Skin Care & Peels
“When I left Hannah’s salon, I felt like I’d had a spiritual experience. I was walking on a cloud. I left feeling nurtured, comforted, pampered. Hannah is more than an Esthetician. She made my soul feel cared for as well as my face and body. I recommend her wholeheartedly and with no reservations.” -Suzy P.
All facials come with a complimentary skin care consultation to make sure you receive the best treatment or your specific skin type. They all include cleaning, exfoliation, masque, application of toner and moisturizer using products based on your skin type.
These treatments will give you great results but in order to get long-lasting results the at-home regimen is highly recommended. We will customize a regimen specifically for your skin type and concerns.
Skin Consultation $20
We will go over your skin care concerns and skin type, educate you on what is going on with your skin, what it needs to be healthy, then put together a regimen and routine to target your specific needs. *Fee will go towards your at-home regimen product purchase*
30 Minute Facial Treatment $60
60 Minute Facial Treatment $90
80 Minute Facial Treatment $150
Ideal for all skin conditions.
All these treatments are customized to target any skin condition you have; acne, anti-aging, dehydration, pigmentation, etc. We determine your skin type and concerns then put together a relaxing yet effective treatment to give your skin a beautiful, healthy glow.
Beard Facial (The Gentleman’s Facial) $65
This treatment is geared toward our bearded men. It includes a brow trim, facial cleanse, exfoliation, massage, beard high frequency, and application of moisturizer and beard oil.
Ideal for mature and oily skin types. Contraindications: acne prone or dry skin types.
Wet Microdermabrasion $85
Ideal for dry sensitive skin.
Back Deep Cleansing Treatment $65
Get rid of blemishes and back acne! This treatment includes a deep cleansing, aromatherapy, exfoliation, extractions, mask, toner, and moisturizer.
High Frequency $5
LED Light Therapy add-on $15
Double Masque $10
Lip Treatment $10 (exfoliation + lip masque)
Chest + Neck Treatment $30
Skin Healthy Makeup Application $20 (BB Cream + Brow Fill-in + Lip Balm)
HydraFacial $100 and up
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VitaBrite Refresher $95
Great for a first time peel client. A mild peel/enzyme mix with mandolin acid, natural skin lighteners, skin brighteners, and plant stem cells. VitaBrite contains Lira’s exclusive ingredient, mastiha, which is anti-inflammatory, healing, calming, and lightening. Safe for all skin types and safe for use during pregnancy.
*Must follow aftercare instructions*
Pumpkin Plus Definer $110
Renew and refresh dull skin with this universal anti-aging treatment. Packed with antioxidants, plant stem cells, peptides, retinol and skin healing vitamins this treatment leaves skin glowing and revitalized. Addresses a variety of skin conditions such as acne, uneven skin tone and aging skin. With no down time the Pumpkin Plus Definer is ideal for on-the-go lifestyles
Probiotic Power $150
Refresh all skin types with this Lira Clinical’s new Probiotic Power Treatment. The detoxifying treatment releases impurities with charcoal and pumpkin enzymes while restoring skin vitality with botanical antioxidants, probiotics, and peptides. Probiotics help to balance the skin’s natural biome by safeguarding against environmental and extrinsic aging factors. Designer peptides are also a huge part of this treatment to target certain skin conditions. Lira Clinical utilizes peptides that are collagen building, neuro-transmitter blocking, brightening, hydrating, and has now introduced a healing peptide delivery system that shields while delivering actives to correct and repair skin.
Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) Green Power Rebuilder w/ PSC $150
This mechanical exfoliator can be combined with Lira Clinical’s BIO Enzyme Cleanser, BIO Hydrating Mineral Masque or a Lira Clinical resurfacing solutions to reach your desired skin depth. A unique blend of botanicals are used for an optimum tightening effect on lackluster and sagging skin.
- Increases healthy cell turnover for stronger collagen and elastin matrix
- Botanical melanin suppressants
- Healing and soothing effect
- Uses plant stem cell technology
CHEMICAL PEEL PRE- & POST CARE
It is crucial to the health of your skin and the success of your peel that these guidelines be followed:
*Chemical peels are a superficial treatment designed to improve the texture and appearance of the skin.
Patients should NOT be treated with the following:
- Active cold sores or warts
- Open wounds or lesions
- Excessively sensitive skin
- Inflammatory rosacea
- Untreated skin cancer
- Recent surgery in peel area
- Recent permanent makeup in peel area
- Rashes, allergies or sensitive skin reactions
- Allergic to chemical peel components or salicylates (aspirin)
- Accutane use in the past 12 months
- Radiation or chemotherapy in the past 12 months
- Pregnant or breastfeeding
Two (2) weeks before your peel avoid:
- Electrolysis, waxing, depilatory creams
- Laser or IPL treatments
- Botox or dermal filler within 5 days as well as 5 days post treatment
- Exfoliating products that may be drying or irritating
- Sun exposure or sunburn (indoor or outdoor)
Three (3) days prior to treatment, discontinue use of the following products:
- Any retinoic acid derivatives (Retin-A, Renova, Retinol, Atralin, Avita
- Tazorac or Avage, Ziana), Azelex, or Differin
- Clients can resume the above products when skin is healed and no signs of erythema (redness) or peeling is present; usually 5-7 days.
*If you have any history of Herpes Simplex, notify the aesthetician BEFORE receiving a chemical peel.
Chemical Peel After Care:
Chemical Peel’s can very in depth from very superficial to very deep. Post treatment care for chemical peels is dependent on the type of peel, and condition of the skin. Your skin health professional should give you post treatment instructions that are specific for the type of peel you have had. Some peels are so superficial that they cause little to no peeling, and may not require a big change in your skin care regimen. Having a deeper level chemical peel provides a greater level of correction, however it also can create a greater risk for complications. Most complications can be avoided by strict patient compliance, meaning you should follow your post treatment care instructions exactly as instructed. Deeper peels may also require preconditioning, this especially important for darker skin types.
One of the most important things to remember after a chemical peel is to avoid picking, scrubbing or assisting the peel in any way. Treat the skin like you are trying to keep it on. The old dead skin that is about to peel off acts as a protective barrier. If you have caused the skin to peel off prematurely you are at increased risk for complications, including hyper-pigmentation. If you have assisted or accidentally removed the peeling skin prematurely, contact your skin health professional immediately. You may be instructed to apply an occlusive such as Aquaphor to the area’s that have peeled off. You should use the Pro-Lite Tx once the peeling process is complete to prevent or correct complications.
Beginning the day of the peel until peeling is complete you will need to use a gentle cleanser. Avoid scrubs, exfoliants and any acne cleansers unless otherwise instructed. This is also not the time to use cleansing brushes such as the Clarisonic, you should cleanse the skin gently.
Use a gentle moisturizer 2 – 4 times a day. Be careful that you do not use a moisturizer that contains exfoliants or irritating ingredients after your peel. If you have had a medium to deep peel, you may also be instructed to use a topical Hydrocortisone cream. It is important that you do not over use Hydrocortisone creams, as extended use can inhibit healing. Review all products to be used after the peel before use.
After a chemical peel your skin is more vulnerable to Ultra Violet Rays. You should avoid sun exposure as much as you can, hats and sunglasses are helpful. Depending on the depth of the peel, you may be instructed to avoid sunscreen until the skin has completed the peeling phase. You will find that your skin is sensitive to chemical sunscreens, so we recommend the Lira BB cream to provide moisture, coverage and sunscreen.
Topical antibiotics can not be used immediately after a chemical peel, so if you have a recent history, you may be prescribed an oral antibiotic.
Generally, cosmetics such as foundation, concealer and powder are not recommended after resurfacing procedures and chemical peels. However, you can use the Lira BB cream to provide coverage, moisture and sun protection.
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