What's Inside:

  • Now Booking All Spa Services
  • Nectifirm Back In-Store
  • BOLO! FAC Mineral Veil Powder Sunscreen
  • Options for Minimizing Post-Treatment Bruising
Welcome Back Kerri Parks!
Lead Medical Aesthetician, Kerri Parks, is back in house at Facial Aesthetics Center, booking ALL Spa Services.

Keep in mind that our practices for staff and clients continue to follow all Rhode Island Phase 3 clean and safe standards including:

  • Sterile environment: Thorough cleaning and disinfecting between clients
  • Social Distancing: Clients wait in their cars until called for their appointments
  • Daily Health Screening for clients and staff: Measuring temperatures and answering health questions upon entry to the spa
  • Mouth washing / Hand washing: All clients will be asked to gargle with mouthwash for 30 seconds and wash hands thoroughly before treatment.

Please call us to book. We can't wait to see you!

Phone: (401) 649-0320
Nectifirm Back In-Store!
Choose from Original or Nectifirm Advanced

Between sun exposure and the new habit of looking at our phones repeatedly, we are seeing signs of premature neck aging earlier than ever.

Revision's Nectifirm® Original Award-winning, breakthrough formula featuring five peptides , plant extracts, antioxidants and unique biotechnological blends that work cohesively to create a smoother, younger-looking neck, décolletage and jawline. For Prevention and Early to Moderate signs of aging on the neck and décolletage.

Revision's Nectifirm® ADVANCED combats aging, fine lines and wrinkles, rough and crepey skin on the neck and décolletage area, while boosting firmess and elasticity with eight distinctive peptides and Smart Antioxidant Technology.

Client's results speak for themselves:
BOLO! FAC Mineral Veil Powder Sunscreen
Facial Aesthetics Center is launching our own
Mineral Veil Sunscreen Powder!

This silky loose powder with gentle mineral SPF enhancement features a built-in brush to seamlessly touch up your sun protection and refine skin on the go.
  • Minimizes the look of pores & shine
  • Translucent, finely milled powder
  • Layers perfectly over moisturizer with SPF
  • Lightweight, long-wearing, non-comedogenic, sheer powder sunscreen.

Stay tuned for more information...
Options for Minimizing Bruising

After facial procedures, including peels, lasers, injectables, or surgery, you want to minimize downtime and return to the normal rhythm of life as soon as possible. Depending on the nature of the procedure, the swelling and discoloration can last for days, sometimes over a week. It may be hard to look presentable if your face has some bruising that you might not want other people to see. Here are some tips and tricks to get back to your routine sooner. 

Foods / Meds to Avoid:
There are many foods, medications, and supplements that can worsen bruising, and they are largely the same ones that increase bleeding. These include, but are not limited to: aspirin, Advil, Coumadin, Warfarin, Xarelto, Eliquis, Vitamin E, fish oils, ginger, gingko biloba, tumeric, salty and/or spicy foods. 

Blood thinning medications  should be paused only with the approval of your primary doctor or cardiologist.

Arnica is a natural herb that has been used to lessen the bruising and swelling after trauma to the human body for hundreds of years. Known as “leopard’s bane” and “wolf’s bane,”  Arnica has been used as a European herbal remedy  to shorten the recovery period for patients. FAC carries a combination topical and injestible Arnica kit to help minimize bruising. Ask us on your next visit.

Pineapple: (BROMELAIN)
Eating pineapple can help reduce the duration and severity of bruising via an enzyme called Bromelain, which is found in the juice and stem of the fruit. The anti-inflammatory properties of Bromelain help reduce bruising and swelling. We encourage our patients to eat pineapples or drink pure pineapple juice to help reduce downtime. Do note that raw pineapple also contains many beneficial vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C that can help boost your immune system and speed up healing as well.

Try to steer away from canned or bottled pineapple juice, which may contain other artificial ingredients that can interfere with the healing properties of Bromelain.

Wishing everyone a safe and happy summer!