frequent asked questions


Are there any restrictions to Waxing?

DO NOT schedule your first ever wax right before a big life event! If you are planning this for a wedding, pageant, competition or other big day, ALWAYS plan a test run a month before.  You need to know if you are going to have any adverse reaction to the procedure and find out how long your recovery time will be.  This also gives you and idea about how long you will go before regrowth appears. Please DO NOT schedule waxing appointments if you have any type of skin irritation on the area you want to be waxed.  Please DO NOT schedule waxing appointments if you are sick, coughing or having your menstrual period. Getting waxed during your menstrual period, makes your skin much more sensitive and the pain level will be increased. If you are on your menstrual period, just please, use a tampon. 

What is a Vajacial?

A Vajaicial is a facial for the bikini area. When waxing or shaving, ingrown hairs can become a reoccurring problem… The  Vajacial treatment is designed to remove dead skin cells, treat ingrown hairs, smooth the appearance of bumps around the bikini line, as well as maintain hydrated and healthy skin.

Vajacials are recommended to all woman who wax or shave their bikini area.

Can the Vajacial be performed on the same day as the waxing?

Vajacial is best performed at least 4 days after waxing. I do not recommend having both services done at same day as it will irritate too much the skin down under.

What is the Axila Facial?

I’s a facial for the under arm areas. This facial can help brighten, soften and smooth the underarm skin, getting rid of blackheads and ingrown hairs you might be experiencing. special mask is applied to help remove aluminum, impurities, and build-up from underarms. Many sweat-stopping formulas can leave build-up and often worrisome residue that doesn’t wash away in the shower.

Can the Axila Facial help transition to non aluminum deodorants?

Yes it can. When switching to a natural deodorant, some experience a detox period that may include excessive sweating, odor and irritation. Uniquely, this facial can help shorten and ease the transition to a natural deodorant by ridding the body of toxins and balancing the good bacteria.

What is Skin Bleaching?

Skin bleaching is a safe procedure, done for cosmetic purposes, to make the color of the area more attractive and more uniform with the surrounding area. Skin bleaching is a very popular service for both men and women.  Anal bleaching is the process of brightening the skin in the anal region. My product is commonly used in the anal region and on other intimate areas like the labia, nipples and underarms. The products are gentle enough to be used on any hyper pigmented skin on the external body.

Can Skin Bleaching be performed on the same day as with waxing?

Yes, it’s safe to perform same day as waxing.

Is it normal to have discolored intimate areas?

Yes, and it’s more common than people think. the main causes for hyperpigmentation include sun exposure, hormonal influences including pregnancy, age, skin injury and inflammation. Any area on the body that has redness from sunburn, chaffing or irritation can eventually turn brown.

How does Skin Bleaching treat hyperpigmentation?

The professional & retail products contain natural “bleaching” & brightening ingredients to either achieve 1-3 shades lighter in a few professional treatments or reduce gradually with consistent use over a longer period of time. Best results come from professional & retail products combined.  

How light will the area treated become and how many sessions do I need?

The all-natural formula will safely lighten the skin to a more even skin tone until you will not see any hypo-pigmentation. However, results vary as everyone’s skin is very different. Some clients are happy after only a few sessions as others may choose to come more times until they are satisfied with the results.

Do I need to remove the hair before Skin Bleaching?

it is highly advised to remove the hair follicle prior to treatment, which will allow for deeper product absorption to see better results.

Can Skin Bleaching be performed as I am having laser treatment?

Yes. It is recommend to perform skin bleaching 24 hours post laser.

Is Skin Bleaching safe for pregnant women?

Completely natural and safe! However, it is not recommended for use while pregnant due to heightened hormones as this is when pigmentation can be caused. For best results use after pregnancy and breastfeeding. It is best and safest to wait for all hormonal changes to return to  normal before beginning treatment.  Usually about 18 months after stopping breastfeeding.

Dermaplaning FAQs

What are the benefits of dermaplaning?

You can look forward to the ample benefits that come with dermaplaning. If you have dry, dull, acne-scarred, or aging skin, dermaplaning will offer the best results. Here are a few of the benefits
to dermaplaning:

  • Eliminates excess vellus hairs that hold oil and dirton skin
  • Increases skin cell regeneration
  • Skin exfoliation
  • Smoother, healthier skin
  • Stimulates skin cells production and collagen
  • Lightens sun damage
  • Minimizes distended pores
  • Improved appearance of acne scarring
  • Reduced hyper-pigmentation
Am I a good candidate for dermaplaning?
Many people can benefit from dermaplaning. If you’d like a brighter, healthier complexion, it’s certainly worth trying. It’s also safe if you’re pregnant and longing for a beautiful glow without the chemicals.
I discourage dermaplaning if you have active or cystic acne, thick or coarse facial hair (beard), psoriasis or eczema in the treatment area. A consultation is a great way to determine whether dermaplaning treatments are right for you.
How to prepare for dermaplaning appointment?

There are a few things you should know before your first dermaplaning treatment. Though dermaplaning is non-invasive and pain-free, you should still prepare your skin two weeks before the appointment. Preparing for the appointment properly will ensure that you receive maximum benefits from the process.  You should avoid trying dermaplaning at home with drug-store razors. A licensed practitioner should be the one providing the treatment and will give you better results. There are a few items to note when preparing for your appointment, including:

  • Avoid sun exposure: if your skin is burnt, I will not be able to work on you. Avoid the sun for two weeks
    leading up to your appointment, especially if you are prone to sunburns and redness.
  • Stop exfoliating: dermaplaning takes exfoliation to the extreme, much more than you’d be able to do yourself. So it’s best to stop exfoliating on your skin for three to five days before the appointment. If you don’t, you’ll put yourself at risk for irritation from over-exfoliation.
  • Avoid waxing: if you need to wax your eyebrows, upper lip, or chin, do it at least one week before your appointment. Though waxing is focused on terminal hairs, it also removes layers of skin
    cells on the face. Spread out your waxing and dermaplaning appointments
    to allow for enough time between the two.
  • Reschedule if you have a breakout: dermaplaning can reduce acne scars’ appearance, but it shouldn’t be done if you have active acne on your face. It’s safer to undergo dermaplaning when your skin is blemish-free, and hopefully, it will help you stay that way.

How long should I wait between dermaplaning sessions?

It’s best to allow the surface of your face to completely regenerate itself before returning for another dermaplaning treatment session. This process of skin cell rejuvenation usually takes about a month, so we recommend that patients wait four or even six weeks between treatments. It’s in your best interest to wait the recommended amount of time and allow the process of skin cell regeneration to take place, because that’s the very process that gives you such great results. By gently scraping away the top layer of skin cells, this treatment allows new skin to rise to the surface. That fresh, new skin is what gives you that glowing, dewy look.

Will my facial hairs grow back thicker?

This is one of the most frequent questions I get, and the answer is no. An old wives’ tale suggests that hair will come back thicker and darker after it’s been shaved. Rest assured that this won’t happen after dermaplaning. This treatment doesn’t influence your hair follicles or how fast your facial hair grows.

Is there any downtime after dermaplaning?

You don’t need to plan any downtime to recover from a dermaplaning treatment. You may experience redness or feel like your skin is scraped in the two or three days right after the procedure. I suggest not wearing any make up for the rest of the day of the procedure.

You may notice that your skin looks brighter immediately after you’re finished with a dermaplaning treatment, but it often takes a few days to appreciate the full results. As any redness subsides, you’ll be able to see the results more clearly in the days afterward. Results of dermaplaning aren’t permanent. The procedure claims to clear away up to three weeks’ worth of dead skin cells. After three weeks to a month, your results will have faded.

After a dermaplaning treatment, you’ll need to be extra careful about sun exposure. Sun damage could reverse the effects of dermaplaning, or create pigment blotches on your freshly uncovered skin cells. In the weeks after a dermaplaning treatment, don’t leave the house without wearing sunscreen on your face.

Is it common to experience break outs after dermaplaning?

Unfortunately, breakouts after dermaplaning happen more than you would think, and until you do the procedure, you won’t ever know how your skin will react. You can enter into an appointment expecting luscious skin afterward but end up trying to manage a breakout that seems to take forever to eliminate.

Not that the procedure itself is known to make your skin purge in any way, but there are some reasons as to why you may break out afterward.

By exfoliating the top layer of skin, fresh skin has now arisen to the surface. If you had any breakout beginning underneath, it might present itself sooner since there are fewer layers of skin for it to protrude out of. 

Also, with soft, hairless skin as smooth as a baby’s bottom, it’s pretty natural to want to feel your skin constantly. But bacteria from your hands can spread to your face’s fresh skin, potentially causing break out. Trying to keep your hands from touching your skin after the treatment is important.

What not to do after dermaplaning?

For at least  24 hours after dermaplaning, avoid any additional exfoliants, whether it is a chemical exfoliant or scrub, and avoid harsh cleansers with potent active ingredients. Avoid make up for the rest of the day of the treatment and any heavy and oily moisturizers.

Avoid anything that will clog your pores or irritate your skin further, avoid saunas, steam rooms, and exercise producing excessive amounts of sweat. You want to baby your face during this time, so think: gentle, gentle, and more gentle. 

Choose gentle facial cleansers, and use your clean hands to wash off the cleansers rather than an abrasive washcloth. Pat your face dry rather than wiping vigorously. 

Sun protection is extremely vital after dermaplaning. 

What are the benefits of pumpkin peel?

A pumpkin peel presents a gentle, soothing and hydrating solution to improve the texture of your skin. Pumpkin is rich in vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, potassium, and zinc. It’s also loaded with antioxidants that help fight free radicals, as well as hydroxyl acids and natural enzymes that exfoliate and improve skin tone. Bonus: a pumpkin peel is a refreshing and relaxing way to pamper yourself, which is never a bad thing.


If you have acne prone skin, a pumpkin peel is a great way to stimulate circulation and promote healing without the use of chemicals, which can irritate sensitive skin. The key ingredients in a pumpkin peel are formulated to penetrate deep into your pores to remove debris and dissolve dead skin cells, all while strengthening collagen beneath the skin’s surface and calming any existing flare-ups.


Ever wish you could turn back time to reveal a smoother, more youthful complexion? A pumpkin peel can help you do just that. When applied to the skin, the alpha hydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids immediately get to work exfoliating dead cells and promoting the cell renewal process, which helps younger cells come to the surface. The result is a smoother, more taut complexion that shaves years off your appearance.