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1. Do I have to undress for massage therapy?

You are able to undress to your level of comfort. Many people prefer to keep their underwear on during a massage, while others prefer to be nude. If your problem area is your low back, hips, buttocks, or groin, tight-fitting or large underwear can sometimes get in the way of massage work. There are several types of massage therapy that can be done fully clothed. Craniosacral Massage Therapy, Bowen Therapy, and Active Isolated Stretching Therapy.

2. What if I forget to shave my legs before a massage?

Hair does not change the way you are massaged, and it doesn't change the way your body responds to the massage treatment. Men have massage therapy without shaving their legs! If not shaving your legs before a massage really bothers you, simply request that you not get your legs treated until next massage, but it's really not anything to worry about.

3.How does Lymphatic Drainage Massage speed healing after surgery?

Regular massages target the muscles, whereas lymphatic drainage massages address the skin in order to improve the efficiency of the lymphatic system. “A lymphatic drainage massage is different than getting a regular massage in the sense that long, rhythmic, wave-like strokes are used to open and then shut the lymphatics. After many surgeries the lymphatic channels are disrupted and take about two to three months to make new connections so adding a series of lymphatic massages to a patient’s post-op care routines can benefit their recovery.

This massage technique helps to reduce swelling and improve aesthetic results by decreasing congestion of the tissue because this massage moves the extra fluid towards the lymphatic tissue so that it is more quickly absorbed by the body.This process can also help prevent infection.

4. What will my skin look like after a facial?

It's not unusual for the skin to have a bit of irritation, which all depends on what type of facial and exfoliation or peels used. Skin sometimes purges a day or two after because extractions cause the skin to get rid of the toxins hanging out just below the surface. When this happens, the skin can break out in whiteheads or pimples, and it can be inflamed and red. But, a day or two after your facial... you should have glowing, hydrated, smoother, rosy skin! Facials help your skin detox and provides antioxidants to help skin glow, and be more healthy and elastic

5. Does hair waxing hurt?

Honestly, it's just the first time waxing that hurts the most, but the good news is, if you wax regularly, less hair is removed each time resulting in less discomfort!

6. What if I think my feet are too ugly for a pedicure?

First of all, your feet are not ugly! They have an important job to do... and they do it well. Regular pedicures will enhance all of the positives and make you feel better about your feet.

7. What is the hair removal called threading?

In hair removal by threading is fast and simple. A thin cotton or polyester thread is doubled, then twisted. It is then rolled over areas of unwanted hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level. Unlike tweezing, where single hairs are pulled out one at a time, threading can remove short rows of hair. It’s extremely sanitary. Nothing but the thread touches the skin, and it’s thrown away after use. It’s great for people with unruly brows. Threading has an amazing ability to be incredibly concise when it comes to removing hair. No chemicals are applied to the skin. If you’re unable to wax or use depilatories, then threading is ideal. It’s fast and it thins out the hair growth over time.