Dr. Lucas Championniere Pulverizer Mist Sprayer

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Dr. Lucas Championniere Pulverizer Mist Sprayer

I would like to know who has experience with the Dr. Lucas Sprayer. I just got one for the Repechage sensitive facial that I will be starting soon, but I'd like to know know more about what other liquids to use and a protocol as when to use it during the facial and for how long. I have pure rose water from France that I tested in it. Any advise is welcome. 

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Comment by Lisa A. Starr on January 8, 2016 at 9:46am

It is very effective for deep cleansing and hydrating. You can use it at any time during the facial. For example, extractions are best done on hydrated skin so sometimes I will put a very small amount of baking soda dissolved  in the beaker with the long tube. This softens the sebum and deeply hydrates the skin prior to extractions. For this pH of solution, cover eyes with moist cotton pads, (others such as rose, hydrosols or teas, it's great for the entire eye area so no need to cover eyes). You will want to bring the treatment bed/table up to have client at a half-seated angle, or place a pillow under their head and have them turn toward you. Just be sure that you don't spray up into the nose! It's best to drape the client's hair and upper body well because the fine mist can accumulate, wet the hair and chill the client if not well draped. Have a clean wash cloth in your other hand to catch drips. For my VERY sensitive clients I brew strong chamomile tea with a little bit of mint. This is amazingly soothing and hydrating for skin after extractions. You can also soften Clay Masks with the Dr. Lucas prior to removal with just distilled water, (be sure to catch the drips with 4x4 or disposable sponge). It's "old school" but the French knew what they were doing when they invented this device. My clients (and students) LOVE it and it just feels divine. Be sure to use water soluble products, dissolved in water for the glass beaker with the long tube. Otherwise, the nozzle can get clogged and defeats the whole purpose of the ultra fine mist. Clean it occasionally with vinegar and water, depending on how much you use it. Just about 1 Tsp in the tank with distilled water. Run that through and then follow it with just distilled. If you're not going to use it for a few days, empty the water out. It is a fabulous alternative to having a steamer. It's good for all skin types, as steam is not always recommended. As long as you maintain it, protect from breakage, (the beakers are FRAGILE and often break so have one or two extras on hand) you will love the results. I hope this info has been helpful to you. 

Comment by Nancy Squier on September 7, 2014 at 1:21pm

I bought mine just recently and there wasn't clear information in the manual or box, as the item is made in France.  Thank you for the clarity in which beaker to add the "other"  toners, additives,etc!  I use distilled water for all machines using water as a standard, thanks a  million, Monica!

Comment by Willie Acklin on June 13, 2014 at 6:06pm

Thank you both for your recommendations.  

Comment by Debbie Fong Kho on June 13, 2014 at 5:26pm

I was trained using Lucas spray, must use distilled water and depending on skin type certain essential oils are excellent addition to any facials.

Debbie

Comment by Monica Grajales on April 16, 2013 at 12:06pm

Hi

You can put anything you want! Obviously, you only add water to the tank.  One of the beakers should be empty.

The other beaker (the one where the longer hose fits in), is to be filled with any toner according to skin type, natural rose water, distilled water with aromatherapy essential oils, or even an ampoule!

I recommend the use of the dr lucas at the end of the treatment because it is cold and will, in and of itself, tone the skin and close the pores so nothing else will enter the skin.

Be careful, the metal parts are HOT!!

 

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