A Day 'N Nite Salon & Spa, LLC
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Meet Our Owner & Artistic Director
Master Stylist Lynda Walker has been working in the beauty industry for 30 years this year and her training and experience span across many areas. She attended cosmetology school at Allure in Tucson, where she graduated in 1984 before working her way to owning her first salon in 1996.She is a native of Tucson and a graduate of Catalina High School. She is married and has one son and three dogs. "If you have never been to my establishment, please come by and tour the two buildings and two courtyards in which we offer luxurious services of all kinds. You won't regret it! Voted the most unique spa in Tucson by the people for the people!"
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Our Services Include
Massage therapy is more than relaxing me-time. Studies continue to prove the physical, and emotional benefits of even a single massage therapy session. Relives Stress, Encourages Relaxation and more... CLICK HERE for More Info
We follow the latest trends to get creative when improving your hair's look and feel. Whether it is a razor-textured cut, a European hard line look, or a layered, "punkie" look... CLICK HERE for More Info
Skin Care & Waxing
DermaplaningDermaplaning Information and Q&A Dermaplaning is a highly effective procedure for removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells. The Dermaplane will also remove the layer of vellous hair that often covers the face, commonly known as "peach fuzz" which traps dirt and oil. The treatment gives the skin a smoother appearance. The removal of the outer layer of skin cells also allows for better penetration and absorption of both pharmaceutical and cosmeceutical products. These skin cells are no longer a protectant, but are a barrier for other procedures and/or products. A highly specialized instrument is used to “refinish” the skin’s top layers through a method of controlled scraping. This procedure is safely performed using a sterile blade and handles exclusively for Dermaplaning. It is safely performed holding the blade at a 45 degree angle and stroked against the skin while holding the skin taught and stroking gently across the area. It is non-invasive, quick and easy! Why dermaplaning? Pros: Clients complaining of dull, dry, congested, or dehydrated skin are excellent candidates. Typically these issues are caused by a surface barrier of dead skin cells that are preventing topical products from penetrating too deeply into the skin. Also, impurities from within are trapped and underlying cells are unable to surface. Dermaplaing can remove this barrier and allow the client's skin to respond to skin care products. Dermaplaing is an excellent treatment for any clients currently using Retin-A, Retinols, Glycolic acid, high strengths of Salicycli acids or other aggressive topical treatments. Dermaplaing will accelerate the sloughing off of dead, peeling skin and is a great alternative to waxing. Many aggressive products cause the skin to be more vulnerable to damage and waxing may cause skin damage. Cons: It is not recommended to dermaplane someone who is highly sensitive, has pustular and oozing skin or active rosacea. Typically, diabetic or auto-immune clients are should not be treated due to poor healing times. There are a few individuals that the dermaplaning should not be used on: Active acne, thick dark hair (Terminal Hair), open sores or wounds, inflammatory skin condition. Frequency Asked Questions How is the Dermaplane treatment performed? It is safely performed by using a sterile surgical Dermaplane. The dermaplane is held against the skin at a 45 degree angle and stroked along the skin, just like shaving. However, the technician is stroking the instrument while holding the skin taut. Is the Dermaplane Treatment Safe? When performed by a professionally trained technician, the Dermaplaning is extremely safe. There are no more risks from Dermaplaning to the skin than if a man were to shave his face. If you are "blading" the skin on the face, won't the hairs on the face grow back thicker? No, this is physiologically impossible. Once the hair is cut, it will maintain a blunt edge; however, this blunt edge will not physiologically alter the hair itself. There are two types of hair that grow on our bodies: Vellous hair, when cut or removed, will grow back at the same size and shape. The main structure of the hair does not change and cannot be altered by dermaplaning. Terminal hair is physiologically course. When this hair type is cut, it will always grow back course. Can dermaplaning cause the skin to bleed? Yes, it can cause the skin to bleed. The treatment is being performed with a very sharp instrument. However, the incidence of cutting into the skin is slim. A similar situation can be compared when you are shaving. While cuts are possible, it rarely happens. Dermaplaning the skin is identical. If it is performed by a trained technician, the chance of a cut is very slim! What areas of the skin can be treated? Dermaplaning the skin is performed on the face only. You should not dermaplane the nose, eye lids, neck or chest. Sometimes, technicians who are still learning practice on arms and legs as the skin is tougher in these areas. For clients, it is recommended for a technician to only dermaplane the face. How often is this procedure performed? Dermaplaning can be performed every 4 to 6 weeks. Treating the skin in this manner actually removes about 2 to 3 weeks worth of dead skin cells. The technician should allow the skin to complete its normal skin cycle of approximately 30 days. It is not recommended to perform this treatment prior. Can dermaplaning be performed with a chemical peel? Yes. It is perfectly safe to dermaplane the skin along with a peel. Does the skin actually peel from dermaplaning? Occasionally the skin will peel after a dermaplaning. If the procedure is done at a 2 week interval, the client's skin's growth cycle will not have had a chance to complete. At this time, you will be blading skin that does not need it and peeling may occur. In the event that you are dermaplaing the skin with a chemical peel, the client may experience some peeling. We recommend not over-exfoliating the skin or using too strong a peel with dermaplaning. What skin types/conditions can be treated? All skin types may benefit from dermaplaning. It is not recommended to dermaplane a client who may have acne or an excessive production of sebaceous gland oils. Sebaceous glands excrete oil along the vellous hair. If the hair is removed, the oils may cause bacterial growth that can stimulate acne outbreaks.
Body treatments are essentially a facial for your whole body and leave your skin feeling velvety smooth and soft. CLICK HERE for More Info
The nail care experts at A Day and 'Nite Salon & Spa will beautify your hands and feet with a soothing spa manicure or spa pedicure. CLICK HERE for More Info