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3933 Perkiomen Avenue, Suite 101

Reading, PA 19606 US


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Skin Care Services


Basic - 60 minutes $70.00 
This treatment starts by applying a cleanser onto the face, neck and décolletage to remove any traces of make-up and dirt. Warm water is then paired with a facial towel to remove the cleanser, dry the face and evaluate skin. Next, aestheticians buff away dead skin cells with an ex-foliating cream or scrub and opens up pores with steam. Following that process is a relaxing massage of the face. A custom clay-based mask is then applied to treat oiliness or a hydrating one to combat dryness. Finally, the facial concludes with a serum, moisturizer and sunscreen if it's daytime. 

Express - 30 minutes $50.00 
This facial provides the essentials for those on the go. It includes cleansing, ex-foliation, custom mask and is completed with firming eye serum, hydrating cream and sunscreen. 

Gentleman's - 60 minutes $70.00 
This is a unique facial treatment that addresses the special skin care needs of men. It includes ex-foliation, extractions, mask, and massage to encourage lymphatic drainage and stimulate collagen. This treatment will revitalize, refresh, and improve the skin’s texture. This treatment requires men to shave at least 2 hours prior to their appointment. 

Hydrating - 60 minutes $90.00 
This treatment is designed to restore a healthy glow through ex-foliation with steam, application of a skin rejuvenation hydra-masque fortified with vitamin A & E, plus enzymes to hydrate and refine, leaving skin with a softer, smoother, healthier appearance and anti-wrinkle eye treatment, followed by moisturizing serum and hydrating cream. 

SWC Signature - 60 minutes $99.00 
Soothing and cool mask with a vitamin filled oil, followed by Vitamin’s B, C, and E and a special moisturizing eye treatment and application of an antioxidant rich day cream SPF37. Includes a relaxing scalp, neck and shoulder massage. 

Soothing - 60 minutes $80.00 
This is designed to calm and soothe the inflammation associated with rosacea. It consists of a gentle cleanse, followed by a cocoa enzyme treatment to ex-foliate and calm. The treatment is then completed with a sensitive mask which will help calm and soothe the skin. A gentle healing moisturizer is then applied to finish the treatment. Includes a relaxing scalp, shoulder and neck massage. 

Acne Clarifying - 60 minutes $80.00 
This treatment will remove the keratin buildup and will help brighten and clarify the skin. A green tea mask is applied to the skin that contains powerful anti-oxidants which are beneficial to all skin types. This mask calms and soothes acne while hydrating the skin. Includes relaxing scalp, neck, and shoulder massage. Number of times required, twice a month for 4 months. 

Anti-Aging - 60 minutes $90.00 
Renew and repair using peptides to help fight free radicals and stimulate new cell growth while hydrating and reviving the skin. This facial includes relaxing scalp, neck and shoulder massage while using peptides to help fight free radicals. Number of times required, twice a month for 4 months.

Cinderella - 30 minutes $40.00
A young ladies first Spa treatment and a lesson on how to take care of there skin for  a lifetime.  Gentle cleansing mask,  head, hand and arm massage.

Back Facial - 60 minutes $110.00
This relaxing , deep cleansing treatment will remove impurities and keratin build up leaving you and your skin  re- energized. Includes back, head, arm and hand massage. 

ADD ONS: Soothing Eye Treatment $25.00, Firming Eye Treatment $25.00, Firming Neck Treatment $40.00, Firming Neck and Eye Treatment $55.00, Hydrating Lip Treatment $20.00

Anti-Aging Arsenal

Clearlift (AKA) Red Carpet Face Lift - $350
fine lines & wrinkles

Clearlift & IPL Light Therapy - $600
fine lines, wrinkles & sun damaged skin

IPL Light Therapy - $260
sun damaged & aging skin

Lightwave Skin Rejuvenation - $100
great for rosacea

Acne Scarring - $300

Deep Wrinkles-Scarring - $350

Toe Nail Fungus - $300
4 treatments required

We only use medical grade skin care products. 

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