TATTOO REMOVAL (NON LASER) This is done with a product (REJUVI) that is tattooed into area to attract pigment and draws out the pigment. ASK US ABOUT IT. RESEARCH IT BY REJUVI.COM
PERMANENT MAKE UP
Semi-permanent make up eliminates that tiresome task of having to put and remove make up every day. Your make3 up always appears professionally applied and you look good from the moment you wake till the moment you go to bed. These enhancements last 2 to 5 years depending on individual.
The procedure is medically proven and designed to be completely safe. We have been doing this procedure for over 25 years.
Our unusual menu includes Phytothearpy, which has extracts from sea and land essential oils and herbal extracts with algae and plankton nourishing your skin as you await your soothing massage.
A Spirulina Body Mask. This full body mask helps nourish and balance the body as you float await with our clouds listening to crying seagulls letting the music take you to exotic places.
A delight your sense with our Raindrop therapy, this light application of essential oils helps balance and realign the bodies energy system and helps release them if blocked. Cypress, birch, basil, and peppermint are a few of the oils that "rain" down on your spine as the fragrance let you drift away.
Escape the north's cold with our hot herbal linen wrap cinnamon, juniper eucalyptus and clove have a sedative effect on you causing you to sweat out aiding in your detoxification. You can chose from a relaxing Swedish Massage or a deep tissue - Hot Stone corrective massage with our therapist.
Descriptions || Definitions
UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENT TYPES OF MASSAGE
Aromatherapy massage is Swedish massage using essential oils to enhance healing, relaxation and emotional and hormonal balance by the power of its scent or by being applied directly to and massaged into the skin.
Chair massage is form of Swedish massage. A specially designed folding chair allows you to sit fully supported, from knees to head and neck. The therapist can massage the client’s head, neck, shoulders, back and arms while you are still fully dressed.
Connective tissue massage, also called myofascial release, seeks to rebalance the body by releasing tension in the fascia, the superficial and mid-level connective tissue of the muscles. Pressure is applied with the intention of opening, lengthening and moisturizing these layers of fascia, giving the body more freedom and range of motion. Long, stretching strokes are used to release muscular tension.
The refocused energy has several basic effects; it brings about deep relaxation, destroys energy blockages, detoxifies the system and provides new vitality in the form of healing.
Craniosacial massage or Tri-Release is a technique for finding and correcting cerebral and spinal imbalances or blockages that may cause sensory, motor or intellectual dysfunction. It is a modality that focuses on the functioning of the craniosacial system that surrounds and protects the brain and spinal cord by complementing the body’s natural healing processes through gentle, hands-on touch.
Deep tissue massage incorporates Swedish massage techniques on specific problem areas to release chronic or acute tension and soreness. “Deep tissue is really Swedish massage performed with more pressure.
Deep tissue movements are often cross-fiber (across the grain of the muscle) using fingers, thumbs, or elbows with more pressure to reach deeper layers of the specific muscles involved. This deep work on the muscles and connective tissues loosens toxins and increases the blood and oxygen circulation enhancing the body’s abilities to heal.
Targeted massage is similar to deep tissue massage but uses many other additional techniques to relieve tension, eliminate toxins, rebalance the energy and bring nutrition and oxygen to a specific area.
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Trager massage, also known as psychological integration, is based on the theory that most physical problems start in the mind. Physical and verbal communication and movements such as shaking, rocking, vibrating and gentle kneading are used to contact the subconscious and communicate with the muscles to bring them into a healthful state.
Polarity massage is a technique of gently rocking, holding and massaging to stimulate relaxation, restore energy flow and encourage revitalization.
Raindrop massage is a special application of 9 essential oils designed to balance and align the body. These oils are dropped on the body from a distance onto the spine (thus comes the name raindrop) then they are lightly manipulated to relax the area, therefore realigning the spine in a very light and gentle way.
Reflexology is an ancient healing are that teaches that pressure in specific areas of the hands, feet and ears can reflect energy into a related area elsewhere in the body. The vertical meridians mentioned are also represented in these areas, allowing pressure of specific points to reflex healing energy to coordinate organs of the body within the same zone.
Reiki, the Japanese word or “universal life force energy,” is an ancient healing art where the therapist becomes a conduit for the healing energy coming from the universe. It is a subtle form of massage that can be performed through clothing and without physical contact with the client. The therapist holds, his or her hands a few inches or farther away from your body and manipulates the energy field from there.
Sports massage is geared toward participants in athletics and has these three basic forms: pre-event massage, and maintenance massage. It is used to help prevent injuries and prepare the body for athletic activity (pre-event), to maintain it in optimal condition during an event (maintenance), and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries (post-event).
Shirohara is an Ayurvedic treatment of warmed oil slowly pouring over the middle of the client’s forehead, where it is believed the third eye resides. This induces an intense state of relaxation in the recipient.
Stone massage uses Swedish massage strokes, usually effleurage, with warm and cold basalt stones, marble, and semi-precious stones. Using stones in a massage therapy is a holistic approach to triggering healing response and relaxation. “The heat of the stones transmits intense heat and energy, much more that can be transmitted by the hands alone. This stimulates the transmission of endorphins, the hormonal painkiller and anti-depressants, which our bodies produce naturally and safely, into the body.
One stroke of the stone is equal to six effleurage movements, reaching deeper into the muscle tissue and producing a profound relaxation and alternating sedation and rejuvenation.
Swedish massage is a universal choice. Five classical movements on the superficial layers of muscles move the blood though the soft tissues. They are soft gliding strokes, kneading, deep, circular movements, vibration and rhythmic percussive movement.
Let one of our Therapists help you with the one best for you
We can all have an impact on what our skin looks like. Beautiful skin is a life-long commitment. As the body’s protective covering, the skin is vulnerable and subject to wear and tear. This is why the skin requires regular and daily care throughout a lifetime if it is to remain healthy and retain its youthful appearance. The environmental factors that rob the skin of its beauty are sunlight, which depletes water and causes permanent loss of moisture. It also damages collagen fibers, which gives our skin support and elasticity. Sun also disturbs cellular activity, which interferes with the production of collagen. Pollution is deteriorating the ozone allowing more ultra-violet ray exposure when polluted air comes in contact with the skin, leaving the skin dehydrated, sensitive and less resilient.
We must also contend with biological changes in our body. As time ticks away the years, the skin begins to loose ability to retain water therefore leaving skin vulnerable to dehydration. Cell regeneration slows down and causes a build-up of dead cells and a decrease in collagen production.
Although we have no control over biological factors, how we choose to conduct our lives can make a difference in the final analysis of our skin’s condition. Smoking, drinking, sunbathing, drugs, diet and lack of care are the last true enemies of our skin
Nicotine causes small blood vessels and capillaries to constrict, which decreases the blood circulation to the skin and deprives it of essential nutrients and oxygen. Alcohol damages the liver and interferes with nutrition. Alcohol over dilates the blood vessels and weakens the capillary walls, which can cause them to burst. It also draws water out of the tissue and causes dehydration. Drugs can affect and intake of oxygen that the tissues need for cell growth.
Washing the face cannot be as simple as soap and water. Soaps have high alkaline substances that leave the skin dehydrated. Preservatives leave skin sensitive and irritated.
Plastic surgeons in conjunction with skin care specialists allow individuals a second chance to recapture beautiful skin. Skin needs are not limited to facial reconstruction, however. To insure a complete facial or skin rejuvenation process you must improve the health of the skin.
Skin treatments help to overcome deficiencies and improve circulation. In addition, cell regeneration is activated, moisture loss restored, and the skin’s resiliency is enhanced. Facial therapy is administered so blood and fluids trapped within tissue can drain and recalculate. Essential vitamins and minerals and amino acids are replenished.
Preventing the destruction of skin is our best defense against the aging process. LET US HELP YOU
BY MARY MORRIS
Permanent makeup has become an excellent option for our clients with certain skin imperfections, loss of skin pigmentation, thinning eyebrows, thinning lips, and for those who have allergies to conventional makeup. Permanent makeup allows you to escape the daily application required with traditional makeup techniques. Unlike traditional makeup, permanent makeup will not smear, smudge, or run during your daily activities.
Permanent makeup may be applied to any part of the body and to all age groups. Uses include enhancing the eyebrows, altering or enhancing the color of the lips, and adding or augmenting beauty marks. Permanent makeup is also used as permanent eyeliner and lip liner. These techniques allow us to enhance your natural beauty and give you a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance.
Permanent makeup applied in the region of the brow mimics the natural hair of the brow. This can provide an appearance of fullness for anyone who has lost some of the eyebrow hair. Unlike an eyebrow pencil, you are able to go about your normal daily activities without worrying if you will accidentally smear or smudge your brow.
The application of pigment to lash line can give the appearance of a definite line or a more subtle shadow in the lashes. This procedure can be liberating for those with an allergy to traditional eyeliner or for those with contact lenses that become irritated with over the counter makeup products.
Permanent makeup is precisely placed in between each lash at the base of the lash line. This defines the shape of the eye and creates the illusion of thick full lashes.
Lip liner/Lip Color Enhancement
Not only can the color of the lips be improved, but the lip shape can also be improved, giving you the appearance of more full, sensual lips. This technique can also camouflage those fine lines that begin to appear around the mouth with age and eliminate the appearance of lipstick bleeding onto bordering skin.
An absolutely natural beauty mark may be placed wherever you desire. Size, shape, and color are all chosen by you to create the look you desire.
Is the procedure painful?
There is very little discomfort because area is numbed with a topical anesthetic.
How can I be assured I will like the end results?
You have approval of EVERYTHING! As colors are mixed and brows designed, you are consulted for approval. You are given a hand mirror and during each step of the way you and I will work together as a team to create the natural youthful look you desire.
How long is recovery period?
There is a mild swelling and redness accompanying the procedure, but most patients are able to return to work or other social activities the same day.
How long will it be until I see my final results?
It takes a period of three to six weeks for the pigment to become permanently incorporated in the desired location. At this point your final results have been achieved.
Will my permanent makeup fade?
During the initial healing period of three to six weeks, there will be a slight fading of pigment as some of it is removed by your body. To counteract this natural response, a slightly greater amount of pigment than you actually need to achieve your desired results will be placed at the time of your procedure.
Over a period of a few years brows and lips may fade and you may need a touch up.
Prices listed include a second session, which is normally necessary for finishing and perfecting. A third session may be needed for brows where there is no apparent hair or if you choose a very light color.
Full lip color may require a third session if a strong vibrant color desired, and an additional charge will apply.
I use a topical anesthetic especially formulated for permanent makeup application. Discomfort during a procedure using this topical is very minimal to none.
WE FOLLOW ALL GUIDELINES FOR STERILIZATION AND CLINICAL SANITATION
Needles are always pre-sterilized as well as the tubes that hold the needles. Needles are never reused, not even your own needles. When (used) are promptly disposed into a hazardous waste container for this purpose.Everything that is used on the client is sterile or sanitary and/or new.
PERMANENT MAKEUP TRAINING FROM BASIC TO ADVANCED AVAILABLE (STATE LICENSED #3350)
2. End of 1985, I took first basic mini course, just to see if it was really for me.
3. Beginning of 1986: Basic 5 day training classes for Permanent Makeup. (approximately 50 hours)
4. Before the end of '88 I had taken 4 more advanced training courses in permanent makeup work,covering Camouflage, breast areola re-pigmentation, and color theory.
5. 1991: I took another advanced 3 day training course
6. 2000: Advanced Intensive training in special technique for doing Full Lip color in a less time consuming manner.
7. This is not counting going to permanent makeup seminars and conventions and the extra training we receive at these affairs, at least semiannually.
The following is a list of the Permanent Makeup schools, trainers, associations from which I have received my training and certifications, beginning with earliest to latest:
A. Permanently Yours (1 certificate, Basic)
B. Derma Medical Institute (Elizabeth Finch) (3 certificates- Specialty)
C. American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics, (Sandi Hammons) (3 certificates)
D. American Council of Dermagraphic Research (Kristanne Matzek) (1 certificate) and more…
Other licenses, certificates of training in various fields:
Licensed Cosmetologist, Aesthetician, Electrologist, Hypnotherapist, Educator, Salon owner
Professional Makeup Artist, trained by many world famous makeup artist to the "Stars" and celebrities. Mark Traynor, On Stage Cosmetics and Jerome
ABOUT YOUR ELECTROLOGIST: Mary Morris, (Kree Institute of Electrolysis, New York in 1964) has over 30 years experience as a business woman and is certified in these related fields: Electrologist, Skin Care Specialist, Makeup Artist, MicroDermagraphic Technician, Hypnotherapist, Photographer and teacher. She is listed in the 1990 National Book of Records as entrepreneur of women. She has been quoted in New York Times and several national and international magazines and several news articles have featured her and her businesses. Mary moved here from North Carolina in 1976. Mary open here practice in 1980. She also owns and operates Advanced Beauty Care Day Spa in New Smyrna, Florida. She strives to bring you the latest in techniques and products.
UNWANTED HAIR A PROBLEM FOR YOU -- You are not alone!
Many men and women think they are the only one with a hair problem, while in fact 90% of all men and women have at least a few unwanted hairs. Electrolysis is the only permanent method of hair removal approved by physicians and health professionals as safe, effective and permanent. Since its discovery in 1875 by Dr. Charles E. Michel, many major advances have been made through the use of highly sophisticated technology and professional skill.
We all get tired of unwanted hair. We pluck, tweeze, wax, trim, bleach, and use depilatories but it always comes back or becomes dark again. Electrology has withstood the test of time for its Safety, Effectiveness, and Permanency for most Men and Women of all Nationalities
WHAT IS IT?
Excess hair or unwanted hair may be caused by a variety of reasons. The majority of the causes of excess hair, however, fall into a category called “organic hirsutism”. This is the functioning of the various organs of the body, especially the glands. Other causes of hirsutism (the abnormal abundance of hair growth) are stress, medication, irritation, pregnancy, surgery, and possibly diet.
DOES IT HURT?
Most people do not find electrolysis painful but there is a sensation of a pinprick. Some areas are more sensitive than others. Generally, what is felt will not be any more painful than if you removed the hairs with a pair of tweezers. There are times when patients have fallen asleep during treatment.
IS IT REALLY PERMANENT?
Electrolysis is the only permanent, safe method of removing hair. When the hair papilla and follicle have been treated properly and effectively, that hair will be gone forever.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
This is considered the most difficult question to answer. Hair grows in 3 distinct phases; anagen, catagen and telegen. Anagen is when the hair is active and growing; catagen is when the hair stops growing and begins a resting phase and telegen, a shedding stage, is when the hair becomes dormant and not growing for a time. So it does take time to effectively treat each hair that is currently above the skin, and those not yet showing themselves. Next, skin type and location of hair must be considered. If you have thin, sensitive skin, electrolysis treatments must be done at a slower rate. Finally, regularity of treatments will save you money in the long run due to shorter overall time needed to remove all hair visible and those not yet visible. Even though it is difficult to give a definite time frame, you should see a definite reduction in amount of hair after each treatment.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Rates for electrolysis vary, a national average would be between $15 and $60 per treatment. When considering cost, take into consideration the cost in dollars and time you will spend on temporary methods which will continue forever. Now when looking at electrolysis, consider you are taking a permanent step towards removing this unwanted hair forever. The advantage is obviously electrolysis.
After our faces, our hands are the most visible parts of our bodies. Not only are they extremely functional, but they play a fundamental role when communicating. To ensure your hands receive the care they deserve, we offer a variety of hand treatments. During your treatment we will pamper and relax you with a hand and are massage. If your hands look older than you do from hard work and lack of care, choose one of our age defying HAND TREATMENTS.
Hygiene is of the utmost importance to us. All of our instruments are thoroughly sanitized and sterilized with dry heat before each client. Also when a regular client, your have your private files and etc. boxed just for you.
A step beyond. The feet do more continuous hard work than almost any other part of our body, yet, are often the most neglected. We pay special attention to each client, focusing on their individual needs. You will find the results of our pedicures are visually and physically noticeable. We will pamper and relax you with a leg and foot massage. Choose from a variety of foot treat treatments for that ULTIMATE PEDICURE.