Friday, March 23, 2018

Eyebrow Microblading for Men

March 22, 2018 by  
Filed under Education, Microblading Eyebrows

Brow Microblading for Men The shaggy look in men’s eyebrows has become passé in various quarters, with some guys choosing microblading to trim and neaten their eyebrows. Could it be that they, like women, have succumbed to the pressure of media images of perfect people? Or is the metrosexual style still being embraced? Regardless of [...]

Microblading Could Be the Answer to Your Eyebrow

December 16, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Microblading Eyebrows

Microblading Could Be the Answer to Your Eyebrow Dilemma Are you one of those people who needs to have their eyebrows done up before leaving the house? Maybe you don’t want to deal with smudging or taking the time to ensure every line is in the perfect place when you’re getting ready in the morning. [...]

Microblading by Valentina

November 30, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Microblading Eyebrows

Microblading NJ Eyebrows are our most noticeable feature, whether they are arched or straight, they are one of the first thing that is noticed when talking to another person. An expression is noticed through the eyebrows. If you are not satisfied with the eyebrows you have, you can try microblading. What is Microblading? Eyebrow Microblading [...]


  What is the purpose of microdermabrasion? Does it hurt? Is it for everyone? Microdermabrasion is a highly powerful mechanical exfoliation technique that benefits many common dermal issues: congested, normal to dry skin, as well as oily, problematic skin that needs resurfacing,  draws out whiteheads and blackheads, softens fine lines and wrinkles, helps smooth coarsely [...]

Brazilian Wax During Winter in NJ- Do You or Don’t You?

We know our favorite Jersey gals are devoted Brazilian wax fans all summer long at the Jersey shore.  But when winter arrives – do you still wax or do you take a hiatus?  Many people ask if they should still continue their Brazilian wax appointments over the winter.  There are many reasons why you should [...]

How often should I get a massage?

April 8, 2012 by  
Filed under Education, Massage, NJ Day Spa

One of the more frequent questions clients ask me is “How often should I get a massage?” For most clients the minimum is one massage every 4-6 weeks but that’s for a client who is generally healthy, works out weekly, and doesn’t have an extremely stressful job/lifestyle. If you have problems with a certain area [...]

Reflexology helps with Women’s issues.

Q.    Can reflexology help with Women’s issues, specifically PMS and Menopause. A.    A study by Terry Oleson, PhD., and William Flocco Randomized Controlled Study of Premenstrual Symptoms Treated With Ear, Hand and Foot Reflexology sought to determine whether reflexology therapy can significantly reduce PMS symptoms compared to placebo treatments.  Oleson and Flocco found that this randomized controlled [...]

Will Reflexology Help Me?

January 30, 2012 by  
Filed under Education, Gift advice, Massage, Reflexology

How Reflexology can Help Me? It will not cure what ails you but may help relieve some bothersome symptoms.  By stimulating the body’s natural healing powers, reflexology can normalize body functions. Reflexology Can relieve stress and fatigue Can boost the immune system Can relieve pain Can improve circulation Can cleanse the body of toxins and [...]

Reflexology for the relief of stress

January 28, 2012 by  
Filed under Education, Massage, Reflexology

Reflexology and stress relief Q. – What are some physiological consequences of too much stress and how can reflexology relieve it? A. – Heart disease, hypertension, overeating - leading to obesity, obesity leading Diabetes and sleep disturbances are some of the consequences of too much stress.  Many nursing studies from around the world conclude that reflexology treatments [...]

Different types of reflexology

January 15, 2012 by  
Filed under Education, Reflexology

Q.    Are there different types of reflexology? A.    Yes,There are different ways of doing reflexology.  The end result is the same, so there is no right or wrong method. UNIVERSAL REFLEXOLOGY… (Ingham Method) is the basis for the way most reflexology is practiced around the world today.  With this method, pressure is applied by “thumbwalking” in which the [...]

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