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TRY A NON-INVASIVE PROCEDURE WHY?

NON-INVASIVE EQUALS LESS RISK Non-invasive body contouring isn’t like traditional body sculpting/plastic surgery, which cuts and removes skin and body fat. Instead, body contouring eliminates the physical stress put on body tissues, bleeding, and anesthesia needed. This reduces any post-surgery complications, such as: immediate weight gain, infection, extreme pain, hernias, hypoglycemia, ulcers, gallstones, nausea, vomiting, and etc.


The Vision  REFLECTIONSbyJ believes that the elimination of stress and tension is critical for the improvement and maintenance of overall well being. REFLECTIONSbyJ works to improve quality of life through physical and mental rejuvenation. Self esteem and a balance of health and wellness are achieved in the Oasis of calm at REFLECTIONSbyJ.


Satisfaction Gauranteed  Treatments are designed to satisfy the body, and I am highly trained in a full range of body therapies. My on-going goal is to exceed the expectations of my individual, group and corporate clientele with hands-on professional service.



What is an Esthetician?

What Estheticians Can Do 

Estheticians are state licensed health and wellness professionals. Estheticians must complete a course of training and/or education and pass specific state written and practical examinations to earn licensure through their state board of cosmetology or department of health.

What Do Esthetician’s do?

The work of estheticians involves applying treatments and performing procedures to the skin as a way to maintain its health and vitality, improve its overall appearance, and combat the effects of sun exposure and aging.

Estheticians are trained in skin wellness, most often helping their clients combat complexion problems through a number of therapies and practices. In addition to engaging in therapies that are designed to improve the tone, texture, color, and youthfulness of the skin of the face and neck, estheticians may perform a wide range of body therapies, as well, such as salt or sugar scrubs, body wraps, and hair removal.

Waxing, threading, or using depilatories to remove unwanted hair is a common practice for estheticians, as is the application of professional makeup. In spa settings, estheticians often perform procedures and treatments that are just as much about the mind and the spirit as they are about the body. As such, therapies such as hot paraffin wraps, and aromatherapy are popular additions.

Many times clients seek out estheticians to perform treatments that fight lines and wrinkles or dry skin, oily skin, combination skin, eczema, or acne, while many clients make appointments with their favorite esthetician to enjoy a rejuvenated or refreshed complexion. Finally, some clients view a trip to the esthetician as a luxurious indulgence, where they can relax and unwind.

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