Benefits of a Facial

August 07, 2020

Benefits of a Facial

A facial is the best investment for your skin – now and for the future. Getting regular facials from a trained professional esthetician offers more than just a relaxing experience. 

 

A Facial includes: 

  • Expert skin analysis and professional advice on how to care for your skin properly. Most importantly, this lesson will include which products or ingredients work best for your skin type and how to care for your skin at home so you can maintain the results of your facial. We will problem solve your skin issues whether it’s dry skin, irritation, inflamed acne or brown spots and we will always customize your facial to focus on what your skin needs are. 
  • Professional strength exfoliation will smooth the skin, increase cellular turnover, soften lines, and break up discoloration to promote a more even tone. It will also clean out blackheads and clogged pores. 
  • Increase circulation to encourage a glow with facial massages and steam to help increase blood flow and circulation, and lymphatic drainage to bring new nutrients to the skin, encouraging a youthful radiance. 
  • Stress relief because you deserve it! Aside from the various skin benefits facials can offer, they are extremely relaxing and immediately de-stresses you physically and psychologically. Nourish your soul and pamper your skin, while spending time at the spa!



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