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Cupping is a therapy that uses special cups to create a suction on the skin, drawing up the underlying tissues. This vacuum formed by the cups draws up blood from the tissues and muscles, sometimes causing purple marks on the skin. The areas of the body being treated will become red and warm due to the improved circulation. You may experience cupping marks left on the skin that look similar to a bruise. The marks will not hurt and will fade within a few days. Upon request to your massage therapist, however, a different cupping technique known as the "moving" method can reduce the appearance of the cupping marks.
Makeup offers women an opportunity to transform themselves, but like most women, you know that applying makeup can be an expensive, time-consuming hassle. Thankfully, an option is now available to them: permanent makeup. While the idea may at first seem strange or extreme, more and more busy Florida residents are finding permanent cosmetics offer a convenient and affordable way to look their best day in and day out, maintaining their beauty while enhancing areas that may need special attention.
Electrolysis is a form of hair removal in which a needle is inserted into the hair follicle and hit with a small current of electricity. Electrolysis is comparable to laser in that it provides near-permanent results and can be used on those who are not able to go through laser hair removal i.e. Women have long tried to rid themselves of unwanted hair of the face, legs, underarms, abdomen, and groin. Waxing, plucking, and electrolysis have proven painful and must be repeated regularly. Treatments are performed by a trained technician and last from 15 to 90 minutes depending on the size of area treated.