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Luxuriate in this spa like experience with Claribelle's 90 minute Signature Facial.

This is an ALL INCLUSIVE, CUSTOMIZED facial suited for ALL SKIN TYPES. This facial is especially beneficial if you are looking to treat acne, reduce fine lines/wrinkles, lighten hyperpigmentation, etc. whilst calming and relaxing the body & mind. 😌

***For my first time clients***
Please book this facial if you have not seen me for a facial in the past. We will discuss 1:1 about your skin goals + concerns, product recommendations, and treatment moving forward.

With the time we have together, this facial is all inclusive to a professional exfoliation (ie: enzyme, enzyme boost, microdermabrasion), extractions, hydrating mask including the most popular hydrojelly mask, facial + upper body massage, modalities to treat your skin concerns, finishing products and much more! This facial will have you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed!

 ** Modalities inclusive to:

- to tone + lift facial muscles

- non-invasive form of exfoliation

- to enhance product efficacy for optimal results

- treats all concerns from fine lines/wrinkles, acne, pigmentation, healing, and prevention)

- tone + lift facial muscles

The signature facial

Recommended every 4-6 weeks for maintenance.

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Save time getting ready from curling your lashes and applying mascara with a lash lift and tint! A lash lift is essentially a perm for your natural lashes. Skip the lash curler by getting this service! It is low maintenance compared to lash extension, and the up keep is about every 4-6 weeks. This lash lift will curl your natural lashes from the base to the tip, giving the illusion of longer, thicker lashes.


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Less talking, more time to enjoy your escape from the world. Lay back and enjoy the pure bliss of relaxation in this 90 minute luxurious facial that will bring zen into your day. This is a facial with the extra "fluff"! This facial includes a double cleanse, exfoliation, and toning of the skin. Also combined with a lymphatic drainage facial massage, and relaxing arm, foot, and décolleté massage. The paraffin hand dip + hand/arm massage feels great for those tired, dry, overworked hands. An Indian scalp massage will have you falling asleep! Finishing off with a cooling hydrojelly mask + ice globes to calm the skin. ** does NOT include extractions



What is a facial? Why do I need one?

What to do before getting a facial?

I’m pregnant, can I still get a facial?

What to expect during the facial?

What to expect after the facial?

How do I take care of my skin at home?

A facial is a professional cleansing, purifying, and relaxing treatment of the face, neck and decollete (upper chest area). Facials are great for those who are new to skincare and are interested in investing into their skin, as well as those who are tenured in the skin world. By receiving a facial, this gives a better understanding of your skin prior to suggesting more aggressive treatments.

For most people, facials can be maintained every 4 weeks, though can change if doing a treatment series. 

There are many variations of facials based on different needs, as well as different lengths of time. An express facial may be only 20-30 minutes in length, while a more luxurious version may be 75–90 minutes in length. 

Before we start your facial treatment, a comprehensive intake form will need to be filled out which should take no longer than 5 minutes - this will be sent electronically via text or email. Plan to arrive a little early to use the restroom and fill out the intake form if you haven't done so already. That way you will not feel rushed and can enjoy the entire length of your treatment. Being late to the appointment will also cut down the service time of your facial. 

Your hair will usually be held back from your face with a soft wrap or headband when we start, so please keep in mind that your hair may become damp and frizzy (especially after the relaxing Indian Scalp Massage). Toiletries such as dry shampoo, hairspray, hair ties, bobby pins will be available after the facial at the “Refreshment station”. 

There is no need to remove your makeup prior to the appointment, as it will be cleansed off during the facial.

Some key points to remember before receiving a facial: 

- No Retinol, Retin-A, AHAs, Vitamin A products 5 days prior to a facial
- Let your esthetician know if you are using any form of acne products and/or medications such as Accutane, Tretinoine, birth control, etc.
- Schedule your Botox and filler appointments at least 14 days PRIOR to facial, to avoid manipulation from the treatment during your facial.
- FEMALES: Let your esthetician know you are pregnant, trying to be pregnant, or breastfeeding
List all allergies and sensitivities you may have
- Avoid waxing at least 3 days before and after a facial but let esthetician know if facial waxing was done less than 3 days before the facial

Yes, pregnant women can still receive facials. Some services will replace appliances, instruments, and certain ingredients meant safely for pregnant clients. Please communicate in advance if you are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or breast feeding before starting the facial. 

We will go over any professional home care products that we discussed during the facial to continue the improvement in your skin following your professional treatment. This way, you will be using products that maximize benefits and prolong the effects of your treatment. I will explain how you will be using each product and the frequency of each. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have anything I can clarify or have further questions.

Facials are generally very relaxing and soothing. Depending how you want to enjoy your facial, I will explain to you what the treatment steps will be during or after the treatment. Be sure to communicate during the facial if any product burns, itches, or if you need anything or have any questions. Otherwise, just lie back and enjoy the experience! A basic facial generally includes the following steps:

- Cleansing of the skin
- Skin analysis
- Exfoliation by mechanical, enzymatic and or            chemical means
- Facial extractions, if necessary (may skip step if you’d like) of blackheads and other impurities, either manually (using gloved hands and cotton or tissue around the fingers with gentle pressure to remove the impacted pore) or using a metal extraction implement designed to clear blocked pores. This can also include the use of a lancet (a small, sharp needle to lift the dead cells of the skin prior to extraction). 
- Massage of the face, neck, upper body, arms, and scalp to aid in relaxation and stimulate blood and oxygen flow to the skin.
- Application of products targeted to your skin type (oily, dry, combination, mature, sensitive)

Immediately after a facial, your skin will be soft, smooth and well hydrated, radiating a healthy glow. However, if multiple extractions were needed or if you required a fair amount of exfoliation, your face may be somewhat rosy for a couple hours or so, depending on how sensitive your skin is. This is normal. You may put a tinted sunscreen or moisturizer to hide the redness, but please avoid wearing makeup for at least 6 hours. 

- It's normal to experience dry, flakey, possibly itchy skin after the facial due to using an enzyme pee from the facial. If this happens, do not pick or rub off skin, as this can cause hyperpigmentation/dark spots. Moisturize areas as needed throughout the day.
- Some clients may experience what is called          "purging". This is another term for “breaking out” (pimples/acne). This happens after exfoliation of the dead skin from the face, giving the opportunity for the skin to breathe . Any debris, bacteria, oil that was trapped underneath the skin will finally work its way out. Consistency with home care is very important especially after a facial to achieve the results you want.
- Avoid exfoliants from AHAs/BHAs, scrubs, for at least 5 days to avoid over exfoliation or irritation
- Avoid facial waxing for at least 5 days to avoid skin lifting from waxing
- No makeup for at least 6 hours after a facial
- Don’t wash your face for at least 6-8 hours to allow the products to work on the skin
- Reapply sunscreen throughout the day if you will be outside or near a window for a long period of time

Chemical Peels & Bootcamps

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is an acid solution that is applied to the skin to target skin concerns such as pigmentations, aging, sun damage, acne, mild scarring, evening out skin tone, and brightening of the skin. It dissolves the outermost layer of skin cells, which then peels off over the following days to reveal the new, fresher, younger layer below. The peels I perform are light or medium depth peels. Light peels require no down time from work and your normal activities while medium depth peels may require up to a week or so of down time to allow the skin to fully heal. 

What is the Depigmentation Bootcamp?

The Depigmentation Bootcamp is a 4-peel series that treats dark spots caused by melasma, hyperpigmentation from acne, and sun damaged skin in a span of 8 weeks. Unlike other TCA peels, Skin Script TCA is formulated with other lightening ingredients. This peel is much more gentle and is safe for ALL ethnicities. Please allow 45-60mins for initial appointment; 30-45 minutes thereafter. The first appointment includes a consultation with photo-documentation, treatment outline (pre booking all appointments), homecare product review followed by a 30 minute treatment. Each session in the treatment series is typically scheduled 1-2 weeks apart, unless stated otherwise. Homecare is a REQUIREMENT for the treatment series and will be INCLUDED with the treatment series price ($229 value).

What is the Acne Bootcamp?

The Acne Bootcamp is a series that consists of eight 30-60 minute treatments focused on addressing pigmentation, acne, texture and overall skin rejuvenation through the use of progressive exfoliation, enzymes, and peels. Please allow 1 hour for initial appointment; 30-60 minutes thereafter. The first appointment includes a thorough 30 minute consultation with photo-documentation, treatment outline, nutritional considerations and homecare product selection followed by a 30 minute treatment. Each session in the treatment series is typically scheduled 1-2 weeks apart, unless stated otherwise. Homecare is a REQUIREMENT for the treatment series. A full skincare regimen suited for your skincare concerns/goals is INCLUDED in the treatment price ($160 value)

How do you prepare for a chemical peel?

It is important to prep the skin with the products suggested for a chemical peel 1-2 weeks prior to performing the first treatment. This will help derive the most benefit from your treatment. I carry Skinscript’s chemical peels which are safe for all Fitzgeralds (aka skin colors) and types. 
I use this product line because they believe you can still get results by going the progressive approach versus aggressive approach (ie: fillers, botox, etc) when it comes to treating skin. 

If you are taking acne medication, Retin-A or Accutane, I highly encourage you to see your doctor about stopping the medication before (at least 1 week) and during treatment to avoid complications. Otherwise, we will need to opt for another type of facial treatment safe to perform with these medications. If you have a breakout of cold sores or fever blisters on the face before your scheduled appointment, we will need to reschedule the appointment. Avoid sun exposure or sun burning before your scheduled appointment. I will review your intake form prior to your treatment for any other contraindications to determine if a chemical peel is right for you. Be sure to answer all questions honestly and completely on your consultation form prior to your peel.

What to expect during a chemical peel?

The skin is cleansed and prepped by removing surface oils to allow the peel to penetrate the skin evenly. Any sensitive areas that cannot be treated will be protected with a thin film of petroleum jelly. Your eyes will be covered to protect them. One or more chemical mixtures will be applied, such as glycolic acid (from sugar cane), trichloroacetic acid aka TCA (similar to bleach), salicylic acid (salix-willow family), or lactic acid (from milk). The peel will be applied in layers, depending on the depth of penetration intended. The acids react with the skin to produce a “controlled wound,” allowing fresh skin to regenerate and emerge. A tingling, burning or hot sensation is normal but if unable to handle the sensations, a fan will be available for your comfort. Most peels remain on the skin only for a few minutes, and are closely watched. Some peels require a neutralizing solution to stop the activation of peels while other peels are self-neutralizing and will stop on their own. 

What do you expect after a chemical peel?

After most peels, the skin will be pink to red, and look shiny and tight. It is CRUCIAL to reapply sunscreen of SPF 30 or greater to the skin for the next 48 hours, minimum. You must also stay out of the sun, as your skin will be very sensitive to UV rays and could be damaged by sun exposure. For medium depth peels, the skin will begin to flake or peel within 2–3 days after the treatment. Sun-damaged areas of your skin will appear darker at first, then will lighten. THIS IS NORMAL. Deeper peels can produce peeling for a week or more. To assist in removing the flaking skin, an enzyme peel or light microdermabrasion treatment is sometimes scheduled a week or so after the initial peel. For maximum results, a series of peels is usually recommended, and may be necessary for treating challenging issues such as hyperpigmentation.

What to expect after a salicylic or TCA peel: 

Day 1: Pink to red skin.
Day 2: Skin looks normal but starting to look brown.
Day 3: Skin looks brown, wrinkly. This is the effect of the chemical peel; it will flake off!
Day 4: Skin is beginning to crack, and the start of peeling occurs. Do not pick.
Days 5-7: Skin is flaking and peeling off. Do not pick. New, fresh skin is revealed.
Days 8-10: Cheeks and forehead will continue to slough, but the results of the peel are being seen with fresh, healthy skin

How do I take care of my skin at home?

For the next week or two following your peel, I will recommend healing products that will soothe and nourish your skin, and aid in its recovery. Both the Acne Bootcamp and Depigmentation Bootcamp  include all aftercare products.
Usually it is best to avoid makeup during this time, to allow the skin to heal and function without interference. However, if you must wear makeup, mineral makeup will not adversely affect the skin.


What is microdermabrasion, and how will I benefit from it?

What to do before getting microdermabrasion?

What to expect during microdermabrasion?

How do I take care of my skin at home?

Microdermabrasion is a method of exfoliation, known as mechanical exfoliation, that uses a minimally abrasive instrument to gently abrade the skin by removing the thicker, uneven outer layer of dead skin cells and initiate cellular turnover.

Microdermabrasion can be helpful to treat aging and sun-damaged skin, pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores and blackheads, uneven skin tone and texture, and some types of acne and acne scarring. 

This treatment uses a diamond-tipped wand to sand and resurface the skin, combined with suction to remove the dead skin cells. Microdermbrasion will stimulate blood circulation and revitalize collagen production, which promotes younger-looking, bright, smooth and soft skin.

Microdermabrasion may be recommended for those with chemical sensitivities, pregnant clients, and can be used on most skin colors and types, although there are some contraindications.

Doing a series of treatments is recommended to see improvements of the skin. Each session is typically scheduled 1-2 weeks apart.

The procedure is noninvasive and requires little preparation. You can come to the treatment room with a clean face by removing your makeup but it is no worries if you are unable to. I will be giving you a thorough cleanse before we begin the treatment.  than 3 days before the facial

After a microdermabrasion session, fresh skin has been newly exposed. It is important to apply sunscreen (and reapply throughout the day) and to avoid direct sunlight and tanning booths following your treatment. Avoid products containing harsh chemicals, exfoliants of any kind, dyes, or perfumes until the skin has fully healed within the next several days or so. 

A microdermabrasion session normally takes from 30 min to an hour. This treatment is not painful and does not require anesthetic. The feeling of the instrument gliding on the face will feel similar to a cat licking your face. There are no side effects, and your skin will look glowing and fresh almost immediately after the treatment. Some more aggressive treatments may cause the skin to look slightly pink and tender for a few hours afterward. It is always best to refrain from wearing makeup immediately after any facial, but you may apply a tinted moisturizer or sunscreen or makeup directly after your microdermabrasion session if you wish to do so.

Lash lifts

What is a lash lift?

Essentially a perm for your natural lashes that will last 5-8 weeks on average. It is a relatively low-maintenance process that lifts and curls lashes long-term. For those looking to save time off of their morning routines, this treatment is for you. 

Who will benefit from a lash lift?

Anyone with healthy lashes can get a lash lift! Especially those with a busy lifestyle, sweat a lot from working out or in general, prefer low maintenance, and like the natural look compared to lash extensions.
Those that have thin or damaged lashes may need to use a lash serum or conditioner to strengthen the lashes before doing a lash lift. 

How long will it be until I can get another lash lift?

You may get a lift as soon as 4-5 weeks as long as your lashes are healthy and the majority of the lashes are grown out. Otherwise, most people come back 6-8 weeks. 

Can I get lash extensions with a lash lift?

A lash lift is not necessary if you will be getting a lash lift. But if you plan on getting lash extensions after receiving a lash lift, then give your lashes at least 6 weeks from your last lash lift before applying lash extensions. 

I’m pregnant, can I still get a lash lift?

Yes. Lash lifts are safe for pregnant clients. 
You will find sources that tell you there is no harm in continuing lash lifts once you've passed the first trimester. Ultimately, that decision is up to you and I encourage you to speak with your doctor if you are hesitant. 

What is the aftercare after receiving my lash lift?

Within the FIRST 24-48 hours:

- Do not get your lashes wet from swimming, washing your face, showering, sweating
- Avoid steam from saunas, hot showers and steam   rooms
- Avoid sleeping on your face
- Avoid rubbing your eyes
- Do not apply mascara
- Avoid tanning beds, sun bathing
- Do not pick the lashes
- Avoid anything that can manipulate the curl AT   LEAST 24 hours

After the first 24-48 hours, you may do everything stated above. Which is why I love lash lifts! Very low maintenance compared to lash extensions. 


Booking An Appointment

Upon booking, a payment card is required to HOLD your appointment. This card WILL NOT BE CHARGED for the service, but to reserve time in my schedule exclusively for you. The card used to book will protect my time in case of the instance the cancellation policy is not honored. Therefore, please have a form of payment ready at checkout during the time of service. 


Any cancellations or reschedules made within 24HR of appointment will be charged 50% of the overall service(s). If there is no communication after the 10 MINUTE grace of appointment, I will consider you a no show and will be charged 100% of overall service(s). The payment card used to hold appointment will be charged in the instance the cancellation and reschedule policy is not honored.  

Please be sure you are able to commit to the appointment.

*** If card declines, an invoice will be sent to you. Until this fee is paid, you will not be able to book for future services ***


Due to reserving time for the service, I allow a 10 minute grace of the appointment before considered "late". Depending the service, a $25 late fee will incur on top of the service and will use the remaining time left of appointment; OR will need to reschedule appointment, which will then result to being charged 50% of service(s) due to last minute rescheduling.