Cancellation Policy

By booking an appointment with Skin By Molly, you authorize this business to charge your credit card a no-show / cancelation fee of 100% of the value if you miss your appointment without notification at least 24 hours in advance of the booked time. Please understand that rescheduling IS canceling, and you will still be charged. This is because our estheticians work on commission and still need to be paid, and it is lost profits for the business. We are very strcit about our policy so please respect it. Thank you for understanding! TIPS ARE CASH ONLY please ;)

No Shows / Late to Appointment

Clients that are 15 minutes late are considered a no show, and charged for the booked service.

Is the staff as good as Molly?

Absolutely! Each esthetician goes though a series of interviews by Molly to even be hired, and is then put though days of hands on and online training by Molly and DMK account reps. No therapist is given a client unless they have given Molly a treatment and past the test of difficult approval! 

What products do we use?

We Transdermal, Paramedical line, DMK.  This line is cruelty free and most of the products are safe for pregnant clients (except the peels or retinol serums). The treatments are customized. DMK facials are perfect for acne prone skin, dry/sensitive skin, plus mature and aged skin too.

"DMK believes that the origin of most skin conditions is a result of disharmony within the skin. Using the principles of biochemistry, DMK has formulated a range of treatments and products designed to educate skin to perform like youthful healthy skin. By matching formulations with the body’s chemistry, the skin is encouraged to respond in a positive manner. DMK’s revolutionary concept of REMOVE, REBUILD, PROTECT, MAINTAIN aims to match an individual’s biochemistry with the appropriate skin therapy. Botanical-based paramedical products make up the DMK skin care program."

What is Transdermal?

Transdermal means that the products penetrate in to the voids of the skin where ingredients can be stored. The body can then uptake these ingredients naturally through slow release.

What is Paramedical?

You’re average facial and cosmetic product will most commonly only work topically on the skin whereas ‘paramedical’ treatments work to revise the functioning of the skin by regulating dysfunctions that cause the skin to look as it does, therefore instigating better skin functioning.

If you think of the skin as a factory – working too slow (ageing) or too fast (acne) we assess the underlying issues with the aim of encouraging the factory to work at its best at all levels.

Paramedical does not focus on a condition it aims to encourage skin to work at its full capacity.

How Does Microcurrent Therapy Work?

Each tissue type in your body has its own signature electrical frequency, which may be disrupted by injury or disease. Microcurrent therapy simply restores normal frequencies within the cells, resulting in remarkable improvements in inflammation and function. Microcurrent re-educates the muscles in the face and increases circulation to improve tone and firmness of the skin. Best of all results are cumulative.

At the cellular level, microcurrent therapy stimulates a dramatic increase in ATP, the energy that fuels all biochemical functions in the body. It also bumps up protein synthesis, which is necessary for tissue repair. The ensuing enhancement in blood flow and decrease in inflammation.

What Is a Typical Treatment Session Like?

When you undergo microcurrent therapy, you sit comfortably while electrodes are placed at strategic locations to direct the currents to the targeted tissues. A hydrating and nourishing conductor gel is applied to conduct the current.

While you may feel tiny muscle twitches, minor shocks here and there, the treatment is mostly painless. Most of the sensations are sub sensory so most clients feel nothing. Make sure to communicate with your esthetician to indicate your comfort level. It should not be uncomfortable. 

A treatment course typically involves several sessions, and benefits accrue over time. Microcurrent therapy is safe, FDA-approved and has no significant adverse effects. However, it is not recommended for patients who have pacemakers or are pregnant. If you are getting injectables like fillers and botox you must wait two weeks to get a microcurrent facial.