Frequently Asked Questions

I'm a new client, how do I make an appointment?

Once Jacklyn is finished working for the month and has a chance to schedule her existing clients first, the online calendar will open. This usually falls on the last of first Sunday of the month. New clients must click on the book now link to schedule an appointment. 

Once Jacklyn is finished working for the month and has a chance to schedule her existing clients first, the online calendar will open. This usually falls on the last of first Sunday of the month. New clients must click on the book now link to schedule an appointment. 

I'm not sure which type of facial to book, what do you suggest?

Each first time facial comes with a complimentary consultation to go over your skincare needs and concerns. Most facials can be customized specifically to you, so its best to pick the one you are most interested in. If there is a treatment that is better suited for you, we will discuss during your consultation.

I'm pregnant. Can I still receive a facial?

YES! Facials can be customized so that they are safe for you! Please make sure to go over your products you are using at home with someone from our team so that we can make sure your products are pregnancy safe as well.

What can I expect after a facial?

Besides a fresh glow, it is normal for your skin to feel slightly irritated and/or some light redness. Be sure to communicate any discomfort to your Esthetician so that they make some adjustments if needed. Following your facial, here are a few things to avoid:

1: Skip the heavy makeup and skin-care products

2: Avoid picking at your skin

3: Be gentle when washing your face 

4: Skip the gym

5: Avoid exfoliators and acne products

6: Postpone facial wax appointments and/or botox

7: STAY OUT OF THE SUN

Am I a candidate for Collagen Induction Therapy? 

You are not eligible for Collagen Induction Therapy if any of the following applies to you: 

  • Have used Accutane within the last year

  • Have open wounds, cuts, or abrasions on the skin

  • Have had radiation treatment to the skin within the past year

  • Have any kind of current skin infection, condition, herpes simplex in the area to be treated

  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • In areas of poor wound healing

  • On scars less than 6 months old