Tiffany Ellis of Solace Body Solutions became a Licensed Massage Therapist in April 2001 and now practices as an Esthetician at Innovations Salon in Springfield, MO. Previously, she had her own practice specializing in Sports Massage and Deep Tissue. Business and On-Site Chair Massage is also an area she enjoys.
While massage is still a large part of her practice, Tiffany has become an area leader in waxing. She even travels the country to teach, going everywhere from Las Vegas and Chicago to New York and Florida. Her expertise lies in both female and male Brazilian waxing, where she has gone through additional training to perform these procedures in as painless a way as possible.
Tiffany also recently joined an elite ranking as a Skin Blends Educator, specializing in Waxing and Custom Facials. Her facials are nearly always customized to her individual client's needs. She uses a range of masks and collagen facial blankets. Add-ons include peels, dermaplaning, and more!
Contact Tiffany here for more information and to schedule your appointment!
Have you noticed your friends sharing pics on social media of them wearing dark creams on their face? These are charcoal masks! They are designed to remove blackheads deep from within your pores. While charcoal masks can be a good thing, you must follow these important steps so you do not damage your skin:
● Exfoliate first. Unclog your pores before even applying the charcoal mask by wiping your face with an acne pad that contains salicylic acid. Loosening up your pores makes the charcoal mask more effective.
● Only use the mask for the specified amount of time. Leaving your mask on for longer than necessary does not remove extra blackheads. In fact, you can dry out your skin if you do this!
● Apply oil cleanser after peeling. The charcoal mask may pull off most of your blackheads, but there still may be some left behind. Cleansing your skin with oil afterwards rids your face of whatever blackheads are left behind. An oil cleanser also reduces redness and your chances of immediate breakouts.