Licensed Esthetician, Mary Dix-Hayse, opened Skin By Mary in 2010, later changing the name to Infuse Skin and Body. After practicing skin care for over eleven years in both a spa and medical setting, Mary wanted to combine the best of both worlds and offer results-driven skin care in a relaxing spa setting.
While as an Esthetician, Mary can provide relaxational treatments, her goal is results oriented treatments to help you correct problems in your skin and body. She is committed to providing the best service for everyone’s individual needs. Mary is a dedicated Esthetician, continuing education in specific modalities, so when you have a treatment at Infuse you know you will be receiving a treatment that is not only relaxing, but most importantly beneficial to your skin.
Mary is a Licensed Esthetician, who has focused her practice exclusively on skin care. She provides advanced skin care treatments, body treatments and waxing. Advanced treatments include HydraFacial, Oxygeneo, Microdermabrasion, Customized Exfoliations, Microcurrent, LED and Ultrasonic. She also offers spa facials and custom facials and hydrafacials. She can provide solutions for aging skin, oily skin, dry skin, acne, rosacea, hyperpigmentation, melasma and more. Go to our treatment page for more information on the skin care treatments and facials we offer.
Mary also performs waxing – from head to toe. She is an expert at brow waxes – from designing to just cleaning up the brows. Body waxing, including brazilian waxing, is fast, efficient and sanitary. At Infuse Skin and Body, we want to be your spot for brazil wax in Peoria, IL. Please see our waxing page for more information.
What is an Esthetician
A Licensed Esthetician is someone who has extensive knowledge of the skin, skin conditions and skin treatments. They have graduated from an accredited school, approved by the State, and passed a comprehensive test administered by the state in which they practice. Licensed Estheticians are required to take continuing education courses approved by the State. The place in which they practice also has to be licensed by the State and meet certain criteria.
When you choose to work with someone to improve or maintain skin health, make sure the title “Licensed Esthetician” is behind their name, that all of their licenses are up-to-date and that they have the proper knowledge to address your concerns.