The staff at Q Laser Center leads clients on a laser-driven journey toward smoother, less visibly vascular, or tattoo-free skin. The Center prides itself on using safe, FDA-approved, and effective laser treatments, carried out in a clean and comfortable environment, free of stressors such as onrushing asteroids. In addition to laser treatments, the Center's team also helps to rejuvenate the skin with chemical peels, cosmetic injections, and other aesthetic services.
Luxz Esthetics owner Roxanne is one of only seven authorized Intraceuticals skincare professionals in Oahu. In this role, Roxanne administers Intraceuticals's signature treatment, which involves infusing the face with oxygen and painting it with a serum composed of vitamins, aloe vera, green tea, and hyaluronic acid. As implied by its prefix, the Intraceuticals formula seeps deep into pores. As a result, the products stimulate the skin rather than traumatize it with chemicals or gruesome Halloween masks. In addition to the nonchemical peel infusion, Roxanne performs diamond microdermabrasion to remove dead skin cells from the superficial layer. She also administers microcurrent treatments to naturally stimulate cell growth and provide a nonsurgical, nonpuppet-string face lift. Roxanne's private salon-studio specializes in other non-surgical skin care procedures including Microdermabrasion, Intraceuticals Oxygen Infusion Treatment and Atoxelene wrinkle reduction treatment.
At Beauty Bar Salon & Skincare, stylists streamline tresses with custom cuts and formaldehyde-free KeraSmooth anti-frizz treatments. A complimentary consultation kicks off haircut sessions, serving as a compass as stylists reunite split ends and boost drooping 'dos. The KeraSmooth treatment, which runs between 60 and 90 minutes, transforms unruly locks into manageable manes for up to 12 weeks. The hydrating formula helps to strengthen hair, improve elasticity, and make strands sleeker than a show horse after a constitutional swim in a river of olive oil.
As its name implies, Accurate Electrolysis aims for precision in each hair-removal treatment it performs—the team of electrologists draws from three modalities to ensure the best possible results for each client. The process begins by inserting a fine metal probe into individual hair follicles, at which point an epilator releases a mild electrical current into the follicle. Depending on hair and skin type, the electrologist can choose to use a direct current, which destroys the hair chemically, a high-frequency current, which destroys the hair with heat, or a blend of both.
Treatments can be performed most anywhere on the body and are designed to work on all hair and skin types; sessions occur more frequently at the beginning of the process and taper off over time. Though hair is destroyed during each treatment, denser, coarser hair generally requires multiple sessions to completely remove.