The Hydrafacial technology is a medical grade resurfacing system. Uses a unique patented Vortex-Fusion delivery system to exfoliate, extract and Hydrate skin, and the spiral design delivers painless extractions.

Only HydraFacial uses patented technology  to cleanse, extract and Hydrate. HydraFacial super serums are made with nourishing ingredients hats create an instantly gratifying  glow in just 3 steps.

    Uncover a new layer of skin with gentle exfoliation and relaxing resurfacing.

Remove debris from pores with painless suction. Nourish with intense moisterizers that quench skin.

Saturate the skin’s surface with antioxidants and peptides to maximize your glow. 

  • Pregnancy
  • Accutane (if used within the past 12 mos.)
  • Retin-A/AHA’s/Peels (stop use 5+ days prior)
  • Botox/Fillers used within past 14 days
  • Severe form of acne
  • Inflammation of the skin on the face
  • Eczema/Psoriasis 
  • Facial waxing (not within past 14 days)
  • IPL/Laser Therapy (not within past 14 days)
  • Sunburn
  • Shellfish/Aspirin/Sulfur
  • Abnormal, unidentified facial growth or mark
  • Cold sores or fever blisters
  • Open lesions 
  • Autoimmune or communicable disease (Lupus/Scleroderma)
  • Allergies to product ingredients



    • Not recommended for severe acne scarring
    • If the skin becomes irritated, discontinue treatment and seek medical advice
    • Do not use within the orbital area, such as over the eyelids. Eyes should be closed during the procedure and covered with protective eyewear, Sterile eye rinse should be available in case products accidentally get into your eyes.

Zshock Cryo

Most women have cellulite, which, for the most part, cannot be eliminated through diet and exercise. Enter the T-Shock, which reduces fatty deposits by using thermal shock to constrict the blood vessels in a localized area.
This method is non-invasive and induces the break-down of fat cells to reduce body fat without damaging other tissues. The T-Shock works by alternating warm and cold treatments directly applied to the skin.
Fat cells (in comparison to other tissue types) are more vulnerable to this effect, which causes what’s known as fat cell
apoptosis, a natural controlled cell death. This leads to the release of cytokines and other inflammatory mediators that gradually eliminate the affected fat cells. These inflammatory cells digest the affected fat cells and lipids from these fat cells are released by the lymphatic system. The result: a significant reduction of the thickness of the fat layer.

Other methods of non-surgical fat removal primarily involve necrotic cell death, which solely involves damaging fat with heat, high-intensity ultrasound or chemical injections. Unlike the thermal shock effect delivered by the T-Shock, the surrounding tissue isn’t preserved so the pure reduction of fat cells is not achieved. With T-Shock the reduction of fat with preservation of surrounding non-fat tissue offers a more dramatic firming effect.

The dreaded skin sag from aging can be reversed with the T-Shock. The shock of alternating between cold and hot therapies triggersdeep layers of collagen back into production. The plumpness and firmness is NOT achievable with other non-invasive techniques.
For facials, the T-Shock comes stock with a coupling device for precise treatments to smooth out wrinkles and blemishes to create a tighter skin appearance immediately after treatment. The results are even more profound after 4-8 sessions, with clients reporting more youthful looking skin, as well as a reduction of puffiness around the eyes and smaller pore size appearance. ZSHOCK WAVE PRO

– pregnancy and breast-feeding – epilepsy
– cancer
– heart and kidney disease
– diabetes
– infectious diseases
– pacemaker
– atopic eczema
– problems with body temperature regulation.
Safety Precautions
 Aspirin – If the patient is taking any amount of aspirin on a daily basis, it may be appropriate to continue to take it under medical supervision and with the treating practitioner’s knowledge. However, if the patient is taking aspirin purely for prophylactic reasons, it should be discontinued 10 days before Cool Tshock treatment. If the patient is taking Coumadin, you should consult with the prescribing doctor regarding whether or not it should be discontinued for the procedure.
Supplements – Vitamin E, Ginseng, Garlic tablets and Gingko Biloba should be discontinued two days before a procedure.
Pain Relief – Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, such as Motrin, Ibuprofen, Advil, Celebrex, Nuprin, Feldene, Clinoril, Alleve, Naroprosyn, or Anaprox must be discontinued two days before Cool Tshock treatment. This will assist in minimising any chance of bruising. Patients can resume these medications the day following treatment.
Alcohol – Alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine and liquor is recommended to be avoided prior to the procedure. Patients may resume them the day after the procedure.
Clothing – Patients should be instructed to wear loose, comfortable clothing on the day of their Cool Tshock procedure. There may be post-procedure swelling, and as the numbness wears off, the patient may be aware of some discomfort in the treated area. Trousers with tight waistbands, belts, and other restrictive clothing should be avoided.
Activities – Since the Cool Tshock procedure is non-invasive, patients may resume normal activities immediately. They should continue to wear comfortable clothing for the first 2 days, then gradually return to more fitted clothing as the body tolerates it.

Dermapen 4

Dermapen 4 glides over the skin creating millions of fine, vertical fractional channels up to 104% faster than other microneedling pens. These channels can carry up to 80% more topical nutrients deeper into the skin.

The micro-injuries trigger a natural process of repair, increasing the production of collagen and elastin and visibly improving a wide range of skin concerns.

  • Active acne.
  • Herpes labialis or any other local infection such as warts.
  • Moderate to severe chronic skin disease such as eczema and psoriasis.
  • Blood dyscrasias, patients on anticoagulant therapy.
  • Extreme keloidal tendency.
  • Patient on chemo/radiotherapy.
  • pregnancy; scleroderma, collagen vascular diseases or cardiac abnormalities; Rosacea and blood clotting problems; active bacterial or fungal infection; immuno-suppression; scars less than 6 months old; and facial fillers in the past 14 days.

Laser Hair Removal

Best Machine in the Industry, 2x faster than other laser devices, Safe, Effective and Painless.


Brilliantly removes hair, pigment and vascular lesions in all skin types.

Powerful from 2 – 25mm spot sizes.

Dual wavelength 755nm Alexandrite & 1064nm Nd:YAG.

Only Clarity II provides these two new clinically valuable capabilities to help you deliver efficacious treatment coverage. The proprietary IntelliTrak technology ensures consistent rapid energy delivery at the density you select regardless of how fast you glide over the skin. Temperature Sensing provides real-time feedback to help inform treatment efficacy and reliable endpoints. The innovative Clarity II platform is another example of Lutronic’s intelligent design for Intelligent Care.

You have homework before your appointments! Please avoid all things listed below before your laser hair removal treatment.

  1. Sun exposure for four weeks prior to your appointment.
  2. You have to be off Accutane four to six months before your first treatment.
  3. Do not take aspirin 7 days before your appointment. Aspirin is a blood thinner that can cause bruising and skin sensitivity after your appointment. We want this to be a painless experience as it is meant to be!
  4. No tweezing, waxing, or epilation two weeks prior, as well as in between your sessions. When you tweeze or wax, you are removing the hair follicle from the bulb, which is what the laser targets and destroys during your treatments. However, please shave the day before your appointment!
  5. No skin lightening products

Unfortunately, you have homework after your treatments as well! Below is a list of things you should keep in mind after your laser hair removal appointment.

  1. Do not rub the treated area while bathing
  2. Avoid hot water for 24 hours after your appointment.
  3. No makeup on the irritated area
  4. No sauna, hot yoga, extensive workouts for 48 hours after your appointment.
  5. Use ointment or lotions on irritated areas
  6. No exfoliants on the treated area
  7. No tanning or sun exposure to the treated area
  8. Use SPF 50 at all times

Unfortunately, not everyone is a good candidate for laser hair removal. There are some contraindications laser technicians look out for prior to treating.

If any of the following pertain to you, you cannot receive laser hair removal treatments.

  1. You are on any medications that are light sensitive or photosensitive. These types of medications chemically induce a change in your skin and can cause reactions when exposed to UV rays.
  2. You must be off retinoids for two weeks prior to treatment and all throughout your sessions. Wait to be completely healed before getting back on retinoids.
  3. Anticoagulants (blood thinners)
  4. History of keloids
  5. History of infection
  6. Compromised immune system
  7. Pregnant or nursing
  8. Active infection, cold sores, or open lacerations in the area being treated
  9. Skin cancer
  10. Abnormal moles
  11. Tattoo in the area being treated


Geneo’s oxygenation process triggers the body’s natural, physiological process of increase oxygen levels internally. Oxygen is carried to the surface of the skin where the increased levels of oxygen prep the skin for maximum absorption throughout the rest of the facial treatment. This treatment is for face, back and whole body. 

Current or history of skin cancer, or pre-malignant moles
Pregnancy or nursing
Any active conditions in the treatment area, such as sores, eczema, rash, fragile skin, swollen, burnt or injured skin, active acne, rosacea, dermatitis, psoriasis, or active Herpes Simples
Take precaution when treating over areas of active acne, avoid areas of severe active acne. When treating patients with predisposition to acne, occasional and transit acne eruptions may occur, which should be cared with acne treatment products
Excessive fresh skin tan (within the last few days)
Vascular disorders such as: telangiectasia, varicose veins, thrombosis, phlebitis in the applied area
Severe concurrent disease such as: un-controlled diabetes, nervous diseases, cardiac disorder and cancer. In such cases, consult the treating physician
In case of any aesthetic procedure performed recently on applied area such as mesotherapy, peeling, resurfacing or recent use of products such as Accutane or RetinA, consult the treating physician before using geneO+
Known allergies to cosmetics or other products, or experienced severe allergic reactions like hives.
Precautions should be taken when considering treatment after other aesthetic procedures. It is recommended to consult with the treating aesthetic physician. Use caution in the following:
Any surgical, invasive, ablative procedure in the treatment area within three months prior to treatment or before complete healing
Face lift, eyelid surgery, skin resurfacing, deep chemical peeling or deep dermabrasion in the treatment area within three months prior to treatment or before complete healing
Injected chemical substance, threads, synthetic fillers in the treated area-treat only upon approval and responsibility from treating aesthetic physician
Fillers, collagen, fat injections or other injected bio-material in the treated area within two-three weeks prior to treatment and not before complete healing has occurred
Botox in the treated area within 2 weeks prior to treatment and not before complete healing has occurred.
• Under 18 years of age
• Pacemaker or internal defibrillator, implanted neurostimulators or any other internal electric system
• Metal implants in the treatment area (not including dental implants and fillings)
• Pregnancy or nursing
• Current or history of cancer, especially skin cancer, or pre-malignant moles, neoplastic tissue or space
occupying lesions (malignant or benign such as: cysts, abscesses, hematoma)
• Impaired immune system due to immunosuppressive diseases such as AIDS and HIV, or use of
immunosuppressive medications
• Sever concurrent conditions such as cardiac disorders, epilepsy or lupu.
• Poorly controlled endocrine disorders, such as diabetes
• Bleeding disorders, coagulopathies, areas of thrombophlebitis, or use of anticoagulants
• Any active condition in the treatment area, such as sores, hemorrhages or risk of hemorrhages, septic
conditions, psoriasis, eczema and rash as well as excessively/freshly tanned skin
• History of skin disorders such as keloid scarring, abnormal wound healing, as well as very dry and
fragile skin
• Any surgical, invasive, ablative procedure in the treatment area before complete healing
• As per practitioner’s discretion, refrain from treating any condition which might make it unsafe for the
Precautions should be taken when considering treatment after other aesthetic procedures. It is recommended to consult with the treating aesthetic physician.
Should you choose to perform OxyGeneo treatment, use caution in the following:
• Patients taking medications, herbal preparations, food supplements or vitamins that might cause fragile skin or impaired skin healing such as prolonged steroid regime, Isotretinoin (Accutane), tetracyclines, or St. John’s Wort
• Patients having any medical condition that might impair skin healing
• Aesthetic procedures in the treatment area, such as: fillers, gold/plastic threads, fat implants
• Patients undergoing frequent skin resurfacing or chemical peelings or other aesthetic procedures that
may cause sensitive, fragile or thin skin
• Patients having predisposition to excessive allergic reactions such as hives, shortness of breath etc.
• Patients having areas of reduced sensations or circulation or over anesthetized areas or over bony
NOTE: In case of uncertainty regarding potential side effects, have the patients consult their physician and bring consent for treatment.
SIDE EFFECTS: Improper use of the System could result in possible side effects. Although these effects are rare and expected to be temporary, any adverse reactions should be reported to a physician immediately. Side effects may appear either at the time of treatment or shortly after.
• Pain
• Excessive skin redness (Erythema)
• Damage to natural skin texture (crust, blister, burn)
• Excessive Swelling (Edema)
• Fragile skin
• Bruising
• Itching

Viora v10

For clients that are interested in reducing the appearance of cellulite and/or tightening their skin, we use REACTION by Viora. REACTION  is a cutting-edge treatment option that is FDA cleared for temporary cellulite reduction, minor muscle spasm relief, and temporary improvements in local blood circulation. This treatment option is available to you at any time regardless of your skin type.

How does REACTION work? This system utilizes radiofrequency (RF) channels to target body tissue. Through the gradual delivery of heat through your layers of skin and tissue, treatment with REACTION can improve blood flow, break down fat cells and cellulite, and tighten skin.

The REACTION treatment can be applied anywhere on the body. Facial treatment areas include face, neck, jowls, chin, marionette folds, and around the eyes. Body treatment areas include abdomen, arms, buttocks, inner and outer thighs, and knees. This is an ideal treatment for patients in their 30s through their 60s. Some of our clients come to us for this treatment even after certain plastic surgeries, weight loss program(s), or a pregnancy. 

Unfortunately not all treatments are for everyone. Please check our contraindications list to make sure you avoid disappointment.

Conditions that would mean you were not able to have this treatments:

  • Pregnant

  • Breastfeeding


  • Cancer (all forms)

  • Undergoing chemotherapy or immune therapy

  • Immunodeficiency

  • Lupus

  • High blood pressure (uncontrolled)

  • Diabetes (uncontrolled)

  • Prednisone and other steroid medications (treatment will increase inflammation)

  • Heart problems or diseases

  • Kidney damage, diseases or problems

  • Liver damage, diseases or problems

  • Haemorrhagic disease, trauma or bleeding

  • Numb or insensitive to heat

  • Rosacea

  • Active implanted device such as pacemaker or defibrillator

  • Epilepsy

  • Transplant Anti-Rejection Drugs

  • Thyroid Disease 

  • Heart Disease 

  • Hypertension (High blood pressure treated with medication)

  • Cancer – after 12 months

  • Recent surgery (wait 6 months)

  • Recent scars (wait 6 months)

  • Open lesions (avoid area)

  • Skin diseases (avoid area)

  • Infection (avoid area)

  • Antibiotics (wait until course completed)

  • Inflammation (avoid area)

  • Varicose veins (avoid area)

  • Prosthesis/silicone implants (avoid area)

  • Metal implants/screws (avoid area)

  • Metal contraceptive coil (avoid area)

  • Depilatory creams (wait 2 weeks)

  • Areas being treated with IPL or Laser (wait 2 weeks)

  • Areas being treated with Botox (wait 3 months) or dermal fillers (wait 2 weeks)

  • Suntan (sun must be avoided the entire duration of the treatment regime)

  • Chronic inflammation (depending on severity of chronic inflammatory conditions – consider that treatment will increase inflammation and anti-inflammatory medications reduce the effectiveness of the treatment – please discuss with your doctor first.

You should try to avoid doing anything that will irritate your skin immediately before treatment. This includes sunbathing (natural or artificial). Practitioners are unlikely to treat someone who has sun burn for example, as they would be more likely to suffer pain from the addition of heat to the already damaged skin; however an established tan would be fine.

Some women find that their skin is more sensitive right before and during their menstrual cycle so if you are a woman, you might want to take this effect on pain threshold into consideration when scheduling your treatment appointment(s).

No special care is needed after treatment although your practitioner may suggest some of the following:
 Light application of soothing/moisturising lotions, creams or gels to the treatment area;
 cool, moisturising mists applied as you feel necessary;
 cool water rinses or ice packs applied to the treatment area.