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What is a Ion Cleanse?

The Ion Cleanse is a simple and powerful way to cleanse and detoxify your body on a cellular level.

How does the Ion Cleanse work?

The Ion Cleanse devise generates a stream of positive and negative ions (charged atoms) which attract and attach themselves to oppositely charged toxic particles. Through osmosis these toxins are drawn out of the body through the pores of your feet to cleanse and detoxify the body.

What to Expect From An Ion Cleanse Session?

The result over several sessions is a remarkable release of many different toxic materials, a growing feeling of well being, and significant increase in overall energy. Many people with pain, edema, gout and swollen or deteriorating joints report considerable symptomatic relief from Ion Cleanse sessions.

It is important to note that the Ion Cleanse does not heal or cure any disease or condition. It is, rather, a valuable way of assisting the body to detoxify different organs and tissues in the body, which can aid greatly in the healing process.

Each session takes approximately 30 minutes. As with any method of detoxification, It may often take several sessions to obtain the best results. Because the Ion Cleanse is gentle, sessions can be taken every other day.

What is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos (permanent pigmentation of the dermis) as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eyelining and other permanent enhancing colors to the skin of the face, lips, and eyelids.

What is a Facial?

A facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin to promote clear, well-hydrated skin.

What are the basic steps of a Facial?

  • Cleansing. A facial begins with a cleansing with cotton pads or sponges and a product chosen for your skin type (normal, dry, oily, combination, sensitive, mature.)

  • Skin Analysis. The Esthetician covers your eyes and looks at your skin through a brightly lit magnifying lamp that reveal various skin conditions.

  • Exfoliation using a mechanical or chemical exfoliant. Mechanical exfoliation has a gritty texture and usually happens while a steam vapor is directed at your face. A chemical peel can be a stand-alone treatment or part of the facial. It is generally an "upgrade" and done in a series.

  • Extraction of blackheads or whiteheads if you want it and need it. (It can cause broken capillaries and discoloration if done on sensitive skin, or done improperly.) People have different pain tolerance for extractions. They can be uncomfortable, especially on thin or ruddy skin.

  • Facial massage using classic strokes like effleurage to both relax you and stimulate your skin and facial muscles.
  • A facial mask targeted to your skin type (dry, oily, combination, sensitive, mature) and condition. During the facial, the Esthetician should stay in the room and give you a scalp massage or some other service. If they leave the room to let you "relax," don't go back.

  • Application of toners and protective creams.

  • Advice on and home skin care.

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