Some simple suggestions to put you at ease…
What to bring. What to wear.
Clients undress to comfort level and will be draped at all times.
If you’re getting a pedicure, bring a pair of sandals.
Toes take longer to dry than fingers.
A general purpose saline solution is available on the sinks of all our locker rooms. Make sure to remove your contact lenses before a microdermabrasion treatment.
Large bags, computers, etc.:
Please don’t bring anything irreplaceable! Large items may not fit in your locker and we can’t be responsible for their security. Leave them at home or lock them in your car trunk.
If you are pregnant or nursing…
We have a special pillow for massages.
Please request it when you book your appointment. We’ll have it set up and waiting for you.
Your hair needs to be 1/4 inch minimum. This would take 3–4 weeks normal growing time.
Consult with your esthetician before treatment to discuss your options, new offerings, and what might best benefit you. Please let her know if you prefer more massage, or if you want your pores thoroughly purged. It’s easier for her to meet your needs if you tell her what you want. Your esthetician will also make you aware of any extra charges associated with additional services that you might request. Our service menu is always available for your price checks.
I forgot to book waxing. Can I get it done during my facial?
You never know until you ask. Once you get into the room with your esthetician, let her know your needs. If she has time, she will absolutely accommodate you.
Do I have to talk to my massage therapist or esthetician?
If you feel like chatting, go ahead. If you don’t, lie down and zone out! They will let you be their guide — but especially with your massage, you’ll enjoy simple quiet relaxation.
Should I tip? What’s normal?
Leaving gratuities for work well done seems to be the norm, but of course, is optional. Most tips range from 15%–20% of the price of the service provided.