Radio Frequency (RF) utilizes energy in the form of electrical impulses to increase collagen and hyaluronic acid production and tighten the elastin throughout the skin. This, in turn, can tighten the skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, help contour the face, reduce fat and more.
So many of our guests suggest we serve champagne during treatments like many other facial locations. While we are all about letting our hair down and having a good time, we are also passionate about reducing toxin exposure wherever possible. Ultimately, we do not serve alcohol because it actually exacerbates many skin conditions like eczema, acne, and dryness. We wanted to break it down a bit further for you, however, so here are the four main ways alcohol can worsen skin conditions.
Color therapy (blue light therapy, red light therapy, etc) dates back to Ancient Egyptians times where light and colors were used in different healing applications. Modern-day medicine still recognizes color therapy as a powerful treatment for many ailments. Learn the science-backed benefits of blue light therapy for the management and even eradication of skin issues like acne, eczema and psoriasis.
The lipid barrier is the skin's first line of defense against allergens, environmental pollutants and chemical irritants. Learn the common ways we are destroying our lipid barrier and how to reverse this damage through changes to lifestyle and personal care products.
Ahhhh the holidays….filled with joyous family reunions, gift-giving, delicious feasts oh….and bloating, breakouts and total body meltdowns. Our change in habits during this time of year (more sugar and alcohol consumption, less self-care, etc) can lead to a variety of negative results including bloating, excess water retention, increased pain and swelling in the body, increased arthritis, poor skin tone, blemishes, and full-on breakouts. Here are 7 tips to keep your skin glowing and blemish-free this holiday season!
Red light therapy has been around for decades and is backed by years of scientific research. Benefits of red light include reduced pore size, wrinkles, fine lines, scarring, inflammation, hyperpigmentation, eczema, and rosacea, increased skin elasticity and collagen production, improved skin tone and more!
We are ecstatic to be introducing 3 new products both in-store and online. Learn why we chose to offer these products to our customers, the powerhouse superfood ingredients in each blend and how they can benefit the skin as well as whole-body health!
The hot trend of microneedling and vampire facials has taken the beauty world by storm and like most professional grade treatments, marketers have found a way to create an “At-Home” version for the average consumer. We wanted to take a second to talk about this new trend of dermarolling, discuss the differences between it and microneedling as well as some potential issues to look out for!
One of nature’s most powerful healing ingredients, Sea Whip Extract provides protection and repair to the skin. It’s unbelievable anti-inflammatory, anti-irritation and healing benefits make it one of our favorite ingredients here at Facial Lounge!
Although many think of cryotherapy as a full body treatment, the term simply refers to any use of extreme cold on the body. An ice pack on the leg can be a form of cryotherapy. While trendy now, cryotherapy has been around for centuries. Past cryotherapy was usually in the form of a cold bath in a frozen river or something similar. Recent technology has given birth to cold air baths (cryotherapy chambers) and what is now known as Whole-Body Cryotherapy (WBC): refers to the use of a full body ice bath or cold air exposure (cryotherapy chamber)