Facials are often seen as being a treat or as part of a spa day. Although this is true, they should be included as part of your regular skin care routine as they have more deep-rooted, long-term benefits than skincare products.
If you have made the commitment to take better care of your skin this year then you need to carefully consider the many benefits of having regular, maintenance facials.
Deep cleansing action
One great benefit of the maintenance facial that is done by a professional is that they are deeply cleansing. These facials penetrate deep down into the pores of the skin and help to get rid of any impurities and debris. This leaves you with blemish-free skin.
There are many factors that can impact how our skin looks and feels. The environment, the weather and our diet and lifestyle all play a part. Maintenance facials include exfoliating the skin which makes it look and appear fresh and healthy.
Hydration from within
Living and working in air-conditioned environments can make our skin incredibly dry. This can lead to problems such as cracked and sore skin. What happens when we have regular maintenance facials is that our skin is moisturised, making it feel soft, plump and pliable.
Facials when done at the right skincare center by the right aesthetician will use products like super serums, ampoules, masks and other ingredients that contain glycolic acid, hyaluronic acid, niacinamide and other vitamins that may not even be found in most skincare products and even if they are, they are in such low quantities that they are hardly beneficial to the skin.
Maintenance facials are similar to regular dental check ups, take too long to go to one and it will further ruin the health of your skin. when you invest in the right facials, they will worn on your specific skin concerns and work on a long-term goal to correct your issues with the right treatments and products.
We provide a range of maintenance facials to suit all skin types and needs including microdermabrasion, micro needling, hydrafacials, LED therapy and so much more. If you would like further advice and information, then please do get in touch with us today.