Our staff cleans our tanks between each visit and operates with an ozone and UV purification system: UV rays, led lights and hydrogen peroxide.
Yes, it can! This is one of the main purposes of sensory deprivation tanks. The healing powers are not a myth. Several studies have shown reduced chronic pain, including muscle tension, headaches and general physical or emotional pain.
Open wounds or recent tattoos are prohibited, as we must maintain the health and safety of our floats. Conversely, a bruise is ideal for a float as it may speed up your recovery.
You're good to go unless you’re over 7 feet tall or over 500 pounds!
Try to avoid shaving the same day as your float. It may sting a bit.
Not to worry! It is highly unlikely since the water is only 10 inches high, and about 1000 pounds of salt keeps you afloat.
No. Due to the high salt concentration, no water will be drawn from your skin.
It is better than it looks! You are in complete control to stop at any time. Open the lid, or even keep it open if you’d like. The tanks are also bigger than you might think there are just over 7 feet tall!
Please join us once you have confirmed with your practitioner.
We try to keep the pod water at normal body temperature. After the first shower, rinse with a slightly cooler water temperature to acclimate your body for the float.
Sorry, but you’re in for a stinger! Grab a towel and dab it off. You can also use fresh water to rinse your eyes out. Then get back in and enjoy!
Waxing is applied in the same direction of the hair growth and removed in the opposite direction. Which can hurt slightly. Sugar is applied in the opposite direction of hair growth and removed in the same direction.
Sugaring is a form of the exfoliation process that removes dead skin cells from the surface while smoothing the skin. Both waxing and sugaring remove hair from the root. With continued upkeep, the hair will grow back thinner and softer. Sugaring can be done on most sensitive skin types with minimal irritation.
Rid the skin of any excess oils, lotion, deodorant or any other skin care products on the area to be sugared. Please do not exfoliate the day before, the day off, or the day after treatment.
Hair should be at least 1/8 inch long, usually two weeks of growth for best results—1/4 inch for leg sugaring treatments.
If you are pain-sensitive, we recommend you take a painkiller 30 minutes before your appointment.
Sugaring is fairly safe, but if you take antibiotics, hormonal birth control, hormone replacement medication, or accutane or retinoids. Please talk to your doctor before getting sugared.
Avoid any creams, lotions, or deodorants with artificial fragrances, as the pores are still open and try to avoid hot showers.
For best results, try scheduling appointments roughly every 3 – 4 weeks. The first three appointments are the most crucial to reduce hair growth.