Hours of Operation:

Tuesday and Friday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Wednesday and Thursday - 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Saturday - noon to 8 p.m.

Closed Sunday and Monday

February 2015

In order to properly care for your skin it is important to adopt a healthy skin care routine. After all, your skin is your body's largest organ.

Did you know that your skin receives only 2% of your body's water consumption? When you drink water it goes to your body's vital organs first: your brain, heart, liver... etc. Water consumption is detrimental to your skin's health and function. When you consume enough water your skin will perform at its optimum level and your skin will be healthy and beautiful.

In addition, it is important to maintain a healthy pH balance. The pH of a substance is based on a scale of 0-14, with pH7, the natural acidity of water, being neutral. The pH level of healthy skin is 5.5, as this level of acidity assists in warding off harmful microorganisms from the surface of the skin.

Many soaps, because of harsh sulfates and other synthetics, are very alkaline. This will strip the skin of it's natural oils, which will leave the skin tight and dry, and vulnerable to harmful bacteria. In order to maintain a healthy skin pH, always use a mild cleanser, free of harsh chemicals and surfactants, such as: castile-based cleansers or organic and unrefined coconut oil. Because even natural soaps and cleansers are alkaline, it is very important to follow with a natural toner, such as: witch hazel (with no more than 14% alcohol content); flower water or hydrosol; or a combination of the two. This will balance and restore your skin's acid mantle. Always follow with a serum containing organic carrier and essential oils.

It is important to follow the same skin care routine both morning and evening. Never, ever, go to bed with makeup on your face.

Internally, a healthy blood pH is 7.35. In order to maintain a healthy internal pH it is important to cut out refined sugars and artificial sweeteners; eat raw organic vegetables and fruits; practice yoga, meditation, and mindful breathing; avoid transfats; incorporate products into your skin care routine that contain pure and organic essential oils; get 15 minutes of morning sunshine every day; cut out all synthetic products and find natural alternatives, even if you have to do it a little at a time; stop drinking fluoridated tap water; eat more green vegetables; and, cut back on meat consumption.

So, as you see, what you put on your body is just as important as what you put into your body. Maintaining healthy pH levels, inside and out, will assist your body in achieving homeostasis, which will prevent infection and disease.

Body Treatment Special Offer

Did you know that body treatments can alleviate the effects of anxiety and stress, relieve dry and itchy skin, soothe aching joints and muscles, lessen the appearance of cellulite, firm the skin, and nourish and detoxify the body? To take advantage of the half price body treatment trial offer, please contact me at 330-402-1258 to make your appointment, or book it online. See you soon!


Beautiful skin is the reflection of a healthy body.


Custom Facial Package Deal


Purchase a package of three custom facials at regular price ($180.00) and get the fourth custom facial free!

Retail value: $240.00


A note on offers


I have placed offers on in order to grow my client base and to let people know about my business. There is a limit on the number of groupons that can be sold each month. Therefore, these offers are available to new clients only. They are limited to two Groupons per client. You may purchase one for yourself and one as a gift. You may also receive one as gift. Please do not exceed the specified limit.

Unfortunately, there are those who take advantage of these offers and continue to purchase groupons one after another. I can no longer accept groupons that have exceeded the allowable limit. I run a private business and cannot continue to give my services away as this is how I make my living. Please be considerate. Once you have purchased a groupon you are considered an established client and are only eligible for in-house specials. Thank you for your cooperation.

The following recipes are from Look Great, Live Green: Choosing Beauty Solutions That Are Planet-Safe and Budget Smart by Deborah Burnes.

Stress-Reducing Bath Salts
1/2 cup Epsom salt
2 drops lavender essential oil
1 drop orange essential oil
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon lavender petals (optional)
Pour all of the salt into a large bowl. You can use any combination of pure sea salts and Epsom salts you choose. Mix the essential oils with the olive oil, then add to the salts; mix by hand or with a spoon. Sprinkle in the lavender petals. Pour the salts into a clean glass jar with a tight fitting lid, and keep closed until ready to use. Use 2 or more tablespoons per bath.


Butter Balm


1/2 cup cocoa butter

1/2 cup shea butter

2 tablespoons apricot kernel oil


Melt the cocoa butter in the top of a double boiler over low heat just until melted. Remove from heat. Add the shea butter.  Add the apricot kernel oil and mix well to blend. Pour into wide mouthed glass jar allow to cool completely before covering with tight fitting lid.


Gentle Oat Face Cleanser for All Skin Types

1/4 cup cooked oats

1 tablespoon whole milk, rice milk or almond milk

1 tablespoon honey

Mix ingredients well. Store in an airtight container. Use 1-2 teaspoons per use. Massage into skin and rinse with warm water. Will keep in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.


Cucumber, Leon, and Chamomile Toner


1 cup sliced cucumber

1/8 cup sliced lemon with rind

1 cup apple cider vinegar

1 bag chamomile tea

3 cups distilled water


In a jar with a lid, combine the sliced cucumber, lemon, and vinegar.

Boil the water and make the tea by letting it steep in the water until it cools. Remove the tea bag.

Add the chamomile tea to the ingredients in the jar. Cap tightly and place in the refrigerator overnight.

Remove cucumber and lemon slices and store in the refrigerator.

Apply with a cotton ball or transfer into a bottle with an atomizer and spritz onto the face after cleansing.

This toner can also be frozen in ice trays during the summer and rubbed onto the skin on hot days to cool down, tighten pores, and diminish blemishes.



Avocado Yogurt Face Mask


1/4 banana, mashed

1 teaspoon mashed avocado

1 teaspoon plain Greek or regular yogurt

1/8 teaspoon brewer's yeast

1/4 teaspoon coconut milk

Place the banana and avocado in a mini food processor and puree. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well. Apply mask and leave on for 5-20 minutes, then rinse off. Keep in tightly sealed container. Will keep in the refrigerator for one week. This recipe makes two face masks.