Facials for All Skin Types
Step into Spring with refreshed skin by treating yourself to a professional facial.
There are so many home facial kits on the market these days and tools such as face rollers and microdermabrasion pads that can be used at home. However, every so often a professional facial by an esthetician could be very medial for your skin.
Estheticians have professional training and expertise and access to a wider range of tools and professional strength products that you cannot buy over the counter.
Another great aspect of professional facials is that they can produce good results instantly so let’s take a look at some of the options out there.
Dry skin facials
As the name suggests, a hydrating facial can do wonders for those with dry skin, and it’ll aid your skincare routine with a little extra hydration. The facial will usually be in the format of a classic facial – washing, exfoliating, and massaging products into the skin – but will integrate lots of humectant-rich ingredients into the skin for added plumpness.
Sensitive Skin Facials
LED light therapy facial
LED light therapy is a method used within the skincare industry which maximises results within the skin, using less traditional methods. Instead of using physical products, it makes use of the benefits that come from different wavelengths of light, and different colours on the spectrum come with different benefits. In this case, it’s great to treat any concerns that appear on sensitive skin, as you don’t need to worry about potential irritation from skin care products.
Skin brightening facials for dull skin and blemishes
Dull skin is frustrating, as it’s not a word you’d like to use to describe your complexion, and it can be difficult to deal with. A chemical peel will remove the upper layers of skin cells from your face, exfoliating your skin to reveal a brighter, fresher appearance from beneath. You’ll look glowing immediately after your session.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Therapy is a non-invasive way to treat your skin for blemishes and blemishes, as well as overall dullness. A session isn’t generally too long, and it involves the use of a device over your face which sends specific wavelengths of light into your skin and is absorbed by the melanin and haemoglobin below the surface, reducing hyperpigmentation and blemishes.
Anti-ageing skin facials
Chemical peels aren’t only useful when it comes to dull and blemished skin, as their powerful properties can also help to reduce the signs of ageing. A deeply penetrating chemical peel can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time, and its exfoliating powers can reduce signs of hyperpigmentation which also come with age.
Alternative and Avant Garde facials
Finally, a trendy new style of facial is facial massage, which is becoming increasingly popular. Rather than treating a specific skincare concern as such, it approaches your entire facial structure and targets specific points of tension in the face to define the structure (such as carving your cheekbones) by removing fluid build-up. It also improves the circulation of your face, leaving you with a glowing complexion.
It’s clear to see that there are so many different types of facials out there, and they can tackle a wide variety of skincare concerns.
So, why not treat yourself to a relaxing appointment of your own? Click here to get started.