A C N E
Are you suffering with acne?
Maybe you're a teenager or the parent of one who is experiencing surging hormones, lots of breakouts and haven't found a solution?
Maybe you're an adult who has never had acne before or are a lifetime acneic skin type?
Acne is a genetic and life-long condition that will take daily commitment to see results. It doesn't just clear and never come back, so you have to be diligent in trusting your esthetician, possibly changing your diet, supplements, hair and makeup products and work on habits that will allow your skin to be clear and healthy.
It's a sacrifice, it's hard work, but it's worth it!
As an acne sufferer myself, I know what it does to your self esteem, to your confidence and how it can be frustrating to find products that will help. I have had acne since I was about 12/13 and still, now in my late 20's, I still work on it. I have been able to dramatically change the amount of acne I have and I've been able to reduce a lot of hyperpigmentation I have from acne scarring, however it's still a daily task to keep up on my skin care to continue to keep my skin from regressing.
Let's get you on your way to clear skin!
Wisp Acne Program
This program will consist of a thorough consultation, services, homecare and ongoing support through the program.
During the consultation, we are going to go over the products you are currently using for your face, makeup (if any), hair and more. We are going to talk a bit about nutrition and it's role in skin inflammation. We are going to talk about what I'm seeing in your skin and go over a face map to see how that relates to overall health. We'll discuss products I'd like you to use as well and you will go home with a full regimen to begin using with instructions as well. These products may change as your skin changes, so I recommend smaller sizes to start, so you aren't wasting money on big bottles at first. Your skin may worsen before it gets better, but you have to give it your best shot and keep at it.
Treatments may include enzymes, peels, microdermabrasion or hydro-dermabrasion and more!
Our first goal is to reduce any inflammation in the skin, so typically I have a gentle approach and
up the intensity as needed. This lessens the risk of pigmentation, scarring and irritation.
Are you ready to start?