Oncology Services

Custom Facials

 Oncology Spa Services are known to reduce some of the common side effects of cancer therapies like chemotherapy and radiation. Due to the nurturing qualities of these spa treatments, many patients will a notice an improvement with their complexion, plus a decrease in stress and anxiety.

Through proper skin care, we can help you look and feel better. It is important to select skin care and personal care products that do not contain synthetic fragrances, harsh ingredients and exfoliation properties, colors or other known reactive ingredients that may instigate reactions.

  • Sensitivity or allergic reactions to products (even past sensitivity/reactions)
  • Severe dryness and dehydration
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Photosensitivity
  • Rashes
  • Aging
  • Acne/Folliculitis
  •  Depending on your particular condition, you may not have a skin reaction until you are finished with treatment. Skin reactions come and go; they may seem to get better on their own, or they may come back again much later.  

Body and Scalp Treatments

kansa wand massage

Kansa Wand

 The Kansa Wand Face Massage reduces stress and provides a gentle face-lifting therapy, using a bronze-capped massage wand and organic natural massage oils.  

Organic Jojoba oil, along with essential oils, are used in the massage, which helps the wand to glide carefully over the face, providing a warm, relaxing, and comfortable sensation.

The Kansa Wand provides gentle friction to facial muscles which helps pull acidity from the tissues. If fact, as it is used on the face, oils will often get grey or black if acids are present in the skin.

The Kansa Wand work wonders for giving you a youthful face, stress-relief and total skin and mind-body rejuvenation! Whether as a part of a facial or a stand-alone experience, this wand will give you a natural, gentle face-tightening and revitalizing experience like never before!

All natural, involving no electronic gadgets, batteries, harmful radiations or even chemicals, Kansa Wand is made with the healing metal of India- Kansa.

That’s where the impressive power of the tool lies- in this golden, historical metal, Kansa.

 This particular wand is a medium sized wand, most versatile and good to use on the face, feet as well as the rest of the body.

Use it on the face as a part of a facial or as a stand-alone experience, use it on your neck, head, back, arms, legs, chest, abdomen etc. to relax the area, improve blood circulation and to energize the body.

People also like to use our Face and Body wand in painful areas like frozen shoulders or painful backs and enjoy relaxation and relief.

Additional benefits of a Kansa Wand Massage are:

  • The sensation is pleasurable and calms the whole nervous system
  • Eases muscle tension
  • Erases stress and tiredness in the feet or any muscle group.
  • Helps to relax the whole body and calm the mind so you feel clearer and both able to rest or go out there and shine in the world
  • Helps to make it easier to fall into deep, relaxing sleep

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A mole that changes in size, shape, or color is a dangerous mole and needs evaluation by a physician. If you notice something unusual, you should make an appointment as soon as possible with your dermatologist so it can be examined by a  professional.


  • Always use sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher
  • Avoid tanning, including UV tanning booths
  • Seek shade, particularly between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., when the sun is the strongest
  • Cover up with a broad-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sunglasses
  • Examine your skin from head to toe every month for signs of a changing mole or a suspicious-looking new one

What is that on my skin?

areas of the face

Face Mapping and Understanding what going on with your skin.


Zone 1 (Forehead):

ACNE: Small bumps or cysts caused by candida overgrowth in the gut. This will often be accompanied by acne in Zone 4.
MELASMA: Large patches of brown resulting from damage to the liver.
ROSACEA: Redness that remains relatively constant and worsens with triggers from certain foods or stress. It reflects the large intesine.

Zone 2 (Upper Eyelids):

ECZEMA: This is caused by adrenal stress. It can occur from excess caffeine and other stimulants, anxiety or heavy stress. It results in peeling and irritation of the skin.

Zone 3 (Lower Eyelid Region):

KIDNEY DAMAGE: Dark circles, redness or puffiness can occur from the use of NSAIDS like aspirin or ibuprofen, etc. It can also occur from caffeine, other medications, and lack of sleep.

Zone 4 (Cheeks and Temples):

ACNE: Small bumps or cysts caused by candida overgrowth in the gut.
ROSACEA: Redness that remains relatively constant or worsens from triggers like certain foods or stress. It reflects the large intestine.
MELASMA: Brown pigment areas found in similar regions on both sides of the face that result from liver damage often associated with medication.

Zone 5 (Lower-middle Cheekbone):

ROSACEA & ACNE ROSACEA: Redness and/or acne in this region is from bacterial or candida overgrowth, ulcers, and digestive issues in the small intestines.

Zone 6 (Lateral to Nose):

ROSACEA: Redness next to the nose is caused by gastritis or H. Pylori overgrowth in the stomach.

Zone 7 (Nasal Flares):

ROSACEA: Redness or capillaries on the side of the nose is caused by acid reflux affecting the lower esophagus.

Zone 8 (Tip of Nose):

ROSACEA: Redness associated with inflammation in the back of the throat often caused by hard alcohol.

Zone 9 (Lower Cheeks and Jawline):

ACNE: Bumps or cysts caused by estrogenic toxins and testosterone imbalance. Commonly affecting the mid-face, neck, chest, and back.
MELASMA: Brown pigment areas found in similar regions on both sides of the face that result from liver damage often associated with medication.

Zone 10 (Perioral):

ACNE: Bumps or cysts associated with estrogenic toxins and testosterone imbalance from toxins absorbed by the colon in constipated individuals.
PERIORAL DERMATITIS: This is caused either by constipation or from mouth toxicity from toxins like fluoride.
MELASMA: The upper lip can develop patchy brown areas associated with liver damage.