- if they are using an exfoliant so rough that it might make my skin bleed then that is wrong wrong wrong. i have had micro-dermabrasion on my face, neck, and chest and never ever bled ever - so how is a normal body exfoliant mean to make me bleed and infect someone else?
- if point 1 above is correct and they are using exfoliant sooo rough that it breaks the skin - then because of contamination and cross-contamination purposes they should be treating everyone as tho they are viral!!! as a california state licensed cosmetologist and someone who has dabbled as a piercer and tattoo artist i know for health and safety that you have to treat everyone the same - and protect all.
- after refusing to give me an exfoliating body massage they offered me a pedicure - with exfoliation and filing of my toenails! ugh....how inconsistent is that????
Oki, rant over I do want to also give props where they are due...
The next day went back and got another treatment - a facial with eye revivier - as I've found that since I've been on the tx that my eyes are ALWAYS tired and I'm looking older. It was one of the loveliest ever facials I ever had and my eyes were sooo revitalised! Thank you thank you thank you to the lovely slovakian girlie who perked me up after crying so much the day before.
I loved the facial so much I bought alot of the products - they are decleor something I used alot of already but let me tell you if you have fluey eyes - their creamy eye ant-wrinkly stuff is lovely and the make up remover also doubles as a refreshing eye gel! Yum...anything to help me feel/look good is worth it with the 45th birthday approaching next week.
And...something I really realised while away this weekend (well besides knowing it sucks) is that I can't wait to get married! I really really wanted to be Mrs all weekend not have different names. I put off planning the wedding til after my tx but more and more I just want to take a long lunch break and go do it one day.