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We are thankful for you,our valued clients! You are a blessing to our business and we thank your for your continued patronage. As we appproach this busy holiday season, we pray that you find time to celebrate your family and friends, taking in all the peace and love around you.
Happy Thanksgiving and God Bless!
Teejay and the Team
4 Pack 60 min Swedish Massage  
$210 ($30 savings)
4 Pack 60 min Deep Tissue Massage  
$250 ($30 savings)
6 Pack 60 min Swedish Massage 
$300 ($60 savings)
6 Pack 60 min Deep Tissue Massage
$350 ($70 savings)
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Tummy 145, Arms 135, Legs 145, Behind 145
Lose Unwanted Inches and Cellulite with the World’s Latest Technology. Have the body you’ve
always dreamed of.

This is a new revolutionary procedure which takes us to a new level, offering outstanding slimming results and the ability to look years younger in weeks.

Revolutionary treatments to obtain a slim body, increase collagen production, dissolve fat, and tighten the skin. This non-invasive, painless procedure is designed to give people of both genders, great results without surgery.

This method is not a weight loss program, it is particularly designed for the reduction of stubborn fat deposits that won’t go away with diet and exercise, such as abdomen, arms, thighs, back and hips.
During each session only one area is treated. 

Our Annual FOOD DRIVE for Second Harvest of the Big Bend runs thru November 12th. Please drop off any non perishable food items at the front desk.
Your generosity is always greatly appreciated.
Food is provided for needy families in Tallahassee during this time of the year. Help us lighten the burden for those in need.
Hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner....Our annual TOY DRIVE begins November 13 thru December 10th. Again we are happy to support for the past 18 years The Guardian Ad Litem Foundation Second Circuit, Inc. This year there are over 600 children in need of toys and gifts. Don't forget teenagers love gift cards as well and families can use them for diapers. Bring your unwrapped gift into
A Touch of Class. We appreciate your love and generosity.
This cause takes some major stress off of the families that are taking these children in their homes for the holiday season.
Thank you in advance for your help!
A Touch of Class Team
Skin Conditions vs Skin Types – What’s the Difference?

You hear a lot about skin type and skin conditions or ‘concerns’ when you’re looking into skincare treatments and products, and there can be a little confusion at times about what your ‘type’ is and whether it has an effect on any skin ‘conditions.’ There are also combinations of skin types, just to confuse the issue further!

Your skin needs will be determined by which category your skin falls under, a combination of its natural type and any conditions you have. Once you know this you can really make sure you get the right treatments and products for your needs.

The Most Common Skin Types: Dry Skin. If you have dry skin, you’ll often find that it feels sensitive, flaky and occasionally sore. If your skin seems to be lacking in moisture, it’s a sure sign that your skin is too dry and needs extra hydrating.

Normal Skin. If you’re lucky enough to have normal type skin, it will be smooth and pink in appearance, with very few overly visible pores. You will have hardly any blemishes, if any at all and your skin will feel well hydrated and not irritated.

Oily Skin. Many people have oily skin and just don’t seem to know how to best deal with it. The over-production of oils by the sebaceous glands create the oily skin appearance and feel that often leads to blackheads and acne. Oily skin types are very susceptible to pimples and blemishes.

Oily But Dehydrated. Oily skin can also be dehydrated. Many people mistakenly diagnose their skin as being dry when it’s actually oily – but lacking water. Dehydrated skin will protect itself by producing more oil, giving you the feel of oily skin when what you need is more water. Underneath it’s tight and flaky but with a layer of oil on the surface.

Combination Skin. Combination skin tends to be dry in some places and oily in others. In most cases of combination skin, it’s the T-zone that’s oily while the rest of the face can tend to be dry if it’s not cared for properly. Sensitive Skin.

Sensitive skin is as it sounds – prone to dryness, flakiness, soreness and inflammation. But is it naturally sensitive, or has it been sensitized? One is a condition and one is a skin type. Sensitized Skin. Most people diagnose their skin as sensitive because sensitive skin and sensitized skin look and feel similar - but sensitized and sensitive skin are completely different. If your skin is naturally sensitive, it will always have been that way. You’ve probably always had to watch the products you use because you flare up at anything. Sensitized skin tends to develop over the years, often because of environmental factors, using unsuitable products, certain medications and lifestyle factors. It can be treated and restored to non-sensitized whereas sensitive skin, you’re stuck with.

Your skin type sets your daily routine and core skincare products, while long term and temporary skin conditions are treated separately by an esthetician who will be able to advise you about how to minimise symptoms and stop the condition from coming back once it’s treated.
Holiday Hours
Closed Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day