens dead surface cells so they can be sloughed off
  • Aids in opening the follicles so they can be properly cleansed. .
  • Penetrates deep into the follicles to soften deposits of grease, blackheads, make-up, and dirt so debris can be removed with ease.
  • Helps pores to eliminate toxins.
  • Temporarily softens superficial lines.
  • Increases blood circulation by causing the blood vessels to expand.
  • Improves cell metabolism.

Facial Massage

  • Nourishes the skin by stimulating blood circulation.
  • Helps firm the skin and underlying tissue.
  • Opens pores so dirt, grease, and other impurities are easier to remove.
  • Helps deplete excess fluids in the tissue.
  • Reduces puffiness.
  • Strengthens, nourishes, and tones muscle fibers to help slow the aging of skin.
  • Stimulates oil production, helping to retain the moisture content of cells.


  • Helps reduce signs of aging by minimizing fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Gently accelerates skin's natural cell renewal process.
  • Leaves skin with a fresh, healthy glow.
  • Keeps pores clear to prevent break-outs.
  • With dead skin cells removed, the moisture-packed cells are at the surface to prevent dehydration.
  • Improves elasticity and moisture balance.


  • Absorbs oil and debris from skin, leaving it with a more smooth, even texture.
  • Reduces inflammation and aids in the healing of blemishes.
  • Deep cleans and minimizes pores.
  • Infuses moisture.