Schedule your complimentary skin care analysis with a Blush Skin Health Professional! We will utilize our skin scanner to evaluate the state of your complexion. Let’s talk about your goals so we can create a custom monthly treatment plan to get you healthy glowing skin!
What is a Skin Assessment?
Your personal Skin Care Assessment is designed to help you achieve healthy, radiant, beautiful skin. It happens through a process we call the Skin Analyzer – a unique conversational experience wherein we delve into all the important questions that get to the heart of your skin challenges, concerns, and objectives.
So go ahead – tell us your former experiences, tell us what’s happening with you now, tell us your frustrations – tell us anything. The more we know about you, the more we’re able to develop the customized solution you need. We’ll also integrate a little high-tech into the experience. For instance, we might use a skin scanner to evaluate your skin type and uncover hidden problems. After all, the most important success story is yours.
What is included in a Skin Assessment?
- Skin Care Analysis by Health Professional
- Skincare Product Review
- Skin Scanner Analysis
- Review of Current Skincare Products
- Monthly Skin Treatment Plan
- Product Recommendations
- Regiment Recommendation
Skin Health Assessment are complimentary with purchase of annual membership. Nonmembers can receive a complementary Skin Health Assessment with products or service purchase of $69.
FACIAL TREATMENTS Q&A
Medical grade facials use medical and natural corrective measures to revitalize skin that has endured many years of stress. Perhaps best of all, most of these treatments require little or no recovery period, although skin may appear red in color for several hours after the treatment. Note: After your treatment, refrain from applying pressure or hot water to the treated area within 48 hours of the procedure. SPF and facial moisturizers are advised to keep your skin healthy after the treatment.
Microdermabrasion is a non-chemical, non-invasive procedure that uses a spray of microcrystals to remove the outermost layer of dry, dead skin cells and reveal younger, healthier- looking skin. Does your skin look tired and dull? Are you beginning to notice fine lines and wrinkles? Then try microdermabrasion for a revitalized, fresh, glowing complexion.
Microdermabrasion is an intensive, medical-grade skin exfoliation treatment, which smoothes and removes the top outer layer of skin. It is performed using natural wands that exfoliate the skin, reducing the visibility of wrinkles, lines, scars, and other imperfections and signs of aging. The microdermabrasion process also helps to encourage the production of collagen, which keeps skin firm and young-looking. At Blush, state-of-the-art, skin technology is used to make the dermabrasion wand gentler than ever before.
Note that for some people, microdermabrasion is so effective that it may be considered a functional alternative to BOTOX or dermal filler treatments, especially if you don’t like needles – many people find the prospect of deep, gentle exfoliation far more appealing!
Best of all, you should notice some improvement straight away; however, Blush recommends monthly treatments for optimum results.
The full list of cautions and contraindications are discussed during your face-to-face consultation, prior to the treatment session. There is no recovery period, although skin may appear red in color for several hours after the treatment. After the treatment, you should not apply pressure or hot water to the treated area within 48 hours of procedure. SPF and facial moisturizers are advised to keep your skin healthy after the treatment.
A chemical peel is a body treatment using chemical solutions that smoothes the texture of skin. It causes dead skin to slough off and eventually peel off. This results in skin regeneration which is usually smoother and less wrinkled. This normally takes place 24 hours after the peel and lasts for 2-3 days. Although your skin may appear red after the treatment, there is no recovery or downtime needed after getting a chemical peel. You can resume your normal daily activities right after getting the treatment. (Just don’t apply pressure or hot water to the treated area within 48 hours of the procedure. And, avoid direct sunlight; use SPF and facial moisturizers to keep your skin healthy.)
Don’t worry! Chemical peels are not painful, although you may feel a hot, itchy sensation once your skin comes in contact with the solution. This is completely normal and should subside quickly.
When you schedule your free consultation with our Blush skin advisors, we will discuss all the possible side effects, cautions, and contraindications with you. We will make sure you have all the information you need before deciding on getting the treatment done.
“Pigmentation” is defined as, “the coloring of a person’s skin, especially when abnormal or distinctive.” Generally, your skin pigmentation is determined by the production of melanin in your body. Genetic factors will determine your overall pigmentation but uneven splotches may appear on your skin as a result of environmental factors such as sun exposure or health conditions. Darker pigmentation is referred to as hyperpigmentation and lighter pigmentation is referred to as hypopigmentation.
Hyperpigmentation is a condition in which patches of skin become darker than the surrounding skin. It occurs when there is an overproduction of melanin, resulting in a “patchy” appearance.
Exposure to sunlight is a major source of hyperpigmentation and may cause existing spots to darken. Rashes can also leave dark spots and hyperpigmentation also may be a side effect of taking birth control pills.
Blush offers a variety of treatments from medical-grade facials to laser procedures to target hyperpigmentation. All are safe for all skin colors and types. Additionally, Blush Blends, our customized medical-grade home skin care line, can be formulated for the treatment of hyperpigmentation. Blush’s professional skin advisors will work with you to create the right product for your skin!
Skin hypopigmentation, or lightening of the skin’s color, results from a reduction in melanin production. If you’ve had an infection, blisters, burns, or other trauma to your skin, you may have lost some pigmentation in the affected area. The good news, depending on the underlying cause of your hypopigmentation, is that your condition successfully can be treated.
Blush combines color protective lasers to effectively treat hyper- and hypopigmentation. Your Bluish skin advisor also can create a custom-formulated, skin care treatment at our Blush Bending Bar to help you reach and maintain your desired goals at home.