Peaches may be in season, but Peach Fuzz is not! Dermaplaning is the answer to remove: Dead Skin Cells and Facial Hair. Dermaplaning performed by a professional skin care therapist in a safe and clean environment will guarantee a beautiful new layer of glowing skin. Book you appointment now at Pia’s! bypia.com Dermaplaning in Tampa […]Continue reading Dead skin cells? Dermaplaning is the answer!
Get to know the Pia Day Spa team! Meet Taylor! She is a nail technician at our St. Pete location! She also does facials and waxing! Book your appointment with Taylor today and stay tuned next week for another employee spotlight!Continue reading Employee of the Week: Taylor
Pia Esthetics Day Spa prides themselves in hiring talented, passionate technicians! Meet Ashlee! She works at our St. Pete location and you can book an appointment with her for microblading, lash extensions, waxing, facials and more! Stay tuned next week for another employee spotlight!Continue reading Pia Day Spa Employee of the Week: Ashlee
Elizabeth Cortez is one of the receptionists at Pia Day Spa in South Tampa! This smiling face will gladly greet you before your appointment! Stay tuned for more employee spotlights! Schedule your appointment at our South Tampa location now!Continue reading Meet Elizabeth at Pia Day Spa!
You know the drill, cleanse and moisturize every morning and night, and save your intensive treatments for just before bed. But, what about exfoliation? This has been a hot debate recently, causing some to question what the best time of day to exfoliate is. Turns out most experts are 100% in agreement that it is […]Continue reading Morning versus Evening Exfoliation: What’s Best for Your Skin.
Massimo. Perfecto. Presto. Refresh! So many choices, I know! Ideally I suggest getting a facial every 6-8 weeks. If you’ve never gotten a facial before and are curious which one to choose from our menu, please call our front desk and inquire! However, if you’d like my advice beforehand, simply keep reading this post. Below […]Continue reading Need a Facial? How to Choose the Best One for Your Skin Type
skin in its 20s skin in its 30s skin in its 40s skin in its 50s skin in its 20s Skin will still produce a good amount of sebum (oil) and will have a healthy cell turnover of about every 14-25 days. Breakouts may still be an issue, and you might start seeing fine lines […]Continue reading Skin Care Through the Ages