Solo Celluma Treatment

1 30 min treatment  | $60.00 +HST

Celluma Facial   

Starting with cleansing face, followed by light exfoliation and 30 min LED-Celluma Treatment, finishing off with a Serum for your skin type, moisturizer and ...Sunscreen.

$85 +HST  | 45 min 

The LED Glow Therapy

This treatment is designed to help with the acute phase of acne...the red, angry, flaring stage.  Collating my most effective acne protocols into one effective treatment.  Includes Cleansing, Enzyme Exfoliation, some Extractions, LED Light Therapy, Purifying Mask. No Facial Massage Included in this treatment.  Recommended 2-3 weeks apart for optimal results. 

$155 +HST | 105 min

LED was the brainwave of NASA, that emits therapeutic colors of light energy to treat specific skin concerns, aid healing and rejuvenate skin cells.  Scientifically proven to be safe and not to be confused with laser or UV rays.

The fibroblast cells in the dermis layer have the job of producing collagen (which give the skin fullness or that plumped look) and elastin (which give the skin the ability to bounce back). Thus, LED gives the cells a 'full tank of fuel' and these fibroblast cells start to produce collagen and elastin like when one was 20-25 years old.

LED is great for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving uneven skin tone, reducing pores size, and brightening the skin as well as treating acne prone skins, sensitive and Rosacea skins.

A consultation must take place prior to receiving a Celluma treatment. 


$60 +HST / 30 Mins

It is recommended that you take the following into consideration:

  • For best results and to reduce the risk of complications, it is mandatory that use the prescribed PCA skin home care products 14 days prior to your treatment.

  • DON'T go to a tanning bed two weeks prior to treatment. This practice should be discontinued due to the increased risk of skin cancer and signs of aging.

  • DON'T have another advanced skin treatment unless recommended

  • DON'T wax, tweeze or use depilatory creams for 7 days prior 

  • AVOID extended sun exposure especially in the 10 days prior to treatment.

  • AVOID getting Botox, collagen or other chemical filler injections for 5 days before your scheduled treatment.

  • DELAY use of Tretinoin, Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo, Ziana and high-percentage AHA and BHA products for approximately seven days prior to treatment. Consult your Physician before temporarily discontinuing use of any prescription medications.

  • IF you are lactating, pregnant, or may become pregnant, consult your physician before receiving any treatments.

  • Treatments may cause slight redness, tightness, peeling, flaking or temporary dryness. Most patients find it unnecessary to apply makeup, as the skin will be smooth, dewy and radiant following treatment. If you would like to apply makeup, allow approximately 15 minutes for the pH of the skin to stabilize before applying foundation.


  • Women who are pregnant should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.

  • Clients with Epilepsy or Seizures should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.

  • You must wait five days after Botox or cosmetic fillers.

  • Porphyria, lupus erythematosis, photosensitive eczema, hypomelanism (albinism), skin cancer, eye disease or retinal abnormalities.

  • Treatment must be withheld if a client is currently taking Auranofin, known as Ridaura (anti-arthritis).

  • Anyone with medically diagnosed eye disease should check with his or her ophthalmologist first before using light therapy.  Research by bio-physicist, Fritz Popp, suggests that individuals with Multiple Sclerosis are taking in too much light, inhibiting the ability of cells to function normally.  Consult your physician if you use photosensitive drugs, are pregnant, have MS, are diagnosed with eye disease or have any concerns about using photo therapy.

  • Chlorpromazine (Anti-psychotic), also know as Thorazine, Chlorpromazine HcL, Sonazine. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last eight days.

  • Griseofulvin (Anti-Fungal), also known as Grifulvin V, Fulvicin P/G, Gris-Peg. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last five days.

  • Isotretinoin (Anti-Acne), also know as Accutane. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last six months.

  • Tetracycline’s (antibiotic) also known as Helidac, Terra-Cortril, Terramycin, Sumycin, Tetracycline HcL, Bristacycline, Achromycin V, Actisite, Tetrex, Doxycycline, Ciprofloxacin. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last five days.

  • Tretinoin (Anti-Acne), also known as Retin-A, Renova, Atralin, among others. You can be treated if Tretinoin is used only at night.

  • Methotrexate (Anti-Arthritis & Anti-Cancer), also known as Methotrexate Sodium, PF & LPF, Mexate-AQ, Folex, Trexall. You can be treated if the medicine has not been taken within the last three days.

  • Amiodarone (Anti-Arrythmic), also known as Amiodarone Codarone x, Pacerone.Treatment can be administered only with your physician’s written permission

  • Any herbal supplements such as St. John's Wart

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