Salon & Spa treatments and services by Pamela.

Make an appointment : 401-595-2851

Email: [email protected]

Hyaluronic Acid

This ingredient is one of the biggest amazing names in the anti aging platform of skincare. It boosts moisture and smooths the skin. Plumping the skin, moisturizing the skin combats dryness as well as improving moisture retention. Hyaluronic also improves lipid balance and the skin's barrier integrity. Hyaluronic Acid is often referred to as (HA).

This clear and gooey substance is also naturally produced by the body. The largest amounts can be found in our skin, connective tissue, and our eyes.

Hyaluronic acid has a wide variety of uses. You can find it in many topical skincare products, serums, and eye drops as well. You can also ingest them as a supplement form. 

Supplementation of Hyaluronic acid can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and helps to increase the skin’s moisture. Topical creams, serums can also aid in smoothing the skin and soothing the redness and dermatitis.

Some dermatologists also inject (ha) fillers into the skin helping to keep the skin looking firm and youthful.

(HA) also helps with wound healing by regulating inflammation levels. It also helps the bodies’ joints by keeping your bones lubricated. An important aid to soothe acid reflux symptoms. Relieves discomfort in the eyes as well helps with eye dryness.

Hyaluronic acid is extremely beneficial in alleviating dry skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as wound healing. A wonderful powerhouse ingredient to have in your skincare products.

Retinol

Considered a key ingredient in your skincare regime you should have. 

But what is it and what does it do?

It is a powerhouse ingredient known as Vitamin A. It speeds up cell turnover, helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles and helps diminish hyperpigmentation. This amazing ingredient is also very beneficial to acne clients. It stimulates the basal cells to divide and move up to the surface of the skin, revealing a smooth surface and complexion. A derivative of Vitamin A which is not naturally found or produced in the body but has an effect and is responsible for healthy bones and muscle, it also helps with the production of collagen. Using topical retinol works by boosting the skin’s renewal process, also removes dead cells on the skin’s surface leaving the skin tighter and brighter.

Dermaplaning

A non invasive, deep exfoliating service, a treatment, and service performed for decades in medical skincare offices. Usually done on a monthly basis. 

Now gaining popularity in a day spa skincare room. A compliment to facials or done on its own. 

Dermaplaning manually removes vellus hair (normally known as peach fuzz) and completely exfoliates the face, revealing a healthier glow as well as allowing topical products too much easier absorbed and effective. 

This treatment can be done on any skin type except some dealing with current active acne. For clients with some autoimmune disorders that are active at the time, will be advised that they are not a candidate for this treatment/ service especially if the disorder compromises their complexion.. Roscea and sensitive skin clients can also benefit from this service.  

Dermaplaning gently as well as painlessly removes the surface layers of the dead skin cells for an instant, smooth, and beautifully radiant skin. All while promoting cell regeneration over time. Very beneficial for clients with sun damage, fine lines, and dehydrated and dull skin. It also helps minimize uneven texture and superficial acne scarring.