High Frequency


High Frequency Treament:

The high frequency facial is a skin care treatment offered at AliciaDion Beauty in Atlanta and is used by professionals only to help treat and

  • Prevent stubborn acne,
  •  Shrink enlarged pores
  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Decongest puffy eyes
  • Rade dark eye circles,
  • Reduce ingrown hairs
  • Kills bacteria that causes acne
  • Reduce Acne Scars
  • Stimulates Collagen

  • rejuvenate the condition of the scalp and nourish hair follicles for healthier hair growth.

  • Softens Skin

  • Calms Inflamed Skin

Considered a timeless and essential skin rejuvenating treatment by those the skin care industry, high frequency has been shown to stimulate cell renewal and improve skin care product penetration and absorption by gently warming the tissues of the skin.

The safe, gentle oscillating and oxygenating power of high frequency electrical current has been shown to enhance blood circulation, increase collagen and elastin production, eliminate toxins and acne-causing bacteria, encourage lymphatic drainage, exfoliate dead skin cells and improve skin care product absorption.

The primary action of high frequency current is thermal (heat producing) and is characterized by a high rate of oscillation. Due to its rapid rate of oscillation, high frequency does not cause muscular contractions – instead, it works on the principle of skin toning.

High Frequency Treatment offered at AliciaDion Beauty in Atlanta,Ga

Who Can Get High Frequency?

  • This is a safe procedure which can be performed on Men and Women including teenagers suffering from mild to moderate Acne.

  • It is suitable for anyone suffering from Body Acne such as Back or Chest.

  • It is also suitable for treating just one spot before a special occasion such as a Wedding.

Who is not Suitable for this procedure?

  • Pregnancy

  • Cancer

  • Acute infectious disease and fever

  • Nausea

  • Dysfunction or disorders of the nervous system

  • Inflammatory disease

  • Epilepsy

  • High or low blood pressure\heart disease

  • PacemakersWe recommend having the treatments once a week for a minimum of 6-8 sessions and then maintenance sessions thereafter.

  • Haemophilia

How many Session are Required?

  • We recommend having the treatments once a week for a minimum of 6-8 sessions and then maintenance sessions thereafter.

Are there any possible Side Effects?

​* High frequency is considered extremely safe. There are very limited possible side effects, all of them relatively mild (short-term skin irritation for example).


Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels

How Long is the Procedure and How Does It Feel?

Generally a chemical peel takes 30-45 minutes. During the procedure, you will feel a warmth and tingling sensation over the area being treated.  You may feel stinging, burning, and even itching and can vary from mild to intense, depending on the type of peel being performed. The esthetician performing the peel will either fan the area being peeled or provide you with fan to ease any discomfort. All sensations will stop once the acids are neutralized.

Reasons to get a Chemical Peel
A chemical peel will:

  1. Improve the texture of your skin

  2. Increase the cell turnover rate of your skin

  3. Improve your skin’s ability to hold moisture

  4. Help your skin produce more collagen

  5. Reduce fine lines

  6. Decrease hyperpigmentation

  7. Unclog pores and help clear up acne

  8. Leave your skin smooth

  9. Make your skin softer

  10. Make your skin look more even-toned

  11. Give you a “glow”

  12. Make your skin look dewy

  13. Improve minor scarring

Who Can Get a Chemical Peel?

Almost anyone can get a peel as long as they don’t have any of the exceptions listed below.  Generally people with darker skin need to take more precautions before getting a peel and must make sure that the peel they are receiving is formulated for their skin type and done by an experienced, licensed professional.  The reason for this is that very strong chemical peels can actually cause more hyperpigmentation on darker skin if done improperly.


  • Pregnant and nursing. Women not receive peels since there are no studies, as of yet, about the effects of peels on fetuses or nursing babies.

  • If you have taken or have just gotten off of Accutane within the last 6 months.

  • If you are prone to cold sores a peel can actually bring on an outbreak so you need to take anti-viral medication before, the day of, and the day after your treatment.

  • If you have a tendency to scar, are taking antibiotics, have cancer or an autoimmune disease, or have an open sore you cannot get a chemical peel.

How Does The Esthetician Know What Type of Peel I Need?

Before you get a peel you will have a complimentary skincare consultation with your esthetician so she can answer all of your questions and provide you with the proper pre-peel regimen (so your skin in properly prepped for the day of the treatment).

Before your peel, you will also need to fill out a skincare and history questionnaire which accesses your skin type, medical conditions, allergies, the products you are currently using, and the results you want to achieve.  An esthetician must keep many factors in mind before performing a peel so that the client gets the best possible result with the fewest possible side effects.

If you are new to peels, it is highly recommended that you start with a lighter peel the first time you get a chemical peel and build up the strength of your peels from there.  All of these issues should be discussed with your esthetician before you receive your first peel.

After Chemical Peel Instructions:

  • Immediately following peel, take extra precaution to guard against exposure to sun. This means 30 SPF applied consistently throughout the day and a large brimmed hat (not a visor or baseball cap). REAPPLY, REAPPLY, REAPPLY.
  • First night, do not wash face at all.
  • Days 2 through 6, avoid hard cleansers, Retin-A, AHAs, or Benzoyl Peroxide. Wash twice daily with a gentle cleanser.
  • Please do not exfoliate using any scrubs, cleansing brushes, washcloths, or acid/enzyme based products for 8-13 days; longer if done on body.
  • PAT. DO NOT RUB. This applies to drying the skin or putting product onto the skin.
  • Apply a light moisturizer or serum after cleansing and throughout the day, if needed. Do not OVER moisturize. While the skin does need to be kept moist to prevent cracking or crusting, we must remember the purpose of the chemical peel is to peel.
  • DO NOT PICK OR PULL THE SKIN, as scarring and hypopigmentation (white spots) can occur.
  • It is safe to wear makeup 24 hours after application, but I do not recommend until after flaking has stopped. If you had a more aggressive peel (TCA/Jessner), avoid makeup for the first week.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise or activity for the first 48 hours. Yes, this can include sexual activity.
  • Do not get any other facial treatments/procedures for at least one week after peel or until flaking stops.
  • Discontinue the use of Retinol or Retin-A products for a week after treatment.
  • Do not have electrolysis, facial injections, facial waxing, or use depilatories for approximately two weeks after treatment.
  • ABSOLUTELY do not go to a tanning booth for at least 4-6 weeks after a treatment.

* Everyone will not experience peeling of their facial skin. However, this is not an indication that the peel was ineffective. If peeling does not occur please know that you are still receiving all the benefits of the peel, such as: stimulation of collagen production, improvement of skin tone and texture, and diminished fine lines and pigmentation.

Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber


ALICIADION BEAUTY, offers the latest Skin treatments and services and is proud to offer the ULTRASONIC SKIN TREATMENT also known as Skin PEELING. This service is painless, non invasive and can make a difference after just one service.


Perfect for those Experiencing: 

  • oily skin;

  • the abundance of black dots;

  • age spots;

  • persistent inflammation in the form of pimples and acne;

  • the lesions peeling;

  • the first signs of aging;

  • photoaging;

  • thin skin that is too sensitive for other peels;

  • wrinkles;

  • dull, unhealthy complexion



Who is not a good Candidate for this treatment;

  • pregnancy, lactation;

  • hypertension;

  • Oncology;

  • pustular irritation and rashes;

  • the presence of electro-pacemaker or intrauterine device;

  • aggravation of any disease;

  • mental disorders, epilepsy;

  • facial paralysis, trigeminal neuralgia;

  • infectious disease;

  • if less than 3 months after the last deep or medium chemical peels;

  • implantation of gold threads;

  • thrombophlebitis, bronchial asthma;

  • pathology of the endocrine system;

  • cardiovascular diseases;

  • sinusitis, sinusitis;

  • psoriasis, chronic dermatitis;

  • kidney stones or gallbladder;

  • pronounced rosacea.

How often can I do ultrasonic peeling?

The frequency of procedures is appointed by a beautician individually. Usually it starts out with a series of sessions: at least 6 at intervals of 1-2 weeks. After that, ultrasonic cleaning of the face can be done once every 2 months.

You can do the IPL after ultrasonic peeling?

Since both procedures — stress for the skin, the interval between them must be at least 2 weeks in order to avoid complications with the skin.

Why choose chemical peels or ultrasonic cleaning?

Chemical peels, despite their high efficiency, has one significant drawback: it is traumatic and can leave behind a burn, not only the superficial but the deep layer of the dermis. If you have serious skin problems that cannot be solved by other methods, it’s worth the risk and give preference to chemistry. If you need to only lightly clean the upper epidermis, without hesitation, choose ultrasound.

With regular use of this innovative method of cleaning, the skin will be transformed and will look at any time of year is amazing. If you want to look young and well-groomed, we strongly suggest you to get accustomed to this very effective and simple procedure. Treat your skin with this cleaning once, you will again and again to return to the salon to refresh her.





Dermaplaning is a safe (provided the person performing it is properly trained) and highly effective physical exfoliation procedure. It requires the use of a sterile, surgical scalpel to gently “shave” the skin’s surface, removing the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, vellus hair (aka peach fuzz)

Dermaplaning is a favorite in the entertainment industry, specifically among models and actresses. Why? It also eliminates that annoying peach fuzz that cakes up in makeup and can be enhanced by harsh production lighting and high-definition cameras. Dermaplaning removes all the dead skin cells and also the facial hair, leaving the surface very smooth. Dermaplaning also allows for greater penetration of skincare products and creates a flawless canvas for makeup to glide on smoothly. In fact, cosmetic dermatologists often use dermaplaning to help prepare skin for more intrusive procedures such as laser treatments and chemical peels.

Wondering if you should try dermaplaning versus microdermabrasion? They are both forms of physical exfoliation, but the methods are very different. Microdermabrasion sands and suctions dead skin cells, which also helps to uproot clogged pores around the nose, mouth and chin. Dermaplaning safely scrapes off the top layer of skin, so it is well suited for drier skin types and anyone who wants to get rid of peach fuzz. But, keep in mind, both methods are good for almost everyone and it could just boil down to your personal preference.

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    Dermaplaning is recommended for all skin types except those with acneic skin. If you have deep cystic acne, wait until breakouts are clear before trying this treatment. As always, also discuss any allergies or skin sensitivities before starting a treatment.

    This is a great treatment if you are pregnant or nursing and want exfoliation without the risk of harsh chemicals absorbing into the blood stream and potentially harming your baby.


    Dermaplaning is a painless procedure and can be compared to the sensation of shaving your legs, but in this case, it’s on your face.

    First, the aesthetician will cleanse and thoroughly dry your skin. Next, she’ll pull an area of your skin taut with one hand, and hold a sterile 10 gauge blade at a 45 degree angle in the other hand and use short, swift strokes to scrape off dead skin cells and peach fuzz.


  • About 30 minutes


    There are no side effects and zero downtime. But facial Shaving,Waxing is not permitted for 72 hours. After the treatment, your skin will be highly sensitive to sun exposure and may already look very pink, so be sure to wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher to reduce the risk of hyper-pigmentation.


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    You’ll immediately look more radiant with a more even skin tone and texture. All of your peach fuzz will be gone, which is why first-timers say their skin has never felt so soft before.


    Dermaplaning removes 21 days worth of dead skin cells, so it’s best to allow the skin to complete its rejuvenation cycle before your next treatment


    Dermaplaning should be administered by a board certified dermatologist or licensed aesthetician. At AliciaDion Beauty, services are always performed by a licensed Esthetician.



  • We’re stating the obvious, but don’t make any sudden movements while the aesthetician is scraping your face.

  • If you have resilient skin, try coupling a Checmical peel and Dermaplaning in the same session for incredible results.

    Many women are often concerned that shaving peach fuzz will make it grow back heavier and darker, but that’s just an old wives’ tale. Superficial vellus hair (that’s the science-y name for clear or white soft fine facial hair) will grow back at the same rate and with the same texture as it was before the treatment.