Touch & Glow Studio
LIPO-LIGHT CARE AND MAINTENANCE
What do I need to do before and after my treatment?
Do not drink tea, coffee or alcohol before or after treatment and drink plenty of water after treatment. Do not eat for at least 2 hours before or after treatment.
In order for the released fat to be burned off and not re-stored in the body, it is essential that clients are able to exercise or receive muscle stimulation following each treatment.
How long do treatments last?
Treatments take 30 minutes. However, the first appointment will be longer to allow for completion of forms and measuring.
How many treatments will I need?
Results can usually be seen after two treatments. However, for maximum results, a course of 6-10 treatments is recommended. These are usually taken twice per week over a 4-5 week period.
I have several areas from which I wish to remove fat - can I do them all at once?
No. With Lipo-Light you want to target specific areas such as belly fat, arms etc for your sessions. You will have more effective results this way as we can target the proper lymphatic elimination areas and produce better fat loss results. Once you complete an area, you may do additional courses to reduce excess fat in other areas.
Will it work on me?
Only 3% of people treated have shown minimal results – you can expect to lose 2 cm to 6 cm over the 6-12 treatments program.
Are there any risks involved and does it hurt?
There are no risks and it does not hurt, it is a non-evasive treatment.
Is it effective after having a child?
Lipo-Light is very effective on new moms who are not breastfeeding.
Is maintenance required?
This is optional depending on your size and the results achieved. The results are permanent but many clients like to have touch-up sessions every month or so.
How long before I see results?
The inch loss can be seen immediately but further inch loss can occur during the day
LASH EXTENSION FAQ'S
CARE & MAINTENANCE
How do I take care of my lash extensions?
Exposure to excessive steam, water and oil will make lashes shed more quickly.
Be gentle with your lashes; do not pull on the extensions or rub the eyes excessively.
Ask your Lash Stylist if they carry Protective Coating. They can apply Protective Coating on your new lashes to preserve the look and extend the life of your Lashes. This coating also gives the lashes a wonderful shine!
We recommend getting a touch up every two to four weeks to maintain maximum fullness of your lashes.
Can I swim, shower, exercise, or visit a spa while wearing lash extensions?
You can enjoy these lashes with little need to adjust your lifestyle. Provided you follow the simple maintenance instructions. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU LET YOUR LASHES DRY FOR 24 TO 48 HRS. Treat the lashes with care they will last through the natural lash life cycle and fall off with the natural lash, not before. You can swim, shower and spa as usual so long as these activities are not engaged in excessively.
A competitive swimmer who is constantly in the chlorinated water may lose some lashes earlier than the average person as may someone who gets very frequent facials (weekly) or goes into the steam room daily. Doing an above average level of activities related to heat or constant water exposure may weaken the adhesive bond causing some early lash loss.
Do I need to use any special products on my Lashes?
There are no products that are required to be applied to the lashes. Optionally, consumers can use Protective Coating which acts as a sealer on the adhesive creating an even stronger bond to the natural lash.
How often should I get touch-ups?
A natural lash typically sheds every 20 to 30 days and is replaced with the growth of a new eyelashes. Since Lashes are applied one by one to each individual hair, after 2-3 weeks, approximately 1/3 of the lashes will have cycled out. At this point, touch ups are required to replace the lashes that have completed their life cycle. Touch ups generally take a short time and are relatively inexpensive.
What do I do if I want them removed?
As the natural lashes cycle out and shed, lashes will shed with them. Never try to remove eyelash extensions on your own. Damage can be caused by pulling the extensions off with the natural lash, removing the natural lash before it is ready to shed. Please call you lash stylist so they can be removed properly.