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Eyelash Tinting, $20 and Eyebrow Tinting, $10.
If combined with any facial treatment, get both for $25.
Must be booked at time of scheduling.

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SKIN SHEEK

Skin Sheek is a non-invasive treatment for minor skin irregularities that doesn’t penetrate the surface of the skin. Typically delivers rapid results in 1 treatment, although 2 is sometimes required.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Skin Sheek works on the principle of attracting liquids through the precise application of heat. Special probes regulate the application of high frequency directly on the skin’s surface. It takes less than 10 seconds per area. Results are instantaneous for many conditions including spider veins and cherry angiomas. Other conditions will crust and heal completely within 1-2 weeks.

WHAT DOES IT TREAT?
Broken Capillaries and Spider Veins
Cherry Angiomas
Keratosis
Sebaceous Hyperplasia
Cholesterol Deposits
Warts
Skin Tags
Fibromas
Sun Spots/Hyperpigmentation (non-hormonal or dermal)
Milia
Acne and Clogged Pores

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Pricing Structure
$40 1-2 spots
$50 3-4 spots
$60 Capillaries around nose + 1-2 spots
$85 15 minute session
$120 30 minute session

Please Note: Topical numbing is optional and available for a $10 charge.

Occasionally a second treatment is necessary to achieve desired result. Currently, as part of this new service roll-out, there is no charge for a touch-up treatment if necessary.

CONTRAINDICATIONS
Pregnancy
Allergy to nickel
Prone to keloid scarring
Currently taking anti-coagulants or high doses of aspirin
Currently undergoing cancer treatments
Sunburned skin
Recent use of any strong skin exfoliant or irritant (ex. Retinols, AHA’s, BHA’s, Benzoyl Peroxide, in-office peels or other resurfacing treatments.)

MEDICAL CAUTIONS
Breast Feeding
Diabetes and auto-immune disorders
Lupus
Recent Accutane use
Hypertropic scarring