Microblading FAQ

• If you have an existing brow tattoo a photo must be sent to 480-608-9106 prior to your appointment.

• Please wait at least 6 weeks since your last chemical peel to have your brows microbladed.

• Botox must be done a minimum of 2 weeks prior to your microblading appointment.

• Discontinue the use of Retinol/Retin A/Glycolic Acid/AHA/BHA/lactic acid products 2 weeks prior to your appointment.

• No waxing or tinting at least 3 days prior to your appointment.

• Upstain from alcohol and caffeine at least 24 hours before your procedure.

• Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Fish oils, Vitamin E, or IBUprofen 24 hours before the procedure as it can result in poor pigment retention and/or excessive bleeding.

• Do not work out on the day of the procedure.

• Do not tan or have a sunburned face coming into your appointment.

• Please note that you will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.

• If you have ANY medical conditions or had chemo/radiation or will be receiving treatments please contact us prior to your appointment.

• Please bring in any reference or inspiration photos you would like to.

• Dress comfortably and relax!

• Your brow artist will go over your brow goals with you. This is where you can go over any problem areas you’d like to address and your desired shape. Your artist will also discuss any feedback or advice they have.

• We will take a before picture, cleanse and sanitize your brow area and begin the mapping process.

• Numbing cream will be applied to the brow area and takes about 20-30 minutes to take effect.

• Microblading procedure begins and takes 1-1.5 hours.

• In the hours following your procedure your brows will appear much darker and bolder than they will heal due to oxidation in the surface layer of your skin. Your brows could also appear warmer in color. You may experience some redness or swelling around the treated area. This typically disappears within 48hrs.

• Around day 3 you may notice some flaking on the treated area, do not pick at it, doing so can result in loss of pigment.

• Brows may appear spotty or patchy until the entire Brow has finished healing.

• You may notice that some areas may appear very light or even have lost pigment entirely after they have peeled, the epidermis will be thicker causing muting, hiding, or diffusing of pigment underneath. The epidermis will normalize over the next 4-6 weeks and softened pigment should appear more clearly on the surface of the skin.

• At 4-6 weeks your brows will be fully healed. Whatever pigment that does not return will be addressed at your touch-up appointment or if you’d prefer darker, bolder brows we can always add more color or dimension during that appointment.

Day 1: Every 2 hours, wipe your brows with distilled water and gauze.

Day 2-10: Apply a thin, breathable layer of ointment with a Q-tip 2 times a day.

• Gently wash the area with mild soap and water with fingertips every morning and night.

• Do not use a washcloth or anything too abrasive to your tattoo.

• Do not pick or scratch your tattoo.

• Avoid hot tubs, steam rooms, pools, and the ocean during the healing process.

• Avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds for 2 weeks.

• Avoid sweaty exercises for 1 week.

• No makeup should be applied to brows during healing.

• Cosmetic tattooing is designed to fade over time but will not completely go away since it is a tattoo. Factors such as skin type, lifestyle, aha, metabolism, medications, and pigment color affect the longevity of the ratio. The sun and some kinds of lighting (tanning beds) can affect the rate at which these pigments are broken down.

• Touch up your brows every 12-18 months (as needed). Touch-ups are normal and expected for permanent cosmetics.

*** Please note that final results may vary and cannot be guaranteed due to the nature of the skin as it heals. A follow-up appointment is recommended 6-10weeks where we can assess your pigment retention and make any changes necessary.

• Oily skin – increased oil production can cause hair strokes to blur and heal lighter and powdery.

•Smoking – smokers may notice that their semi-permanent cosmetic will fade faster

• Anemia and Iron Deficiency – your Brody will absorb these iron-based pigments more quickly

• Sun Exposure – Increased exposure to the sun will cause premature fading.

• Age and Metabolism – The faster your metabolism the faster the pigment may fade.

• Bleeding during the procedure – excessive bleeding during your procedure will greatly affect how your body retains the pigment. While some may be out of your control it’s important to follow all before-care instructions to help minimize bleeding. This includes avoiding blood-thinning medications, alcohol, and caffeine 24hrs before your procedure.

5% Lidocaine is used to make you comfortable during your procedure. However, pain tolerance varies from client to client. Having the procedure during your mensural cycle may increase sensitivity. Most people report little to no discomfort during the procedure.

I require that anyone who has had their brows tattooed previously by another artist text me a photo before booking. This way I can discuss your best options. Any client coming to me from a different artist is considered a new client, with full prices.

Yes! All brow procedures require 2 sessions. Touch-ups are NOT included in the initial price and should be done between 6-10 weeks after the initial procedure. We will assess your pigment retention and make any needed adjustments at the touch-up appointment.

Laser Hair Removal FAQ

One of the breakthrough benefits of the Motus AZ+ is that it is safe and effective for light to dark skin types. Whether you have fine, light hair or a darker skin tone, the Motus AZ+ can be used to target and permanently remove unwanted hair. The Motus AZ+ may also be used with tanned skin. What makes Motus AZ+ different from other lasers for hair removal? The three main differences between the Motus AZ+ and other technologies for laser hair removal are three main differences between the Motus AZ+ and other technologies for laser hair removal are:

1)Total comfort

2) Speed and effectiveness of the treatment and

3) Use across skin types. The Motus AZ+ eliminates the trade-offs that come with other laser hair removal options.

One of the major benefits of the Motus AZ+, is that the Moveo technology eliminates the discomfort of typical laser hair removal. Most people only feel a warming sensation making the experience a highly comfortable one.

If you have light brown to dark hair, yes. Please note that light blonde hair may not be a good candidate. If you have light blonde please reach out so we may schedule a consultation.

With laser hair removal, you are provided with the ability to maintain a shaver-free lifestyle for a longer span of time. By removing the first layer of follicles from your skin, those that remain grow back sparser and less frequently. Patients can typically begin to see results as early as 6 weeks after their treatments, and many patients even begin seeing longer-lasting results during their second treatment. The best candidates for laser hair removal are people with light skin and dark hair, but all other patients can have successful results with the laser hair removal procedure.

Yes, Laser hair removal is a popular and safe way to make unwanted facial and body hair a thing of the past. It’s one of the best methods for completely removing hair, and also the most expensive, so it can be a difficult decision to decide if it’s right for you. Don’t fret! Laser hair removal does work very well – so well that in the many years since lasers are FDA-approved, they have been proven safe with over 6 million treatments performed.

Laser hair treatments take 10 to 60 minutes in length. Treatment times vary widely based on 2 factors; body part and hair color.

Yes, Laser Hair Removal is effective on people with deeper complexions. Hundreds of women and men have trusted us with their hair removal. Come visit us, call, or email for a fast, free consultation.

You must shave the hair on the area of treatment. If you are NOT shaved your appointment will be canceled and a fee will apply

Do NOT wax, tweeze, or use depilatories for 4 weeks prior to the start of treatment and during your series of laser hair reduction. Once the hair has been taken out, there will be no follicle for the laser to target

Avoid sun exposure for 2 weeks prior to treatment and use SPF 30 daily to ensure coverage against UVA and UVB rays

Avoid tanning beds and self-tanning products for 2 weeks prior to treatment and after treatment – Discontinue use of Tretinoin type of products (such as Renova, Tretinoin, Retin-A, Retin-A Micro, Tri-Luma, Solage, etc.) or Hydroquinone at least 2 or 3 days prior to treatment

Medications that are sun sensitive will also make you sensitive. Please disclose any medications that you may be taking to the technician

If you have a history of cold sores, consider using prophylactic treatment of Valtrex or similar medication no later than the day prior to your treatment

Longevity of Botox/Dysport and fillers done any time within 6 months prior to face treatment may be affected. Injectable treatments done within 2 weeks prior to laser treatment are not recommended

*Remember: Laser hair reduction is never 100%. Industry standards are 75% to 90% reduction in the hair. Not all hair follicles will be destroyed. Hormones or medications can cause hair to grow back

No shaving for 48 hours after treatment.

Avoid exfoliating for 7-10 days

No cream, lotions, or deodorant until the heat subsides

You may experience small red bumps around the follicle. This is normal and expected. Do not pick, rub or scratch these areas until it has cleared. Your skin overall may be sensitive for several days following your laser treatment

Avoid working out, hot showers, sunbathing, steam rooms, or anything that can raise core body temperature for 48 hours after your treatment

No sun exposure for the duration of the treatments

No intercourse for 48 hours if treatment is in the genital area

Use SPF 30+ throughout the treatment

Although rare, and not expected, please call our office if there are any blisters or burns.

** Note ** – Do not expect your hair to “not grow back” after a single session. Laser hair removal is a process – It can take several weeks for the hair to “fall out” (push up and out of the follicle.) This time frame is normal

Lash Extensions FAQ

• Since you’ll want to avoid any contact with water for 48 hours after your appointment, showering before your appointment will help eliminate unnecessary contact.

• Avoid caffeine at least 2 hours before your appointment to decrease lash fluttering.

• Since your eyes will be closed during the application of your eyelash extensions, to avoid any discomfort, it is always suggested that contacts are removed allowing eyes to be comfortable in a natural and rested state.

• Please avoid wearing eye makeup products (especially mascara) since that will need to be removed prior to the lash application process. Coming to your appointment with a clean face will save time and eliminate the need for your lash stylist to remove your eye makeup.

• Please bring in any reference or inspiration photos you would like.

• Dress comfortably and relax!

• Your lash artist will go over your lash goals with you and give you any advice on what service will be needed to achieve your desired look.

• Your lash artist will take a before picture, cleanse your lashes, and begin the service!

• The service can take anywhere from 1-3 hours depending on the look you are going for.

• Avoid getting them wet for up to 24 hours after application.

• Avoid sweating for 24 hours.

• Avoid rubbing or touching your eyes.

• Cleanse with eyelash cleanser at least every other day.

• For oilier skin types, cleanse lashes morning and night.

• If you wear eye makeup cleanse your lashes every night.

• Brush through your eyelash (when they’re dry) in the morning with a lash spoolie.

• Do not use oil-based products around or on the eyes.

• Avoid sleeping on your face.

• Do not curl your lashes.

• Avoid mascara, especially waterproof.

• Stay up to date on your lash fill (every 2 weeks).

• With proper home care, you should retain over 50% of your lashes for 2-3 weeks.

• We recommend getting a fill every 2 weeks for best results.

Brow Laminations FAQ

• Do not apply Retin A, aha or exfoliate the brow area for 72 hours before or after the treatment.

• We recommend not trimming your brow hairs

• No self-tanner products should be used on the face for at least 48 hours post-treatment.

• Dress comfortably and relax!

• Your specialist will go over any brow goals with you. This is where you can go over any problem areas you have and what you would like your desired outcome to be.

• Your specialist will take before pictures and cleanse the brow area.

• The lamination solution will be applied and the service takes around 30 minutes.

• When the service is finished we will take after pictures and apply a moisturizing balm to your brows.

• We are chemically treating the brow hairs so it is normal for the brows to feel slightly dry post-procedure.  This is why we apply the balm to your brows after.

• Brow hairs may look “stuck” to the skin immediately after the procedure, this is also normal and it will take a few days for the hairs to fluff out.


Keep freshly laminated brows free from all water, steam and sweat for the first 24 hours.

Why? The shiny solution we apply at the very end has to stay in tact to bond all of the hairs in the proper place. Any disruption from brushing, sleeping on your face, getting wet, or sweating can cause hairs to move into a kinky, curly formation and then they’ll be permed that way for up to 12 weeks!

After that, you may treat them like your normal brows and it’s super low-maintenance!

• Do not wet your eyebrows for 24-48 hours

• Avoid touching the brow area at the risk of transferring oils

• Do not apply makeup to the brows for 24 hours post-treatment

• Apply Brow Balm daily (we suggest before bed).

• Comb the hairs into place each day.


Brush brows “up and out” daily — especially after sleep, after shower while hairs are wet, and anytime they get out of place.

It’s important to know that even the most perfectly flipped / permed hairs are NOT going to just stay up by themselves. Just like our head hair, brows still need to be styled, brushed, and encouraged into the place we want them to lay.

Sometimes we get fun messages from new clients that think their brow flip “didn’t work” — when they send us a pic, their brows literally just needed to be brushed up 🙂

Use a Brow Gel — or other brow hair styling product. Again, just like head hair, a styling product is going to work to keep your flipped hairs in place all day long.

We personally recommend our Tinted Peptide Brow Gel! Brow gels do a couple jobs at once — adding density, dimension, and color while also molding hairs.

If you are applying powder, pomade, pencil, or tinted gels, always top off with Clear Gel at the very end! This will lock in the color and create the perfect, healthy shine 🙂

• Lamination results will vary from client to client but in most cases last upwards to 8 weeks.

Once the brow hairs have completed their growth cycle, clients can repeat the procedure again.

• We recommend waiting 6-8 weeks in between lamination appointments.  

For a permanent makeup procedure no sooner than 2 weeks post brow lamination.  If you just had permanent makeup, they must wait a minimum of 4-6 weeks to have their brow lamination procedure.

Facials FAQ

If you’ve never had a facial at Everyday Beauty, we will have you fill out a short health questionnaire to help guide your esthetician in choosing the best products for your skin type. You will meet your esthetician, and she will escort you to your treatment room. Depending on the type of facial you may get a robe to cover up with, so you can take off as much clothing as you are comfortable with. For all our 90min facials your esthetician needs access to your face, neck and shoulders, so removing your shirt is a must. If you are wearing a bra, you can leave it on just make sure to pull your straps down. Lastly, relax! A facial is meant to be relaxing and stress free. Do not sweat it if you do not follow these tips completely. These are just our recommendations and tips to make sure you get the best treatment while you are with us. Enjoy!

Chemical peels effectively exfoliate your skin on a deep level, and unlike a superficial mask, chemical peels perform a penetrating clean that delivers immediate results for skin problems such as pigmentation, aging, acne, and sun damage.

Because they can be an intense skin treatment, it’s important to ensure that your skin is well prepared prior to your procedure. Here are some tips on how to get your mind and skin ready for this treatment.

It’s very important to be prepared for your peel, as the process often entails specific and timed instructions. To avoid unwanted irritation and side effects, and to maximize the benefits of your treatment, you must prepare your skin beforehand.

Disclose any medication use. It’s important to tell your skin care professional about any medications you are using. Depending on this information, your skin care specialist might recommend you temporarily stop your dosage so it doesn’t interfere with the success of your procedure.

Don’t exfoliate. Since a chemical peel is an in-depth exfoliation, it’s important that you don’t exfoliate for at least 1 week before your appointment. In addition, watch out for ingredients in your daily skincare products that may have an exfoliating effect. If you use such products prior to your treatment, you could cause damage to your skin.

Refrain from using makeup. You want as little dirt on your face as possible before your peel, so take a break from wearing makeup for a few days before your treatment and let your skin detox!

Avoid the sun. Most chemical peels respond better to skin that isn’t skin-damaged, so make an effort to avoid the sun as much as possible prior to your treatment, and if you are outside, make sure to wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunblock (at least SPF 30). This includes tanning beds.

Stay hydrated. Your skin should be well-hydrated on the day of your chemical peel. Make sure you stop using any products that dry out your skin a few days prior to your appointment and remember to drink lots of water.

If you are regent or nursing Consult your OB/GYN before receiving any treatment

Delay the use of certain products It is recommended to delay the use of any tretinoin, Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo, Ziana, and high percentage AHA and BHA products for approximately five days prior.

For two days post-procedure or seven days after receiving MD Peel:

Stay as cool as possible. Overheating internally can cause hyperpigmentation.

Do not put the treated area directly into a hot shower spray.

Do not use hot tubs, steam rooms, or saunas

Do not go swimming

Do not participate in activities that would cause excessive perspiration

Do not use loofahs or other means of mechanical exfoliation

Do not direct a hair dryer onto the treated area.

Do not apply ice or ice water to the treated area.

As with all peels and treatments, it is recommended that makeup not be applied the day of the treatment, as it is ideal to allow the skin to stabilize and rest overnight.

To minimize side effects and maximize results, use The Prost-Procedure Solution for three to five days or until flaking has resolved.

If the skin feels tight, apply ReBalance for normal to oily skin types or Silkcoat Balm for drier skin types to moisturize as needed. For maximum hydration, you can apply Hyaluronic Acid Boosting Serum under ReBalance or Silkcoat Balm.

Moisturizer should be applied at least twice a day but can be used more frequently for hydration and to decrease the appearance of flaking.

It is recommended that other topical, over-the-counter medications, or alpha hydroxy acid products not be applied to the skin seven days post-procedure, as they may cause irritation.

Avoid direct sun exposure and excessive heat. Do not use tanning beds at least two weeks post-procedure.

Do not pick or pull on any loosening or peeling skin. This could potentially cause hyperpigmentation

Do not have another treatment until your clinician advises you to do so.

If you have never had a facial before or it has been a while since you have, you may not know what to do the week before your appointment or even the day of. It is not a difficult process to prepare for your facial, but there are a few tips you should follow to ensure you get optimum, long-lasting results from your facial treatment.

Wear clothing that is comfortable. We recommend wearing clothing that is easy to change in and out of.

Wear your make-up. Or don’t. Either way, your esthetician will cleanse your skin as part of any of our facial treatments.

Skip any strong at-home facial treatments the week before your appointment and any exfoliation treatments a few days prior. Your esthetician will be providing this crucial step as part of your facial treatment.

Stay out of the sun and away from tanning for five days before your facial. Sun damage and skin do not mix and should always be avoided, but especially before your service.

Know the names of the skin care products you are using at home. Bring a list if you need to so you can discuss it with your esthetician. Having these details will help the esthetician make recommendations for products you may want to add or delete from your at-home routine.

Let your esthetician know of any medications, medical conditions, and/or past skin conditions you may have had. Even over-the-counter medications can affect your skin, so it is good for them to know what may be contributing to your concerns and the way your skin reacts to certain products.

Are you getting your skin ready for a big event? If you’ve never had a facial before and don’t know how your skin will respond, our licensed estheticians recommend scheduling an appointment about six weeks in advance with a follow-up appointment closer to your event date. This way you have time to address any negative skin reactions and get the maximum results from your service. Don’t have that much time? That’s okay. Our experienced staff can recommend a service that will help you put your best face forward.

Be prepared to discuss your skin concerns and what your goals might be. Your esthetician is a licensed expert in skin and skin care so they will help you with a specific regime of treatments and products to achieve your goals.

RF Microneedling FAQ

Virtue RF combines microneedling with RF technology administered at an exact depth suited to prevent tearing or damage to the skin’s surface while penetrating deep enough to generate collagen and elastin production to tighten and lift your skin.

Microneedling works by applying sterile microneedles deep into the dermis of the skin. These needles 1) create microscopic channels that stimulate the natural production of collagen and 2) deliver radio-frequency heat energy at the desired depths to promote remodeling of collagen and elastin that tightens and lifts the skin.

VirtueRF microneedles are driven into the skin using the exclusive robotic precision delivery (RPD) system. The insertion is so exact that it creates no tearing or trauma to the skin (unlike microneedling pens or other RF microneedling systems that can scratch the skin causing pain, blood and sebum in the channels, and mixed outcomes). Your provider may apply numbing cream prior to the treatment for added comfort depending on the area of concern.

The length of a treatment depends on the area being treated and the protocol being followed. Typically, a full face treatment will take 30 minutes.

One of the key benefits of a VirtueRF treatment is that there is no social downtime. The skin may appear red for a few hours but the exclusive post-care regimen works to soothe the skin so most will only notice a post-treatment tightening and glow to their skin. Your provider may recommend no make-up for 24hrs and of course, it’s always important to use sun protection.

A benefit of RF Microneedling is that the collagen you build is your own so results are natural, immediate and will continue to improve with time. It can take up to 4-6 weeks until the full benefits are apparent.

VirtueRF is a truly ageless procedure. It is used as a preventative and a corrective treatment for patients with light to dark skin types. It is important to talk to your provider about any concerns you might have before your VirtueRF treatment.

Most providers will recommend a series of three to four treatments, spaced 4 to 6 weeks apart. To maintain results, a treatment every six months is recommended.

Avoiding certain medications, such as topical antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs (ibuprofen, Motrin, Advil), or blood thinners for a certain period before treatment

Limiting excessive or unprotected sun exposure

Avoiding applying exfoliants or retinoids to treatment areas

Shaving before the day of treatment rather than day of to minimize skin irritation

3-7 days heal time depending on treatment settings and passes.

No makeup for 24 hours.

Light sloughing of skin.

Redness and swelling can be expected.

Patients might see where the microchannels were made, this is normal, don’t pick!

No acids, retinols, or exfoliants for 7-10 days.

No heat or working out for 24 hours.

Growth Factors / peptides, laser calming gel, and HA can be applied after.

No sun exposure 3 weeks prior and post-treatment.

SPF 30+ daily.

Pigmented Lesions FAQ

Brown and Red Spots


Sun Damage

Spider Veins


Rosacea (enlarged facial blood vessels)

Pigment Imperfections

Intense Pulsed Light that emits multiple wavelengths into the skin and effectively targets pigment producing cells below the surface of the skin. The light energy is converted to heat energy and destroys the hyperactive melanin producing cells in the layers of your skin, eventually dispersing pigmented areas. The spots are pulled to the surface, eventually turning into a coffee-ground-like texture that eventually flakes off revealing beautiful, radiant skin beneath.

Those with a higher Fitzpatrick score, those with a tan and those with melasma are not good candidates. Because the light rays are attracted to pigment, darker skin tones can actually become discolored and melasma patches can become darker.

For best results, 3-5 treatments are typically recommended, about four weeks apart.








Moveo delivery is the technological breakthrough that made the Deka Motus AZ+ devices synonymous with pain-free Moveo technology was developed to deliver pain-free services for pigmented lesion, skin revitalization, and diffused vascular lesions with the Nd:YAG 1064nm laser.

Moveo technology uses simple, continuous movements over a small area gradually delivering a precise dosage of energy to the targeted tissue without damaging the surrounding skin. The cooled sapphire tip on the Motus AZ+ makes treatments safe and completely comfortable for the patient.

Sun protection and skin care maintenance are essential to the longevity of the results. Sunburns and over exposure will bring back old spots and freckles and dullness will return if proper exfoliation during daily routines are neglected. A new series of treatments are recommended every year for optimal results.

Your laser tech will thoroughly cleanse your skin, it is recommended to come without makeup. After the skin is clean, the laser tech will apply a cool gel to your skin, which enhances the effect of the light waves. The laser tech moves the laser over the skin in a grid-like pattern, flashing the light about every centimeter. Depending on your need, the tech may go over the area multiple times.

After the treatment, the tech will again clean the skin, removing the gel. You will likely be slightly red and puffy, but there is no significant down time. You are free to reapply make up right away and return to your normal skin care routine. Be sure to stay out of the sun for at least the next week and be consistent in sunscreen application.

As with any aesthetic treatment, there are risks, however, this is why you should only trust an experienced and licensed laser tech. Clients with melasma will experience a darkening in those areas and should not be treated. Those who have been on a strong antibiotic or Accutane should not receive treatment until six months after the last treatment.

Spider Veins FAQ

This treatment is to help reduce or eliminate any cosmetic spider veins (Telangiectasia’s), Cherry Hemangioma’s, or other pesky vascular lesions by coagulating the blood and shutting down the vessel. This procedure does is not indicated for the treatment of varicose veins.

No sun exposure in the treatment area 3 weeks prior to appointment.

Our Spider Vein Reduction treatments run in time increments. Your provider will be able to estimate how much time is necessary for your concerns!

There is little to no heal time with this treatment!

After your appointment we expect you to keep the areas treated out of the sun 3 weeks post or the duration of your treatments. Icing and wearing compression garments are optional.


PHYSIQ targets tissues and muscle with its unique STEP technology. STEP programs are customized sequences of timed phases of deep heat and muscle stimulation. The deep heat phase from PHYSIQ’s super luminescent diode matrix (SDM) targets tissue while electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) creates muscle contractions to re-educate the muscle in the targeted area.

BEFORE your PHYSIQ treatment, if necessary, you will want to shave the targeted area. If area is not shaved your appointment will be canceled and a fee will apply. It’s a good idea to increase your water intake prior.

PHYSIQ has four independent applicators that can deliver both heat and EMS. Your provider will place up to four applicators spaced along the desired area and secure them with a PHYSIQ band.

DURING your treatment you may feel warmth at the applicator site and you will feel muscle contractions during the EMS phases. Should you feel discomfort, you may use the patient control button which adjusts the energy modulation without impacting the effectiveness of the treatment.

AFTER your treatment, it is important to massage the area with body lotion.

The area(s) may feel warm for a few hours post treatment. Strenuous exercise and activities that raise your body temperature should be avoided for at least 48 hours.

Yes, if you have purchased more than one area. PHYSIQ has four applicators which may be used in sets of two on multiple areas. A maximum of three areas may be treated in one day.

The length of treatment will depend on the area being treated but on average, treatments are thirty minutes.

The recommendation is 4-5 sessions with each session spaced one week apart. EMS may be used alone to maintain results after full STEP sessions. However, everyone is different so it is important for you to talk to your provider about those areas you’d like to target and your goals.

First, the deep penetration of heat combined with sapphire cooling at the skin’s surface leads to only a minimal increase in the temperature of the epidermis. This allows the patient to be comfortable without sacrificing efficacy. Next, the cycling between heat and EMS with STEP ensures the optimal temperature is reached and maintained throughout the treatment. Lastly, patients have a control button to make any adjustments for comfort without impacting the efficacy of the session.

Pacemaker / Internal Defibrillator / Auxiliary Electric Organs – Pregnant

– Cardiac Issues

– Phlebitis or blood clots

– Cancer

– Epilepsy

– Active Hernia

– Copper IUD

– Psychiatric or Psychosomatic Illness

– Hypertension / Abnormally High Blood Pressure

– Skin Infections / Open Wounds in treatment area – Metal implants in the treatment area

– Avoid Head / Neck / Chest areas


– Diabetes

– Thyroid Hyperfunction / Endocrine Syndromes

– History of Cancer

– Hepatic or Kidney insufficiency

– High Cholesterol

– Repaired Hernia

4-6 MONTHS PRIOR-Suspend accutane use

2-4 WEEKS PRIOR-Avoid sun exposure

7 DAYS PRIOR-No aspirin

3-4 DAYS PRIOR-Proper H20 intake

DAY OF TREATMENT- Skin lightening products absent, Treatment area to be clean shaven. IF you are NOT shaved your appointment will be canceled and a fee will apply No spray tan, lotion, deodorant or makeup

Self-massage the treated area with the PHYSIQ post-care lotion using significant pressure immediately post treatment for at least 2 minutes and 2x/day throughout your entire series.

Good hydration is always a healthy habit, especially after a PHYSIQ treatment. Increasing water intake before and after will help flush the lymphatic system.

Limit your alcohol consumption for 3-4 days post treatment. Decrease your alcohol intake overall to maximize results.

A gentle walk or light exercise are beneficial post treatment, however, strenuous exercise should be avoided for at least 48 hours. Other activities that elevate body temperature (hot tubs, saunas) should be avoided for 2-3 days.

Avoid prolonged sun exposure for 2 weeks post treatment. If in the sun, cover up the treated area and wear a sunblock with SPF 30 or higher.

Piercings FAQ

At Everyday Beauty Med Spa, we offer a wide range of piercing services, including lobes, double lobes, helix, flat helix, rook, daith conch, tragus, constellation, septum, belly button, nose, nipples. Our professional piercers are skilled in various piercing techniques to cater to your preferences.

Our piercers at Everyday Beauty Med Spa are highly experienced and trained professionals. They have extensive knowledge of sterilization techniques, proper piercing methods, and aftercare procedures. Rest assured that you will receive expert care and guidance throughout the entire process.

We prioritize your safety and adhere to strict hygiene protocols. Our piercers use single-use, sterilized needles for each client, ensuring a safe and sanitary experience. We also provide comprehensive aftercare instructions to minimize the risk of infection and promote proper healing.

The duration of the piercing process depends on the type of piercing and your individual anatomy. On average, most piercings are completed within a few minutes. However, our piercers will take the necessary time to ensure precision and your comfort during the procedure.

At Everyday Beauty Med Spa, we use high-quality jewelry made from materials such as surgical-grade stainless steel, titanium, and gold. We offer a variety of styles and designs to suit your personal preferences and ensure long-lasting comfort and durability.

Proper aftercare is crucial for the healing process. Our piercers will provide you with detailed instructions on how to clean and care for your new piercing. This typically involves cleaning the area with a saline solution or specialized piercing aftercare products and avoiding certain activities that may hinder the healing process.

To Clean Your Piercing:

  • Always begin with thoroughly washing your hands. Other than to clean your piercing, avoid touching it as much as possible. Do NOT rotate or twist your piercing, and do NOT remove your jewelry to clean it!
    • We do not recommend removing your jewelry to clean your piercing as new piercing holes can close sooner than you would expect—sometimes within minutes! Rest assured, you can still clean your piercing site just as well without having to remove the jewelry
    • Because you are pierced with high quality jewelry, there is no need to remove the jewelry for cleaning, as the material is durable enough to remain in the piercing channel throughout the entire length of the healing process!
  • Spray the front and back of your piercing with sterile saline solution, 2 times a day, 3 times a day at most! Spraying your piercing with saline more than 3x daily will not necessarily lead to a faster, more effective healing time frame– over cleaning may actually extend the healing process!
    • For certain piercings, particularly piercings located on the outer edge of the ear (such as lobes or helix piercings), it may be easier to apply using a clean non-woven gauze saturated with saline solution
    • You can do so by applying the non-woven gauze with saline solution by gently wrapping the pierced site, allowing the front and back of the piercing to “soak.” 
  • If your piercer suggests using soap, gently lather around the piercing and rinse as needed
    • Be sure to avoid using harsh soaps, or soaps with dyes or fragrances! Antibacterial soap can lead to a drying effect around the pierce site, making it difficult for your body to heal!
  • Rinse the pierce sites (front and back) and surrounding area with water as needed to remove cleaning solution residue
    • Moving or rotating jewelry is not necessary during cleaning or rinsing
  • Dry the area by gently patting with clean, disposable paper products
    • Cloth towels can harbor bacteria and snag on jewelry causing injury—so we suggest avoiding these!

Other Healing Tips:

  • We recommend that you avoid swimming after you get pierced for at least 2 weeks. No pools, baths, oceans, etc.—Showering is OK! Generally, the longer you wait before hitting the beach again after your piercing, the better.
    • Exposing a fresh piercing to a (contaminated) body of water can cause irritation and in some cases, lead to infection. The safest bet is to wait about 4-6 weeks before submerging your piercing in water!
  • Sleeping on your piercing while it heals will cause irritation and extra swelling. We suggest sleeping with a travel pillow for ultimate comfort!
    • It is also a good idea to cover the travel pillow with a freshly laundered, cotton t-shirt every night to ensure any surface your new piercing comes in contact with is clean!
  • Watch out for towels, scarves, and hair—they can snag and pull out your jewelry!
  • Don’t freak—bleeding, swelling, tenderness, itching, soreness, bruises, and crusties are normal reactions to the healing process!

Avoid alcohol and blood thinners: In the days leading up to your piercing appointment, it’s advisable to avoid consuming alcohol or taking blood-thinning medications. These substances can increase bleeding and potentially complicate the piercing process.

Get a good night’s sleep and eat beforehand: Prioritize your well-being by getting a good night’s sleep before your appointment. Additionally, have a balanced meal before your piercing to ensure you have enough energy and avoid feeling lightheaded during the procedure.

Dress comfortably: Wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing on the day of your piercing appointment. This will make it easier for the piercer to access the piercing site and ensure you feel at ease during the procedure.

Arrive on time and be mentally prepared: Be punctual for your appointment and arrive with a calm and relaxed mindset. Being mentally prepared can help reduce any anxiety or nervousness you may have about the piercing process.

IMPORTANT: For the safety of the client getting pierced and for the safety of our piercer we ask that only the person getting pierced and one other person be allowed in the piercing room during their service. We do ask that any additional friends or family including younger siblings please stay home.

Clean your piercing regularly: Clean your piercing at least twice a day using a saline solution or a specialized piercing aftercare product recommended by your piercer. Gently remove any crust or discharge around the piercing site using a clean cotton swab or pad.

Wash your hands before touching the piercing: Always ensure your hands are clean before touching your piercing or performing any aftercare routine. This helps minimize the risk of introducing bacteria to the piercing site.

Avoid touching or rotating the jewelry unnecessarily: While it’s important to keep the piercing clean, avoid excessive touching or rotating of the jewelry. This can irritate the piercing and prolong the healing process. Only handle the jewelry when necessary, such as during cleaning or changing.

Be cautious when changing clothes or brushing hair: Take care to avoid snagging or pulling on the jewelry when changing clothes or brushing your hair. Be gentle and mindful of the piercing site to prevent any accidental trauma.

Avoid submerging the piercing in bodies of water: For the first few weeks after getting a piercing, avoid swimming in pools, hot tubs, lakes, or other bodies of water. These environments can introduce bacteria and increase the risk of infection. Showers are generally fine, but avoid letting strong streams of water directly hit the piercing.

Avoid using alcohol-based products or harsh cleansers: Avoid using alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, or harsh cleansers on your piercing, as they can be too drying or irritating. Stick to saline solution or specialized piercing aftercare products recommended by your piercer.

Be cautious with makeup, lotions, and hair products: Avoid applying makeup, lotions, or hair products directly on or near the piercing until it has fully healed. These products can introduce bacteria or chemicals that may irritate the piercing.

Avoid playing with or changing the jewelry too soon: It’s important to allow your piercing sufficient time to heal before attempting to change the jewelry. Changing it too soon can disrupt the healing process and increase the risk of infection. Consult your piercer for guidance on when it’s safe to change the jewelry.

Monitor for signs of infection or complications: Keep an eye out for any signs of infection, such as increased pain, redness, swelling, excessive discharge, or foul odor. If you notice any concerning symptoms, contact your healthcare provider for advice.