Treatments

Experience one of our luxurious body treatments, which will leave your skin soft, and completely rejuvenated. Our therapists use our exclusive KAFFÉ Coffee products from Hawaii to give you the most exclusive luxury experience. Combine a SPA KAFFÉ body treatment with a facial and leave feeling radiant from top to bottom.

BODY BUFF

A relaxing and Re-energizing for your full-body, skin-softening treatment that creates the ultimate experience. Our therapists use Kona Coffee & Salt Scrub to exfoliate the skin, improve circulation with antioxidant-rich . This perfect blend of Kona coffee, Salt & Natural oils is free from synthetic detergents to gently and effectively remove dead skin cells from the body without stripping skin of its moisture.

$45 / 30 minutes     $65 / 60 minutes     $80 / 90 minutes

 


BODY MUD MASK DETOX

A mud wrap that will leave you feeling re-energized and fresh. Nutrient rich mud is liberally applied to your body and left to work its magic. Our therapists use Professional Kona Coffee Mud Mask, to help restore the softness and beauty of your skin, and to provide rich, deep nourishment.

$79 / 60 minutes

  


Infrared Sauna

What is Infrared Sauna?

The use of hot air baths for relaxation; healing and ceremonial use goes back into distant history. Many Native Americans have used the Indian sweat lodge to release toxins from the body for 40,000 years! The traditional saunas are found around the world, in most cultures, and are powered by fire, and electric heating rocks.

Infrared ( meaning below red) is a band of light that we can only perceive as heat or through technological advances. Infrared light represents approximately 49% of the light energy found on earth depending on the a number of factors such as; the amount of sunlight absorbed, and the heat spent in evaporating water. Temperatures on the surface of Earth vary somewhere between freezing and 90 degrees F, which roughly defines the broad “spectrum” of infrared radiation emitted upward into the atmosphere. The Earths atmospheric infrared emission peaks at a wavelength of about 10 microns (micron is short for a micrometer or one millionth of a meter). Interestingly, the human body also absorbs and emits far infrared light at 10 microns.

Steam and Dry saunas work on a principle called convention, which is compared to an oven that heats the air thus heating the body. An Infrared sauna functions on a principle called radiant heat, which is like standing in the sun on a cold winter day absorbing the far infrared light from the sun, creating heat. When we apply infrared light to the body we are changing our cells with their own energy, speeding the metabolic process. As the body heats up to a mild fever of 99.0 degrees, the body starts to fight infection. The sweating is an important component, and 20% of all sweat released during an infrared sauna sessions contain harmful toxins that the body wouldn’t normally process through the kidneys or liver. In a traditional sauna or steam only 3% of your sweat is toxins released from the body.

What is the Benefit s of Infrared Sauna?

When we unload harmful toxins from the subcutaneous layer of fat through our skin, our bodies no longer have to work as hard to maintain a level of homeostasis. The benefits are profound, and people have seen safe weight loss, reduced allergies, improved skin conditions such as; acne, psoriasis, and pigmentation. Cancer cells with a heat shock protein of 70 or less die when exposed to infrared light. Residual or latent viruses, bacteria, toxins from chemotherapy, lead, mercury, uranium, pesticides, drug abuse, nicotine, and alcohol are released through the skin, unloading the body of the job of having to contain these harmful toxins away from vital organs.

Infrared sauna benefits everyone from infancy to deathbed. In neonatal units across the United States, premature babies who have yet developed enough to maintain their own body temperature are placed in incubators using far infrared light. In the elderly, infrared sauna treatments improves circulation, reduces pain, and helps maintain core body temperature for optimal body functioning, and improving overall quality of life. Infrared Sauna treatments have been documented to show improvement of the following diseases and conditions: Mercury Poisoning, Lyme’s Disease, COPD, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Cancer Therapy, Diabetes, Autism, Pain Management, Detoxification, and will speed the healing process of sore muscles or strained ligaments.

How long should I stay in an Infrared Sauna Treatment?

When first starting your sauna session, keep the temperature the temperature lower. The optimal temperature for the sauna health benefits would be 118 to 125 degrees. You should start your treatment with 15 minute increments and aspire to increase to 30 minutes. You should never use the sauna for more than 60 minutes. Once you begin to sweat you will find that you sweat more profusely when you wipe it away with a towel. If you feel faint, lightheaded, dizzy. Listen to your body and get out of the sauna.

Tips on How to Use Your New Sauna

Stay Hydrated! It's the most important rule of sauna use. Most of us don't drink enough water as it is. To get the most out of your sauna you must sweat! Your body is only going to be able to sweat out as much water as you give it. A good rule of thumb is to divide your body weight in half and drink that number of ounces in water daily. Drink, Drink, Drink at least a pint to 3 pints of water before, during and after your sauna session. It is never safe to drink alcohol in your sauna.

Wait at least 1 – 2 hours after eating before beginning a infrared sauna session. This allows your body to attain the best overall results, since blood is not being diverted for digestion.

No skin lotions. Do not use skin lotions or oils before or during your sauna session as this will inhibit sweating and clog up pores. As a side note: Your skin crème is wasted if used before or during your sauna. As you drip sweat lotion will run, it can get in your eyes. It's quite a messy business, it's much better to wait until after you've cooled down and showered before applying your favorite skin crème.

Find the right time for you! There are lots of right times to enjoy your sauna session. Sauna sessions are enjoyed to get the day started or the capstone of a long day. Saunas sessions can be quite beneficial in starting an exercise routine or ending one. A short sauna bath is often better than no sauna bath.

Sauna Apparel. Lightweight shorts and tee shirt are ok. Swim suits are better. "Birthday Suit" is fine, too. More skin exposure is certainly preferable as it's easier to wipe away sweat.

Towels, Towels, and more towels. How many towels you bring into the sauna is up to you. You will probably appreciate having one towel to sit on or lay on. One towel to help wipe off and absorb perspiration as it accumulates on your body so that you sweat more. One towel placed under your feet to catch any perspiration that might otherwise fall to the sauna floor. 

Sauna Temperature: Set your sauna temperature to 115 -130 degrees F to begin infrared sauna warm up. When sauna reaches 90-110 degrees F, it's time to begin your session.

Sauna Session Timer: Start Slowly When you first begin to use your infrared sauna. After you begin to break a sweat, a 10 -20 minute session is recommended. For the first week to two weeks, schedule your far infrared sauna sessions every other day. Do not exceed 60 minutes in the sauna per session.

Sauna Session Activities: By stretching your arms, legs, neck, back area, etc. during your far infrared sauna session you can achieve increased body flexibility, range of motion, and reduce chronic stiffness and problem areas. Massage congested and "knotty" muscle areas to help alleviate soreness, pain and tightness. Massage the area around old injuries to help bring more oxygen to the damaged area. This will assist in bringing improved healing to old injuries.

Cool Down. When you finish your sauna session, it is important to relax and cool down while your body continues to perspire. Find a quiet locations and sit quietly or recline with a towel or robe around you for about 10 minutes, or until you cease perspiring all together.

Shower Power: Once you have cooled down its time to take a warm shower, exfoliate your skin to thoroughly clean and remove sweat residue, old skin cells and any toxins that have risen to the surface of your skin. Once your body is thoroughly clean, cool the shower to help cool down your body completely and close the skin pores. 

Healing Reactions are temporary symptoms associated with eliminating toxic substances, healing chronic infections or metabolic changes in the body. They are an important function of all deep healing methods. These short lived "flare-ups" are generally mild and are positive sign that deep healing is occurring. Symptoms may include headache, muscle pain, odors, and fatigue. If you are experiencing a healing reaction, drink water and lie down and rest until the symptoms abate.

No Sweat: You may not sweat a lot during your first 2-3 sauna sessions. This is normal for many people, as they haven't had a recent history of sweating, and it takes a few sessions to "retrain" the body/ lymph system to do what comes naturally. Over time, you will begin to sweat more quickly and at a lower temperature setting as your body adjusts to your regular sauna routine. Dr. J.H. Halperin, Professor of Internal Medicine, Mount Sinai Medical Center.

Listen to your Body: Take care not to overheat during your first few sessions. If you feel lightheaded, have a queasy stomach, or start to get a headache, terminate session immediately. As the body continues to adjust, sweating can increase dramatically and body temperature regulation becomes more effective. An increase in heartbeat of up to 30% above the resting pulse is generally considered safe, unless a medical or heart condition requires keeping your pulse rate lower. Body temperature should not be allowed to rise above 102 degrees F.

$30 / 30 minutes


Hair Removal Treatments

We offer the traditional waxing method, and body sugaring treatments for hair removal. Both treatments are a form of semi-permanent hair removal which removes the hair from the root. New hair will not grow back in the previously treated area for four to six weeks.  Some people will start to see new growth in only a week due to their hair being on a different growth cycle; however, most clients will schedule their sessions once a month. Our Waxing Method and Body Sugaring treatments offer great results, and it is an individual preference as to which method one would prefer.

TRADITIONAL HOT WAX METHOD

SPA KAFFÉ is proud to offer the professional Zulene skin care wax line. It is formulated with soothing Azulene Oil, renowned for its skin calming properties. This balanced, gentle aromatic blend is pleasing to the senses, perfect for normal skin types, and the removal of medium to coarse hair.

Due to possible acute skin sensitivity, we will be unable to perform any waxing service if you are taking any medically prescribed skin regenerators or acne treatment.

Please refrain from using a tanning bed or extended sun exposure for a minimum of 24 hours after waxing.

Waxing Method Price
Eyebrow Re-Shaped $22
Eyebrow Clean-Up $18
Lip $10
Chin $15
Neck $15
Hairline $15
Side Burns $15
Full Face (no brow) $39
Full Face (with brow) $59
Under Arm $20
Full Arm $49
Half Arm $39
Bikini $49
Brazilian $69
Half Leg $69
Full Leg Bikini $89
Stomach & Chest $69
Half Back $40
Full Back $75

 

Some waxing prices are subject to the discretion of the therapist


BODY SUGARING METHOD

Enjoy our body sugaring treatment. SPA KAFFÉ is excited to announce our sugar products by Alexandria Professional, which manufactures 100% of their sugar pastes to ensure superb and consistent quality with each and every container. There are no chemical additives, no wax resins, and free from fragrance. Alexandria products are 100% free of the “nasties” such as paraben, urea, laurel sulphates, and petro. Body Sugaring is performed at body temperature, and adhere to the hair, not the skin, as to create an easier extraction from the follicle.

Tips to enhance your hair removal treatment:

Do’s

  • Consult Mother Nature before your first waxing / sugaring appointment before your appointment. Schedule an initial appointment several days after menstruation, when you are less sensitive to discomfort.
  • Allow 7-10 days of hair growth. If hair is 3/8” to 1/2” long, there is less tweezing and more effective hair removal from the treatment.
  • Return every three to four weeks, and book appointments in advance.
  • Limit caffeine intake on the day of your treatment. Caffeine stimulates the nervous system which increases sensitivity.
  • You can consider topical numbing cream, 35-45 minutes prior to your treatment. You can also take two Advil 1 1/2 hours before your session starts.

Don’ts

  • Never have a procedure in a new area for the first time right before a big event. You can’t always anticipate your skin’s reaction.
  • Don’t shave between treatment appointments; this makes the hair more resistant to future treatments.
  • Don’t touch freshly treated area for 24 hours. Hands carry bacteria which may lead to an infection.
  • Don’t expose skin to the sun or tanning beds for 24 hours.
  • Don’t take a hot bath / shower for the first 24 hours. A shower with cool water is easier on the skin.

 

Sugaring Method Price
Eyebrow Re-Shaped $22
Eyebrow Clean-Up $18
Lip $10
Chin $15
Neck $15
Hairline $15
Side Burns $15
Full Face (no brow) $39
Full Face (with brow) $59
Under Arm $20
Full Arm $49
Half Arm $39
Bikini $49
Brazilian $69
Half Leg $69
Full Leg Bikini $89
Stomach & Chest $69
Half Back $40
Full Back $75

 


Reiki Healing

Reiki Massage is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.

 $50 / 30 minutes   $80 / 60 minutes


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