FAQ – HueVine


Body Waxing FAQ

Usually your wax will last between 3–6 weeks but everyone’s rate of regrowth is different so results will vary for everyone. Hair will begin to grow back softer and thinner following your first visit. TIP: Don’t wait till it fully grows back. If the hair is long enough to pull then its time for your next visit.
Yes, you can still wax but you may experience more skin sensitivity due to the hormonal changes your body is going through. We will try to make you as comfortable as possible during the service. We recommend checking with your OB/GYN during the last two months of pregnancy.
Wait at least 24–48 hours between waxing and tanning because your skin may be more sensitive and you’re more likely to experience sunburn.
We always say that if you can grab the hair then so can the wax.
Sure, just be aware that the area is more sensitive and you may experience more discomfort than usual. We ask that you apply new tampon prior to your appointment.
It is important that we know any medications that you are taking and/or any skin products that you are using. This can ensure a safe and successful waxing experience. If you are taking or have taken any of these medications within the past three months, we need to talk. Please contact before scheduling an appointment: Accutane (Acne medication) Adapalene (Acne medication) Alustra (Retin A) Antibiotics Avage (Tazorac – Acne medication) Avita (type of Retin A) Clindamycin Differin (Acne medication) Doxycycline Erythromycin Isotretinoin (like Accutane) Madifloxicine Metronidazole Minocycline Renova (Retin A) Tazarac (Acne medication) Tazarotene (like Tazorac) Tetracycline Tretinoin (like Retin A) These medications may cause the skin to thin or to be extra sensitive to waxing. Thin, sensitive skin can lift with the wax. If you have taken Accutane within the last year it is not advised to wax for one year after you have stopped taking this medication. If you are currently using any of the following products, they can cause the skin to be overly sensitive. Please inform me prior to your appointment. Other Acne medications not listed above Alpha Hydroxy Acids (Glycolic, Lactic) Topical Antibiotics Retinol Salicylic Acid Exfoliants/Laser Peels/Microdermabrasion Remember, it’s important that you inform or update you consent form on what medications you may be taking so we can provide you with a safe waxing experience. If you are taking a medication or using a product that has changed your skin in any way, and you are unsure about the safety of waxing, please talk to your doctor first.
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Laser Hair Removal FAQ

What are the most popular areas for laser hair removal?

The most popular areas are female facial hair, bikini line hair and back hair for men.

What are the risks of hair removal?

Laser hair removal is a lunch time procedure. There is no recovery time. Patients can return to work or play immediately. These lasers do not remove skin, so the risks are very low. As with any procedure, we have an informed consent that explains all the possible risks.

How old do you have to be for laser hair removal?

There really is no age limit, but we never treat toddlers. Young people that are not finished growing will develop new hair as they grow, and will require touch ups to maintain the results. We currently do not treat children under the age of 13. Older people usually have gray hair that will not respond to laser.

Is it painful?

Compared to waxing the treatment has very little discomfort. Everyone's pain tolerance is different, our laser has a cooling tip just to address this problem.

I have dark skin but I am tired of shaving and dealing with shave bumps and ingrown hairs. Would laser hair removal work for me? Is it safe for me skin?

Yes. We researched and found the perfect laser for every one of our clients skin types (excluding blond or gray hair) which is the diode laser it more effective than YAG lasers when it comes to darker skin types. Its longer wavelength safely bypasses the skin and targets the melanin in the hair shaft, destroying the unwanted hair follicle. You will love your results!

How long before I see results?

All results are individual based do to preparation and the 3 growth cycles. The diode laser has to target the melanin in the hair shaft so don't remove it below the surface by plucking, threading or tweezing. We recommend to start shaving the area but not removing hair from the follicle for at least 1 month before your first treatment.



SkinCare FAQ

Who are facials good for?

Facials are a great option for anyone that wants a clear, balanced complexion. They provide deep cleansing with the mixture of professional grade products, technology, and the knowledge of a professional esthetician who understands skin conditions and anatomy. Facials can maintain the health of skin, address and correct certain skin conditions, and improve the overall appearance and texture of your skin.

Facials are available to both men and women of any age and those that need to combat specific skin issues. However, there are some conditions that can prevent the performance of some or all facial services. They include:

  • Contagious diseases such as HIV, herpes or hepatitis, pinkeye, or ringworm
  • Skin disorders or diseases
  • Pregnancy (unless cleared by your physician)
  • Skin Irritation
  • Allergies to products and ingredients
  • Severe, uncontrolled hypertension
  • Limited services can be performed (sometimes with medical clearance):
  • Electrical contraindications like pacemakers and implants
  • Medical Conditions

How often do I need a facial?

It is recommended to have a deep cleansing facial at least once a month

What are the benefits of a facial?

Regular facial treatments:

  • Deep Cleanse
  • Exfoliate
  • Increase Circulation and Detoxifies
  • Relaxes the senses, nerves, and muscles
  • Stimulates skin functions and metabolism
  • Slows premature aging
  • Treats conditions such as dryness, oiliness, or redness
  • Softens wrinkles and aging lines
  • Helps clear up minor blemishes and acne

What are extractions?

Extractions are the removal of impurities and impacted pores – specifically, blackheads, whiteheads, milia (hardened “sesame seed” like whiteheads), and sebaceous filaments (pores blocked by oil produced in the skin). Removal of these impactions allows reduced pore size while allowing them to “breathe”.

How do I prepare for a facial?

We will remove any makeup you are wearing prior to your facial. However, if you arrive with no makeup we will have more time to focus on other, more results-driven elements of your facial.

How do I know what type of facial I need?

Our estheticians are trained and licensed to properly identify various skin types, conditions, and the proper approach to each. Based on your intake form, consultation, and a thorough skin analysis she will be able to suggest the best approach to reaching your skin care goals.

What is a chemical peel?

Chemical peels are a type of exfoliation treatment.

What are the benefits of a chemical peel?

Chemical peels remove dead skin cells resulting in:

  • Improved skin texture
  • Increased skin cell turnover
  • Reduced fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduction or removal of dark spots (sun damage and hyperpigmentation)
  • Stimulation of elastin and collagen (substances that make your skin firm and toned)
  • Smoother softer skin

What are the side effects of a chemical peel?

Chemical peels remove layers of skin which will temporarily make your skin more sensitive to sun exposure. As a result, it is necessary to wear at least an SPF 30 for protection and avoid the sun while receiving chemical peel treatments.

Due to chemical peels exfoliating it is not unusual to experience actual flaking and peeling. This will subside within a few days.

How do I prepare for a chemical peel?

To experience the most amazing results from your peel please avoid waxing, depilatory creams or any other exfoliating product or procedure that may cause dryness or irritation for 5 days before. If you want to peel over the weekend we recommend scheduling your appointment on Wednesday.

3 days before your peel please avoid products and/or procedures:

  • Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Tretinoin
  • Any products containing retinol, AHA or BHA, or benzoyl peroxide
  • Any exfoliating products or procedures that may be drying to the area’s to be treated

How often can I have a chemical peel treatment?

Chemical peels can be performed in individual treatment or in a series of treatments to see more significant results. Some chemical peels are gentle enough to receive treatments every 2 to 3 weeks while others are safer to receive every 4 to 6 weeks. We will discuss a treatment planned designed specifically for you and your skin care goals.

Is there any downtime with a chemical peel treatment?

No. The type of chemical peels performed at HueVine does not result in any downtime.

Who should avoid chemical peels?

  • Recent cosmetic surgeries, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, or dermabrasion
  • Recent injectables, fillers, or Botox
  • Allergies or sensitivities to products or ingredients
  • Pregnancy (unless medically cleared by your physician)
  • Herpes Simplex
  • Hyperpigmentation tendencies
  • Inflamed rosacea or acne
  • Open sores or suspicious lesions
  • Sunburned or irritated skin
  • Photosensitizing medications (makes skin very sensitive to sun)
  • Other contraindicated drugs or medication