Our facials are specialised skincare treatments administered by licensed estheticians or dermatologists, focusing on the rejuvenation and improvement of the skin on the face and neck. These treatments offer a combination of cleansing, exfoliation, massage, mask application, and personalised product application, all tailored to an individual’s unique skin type and concerns.

Our ‘Glow-and-Go’ facials offer not only physical benefits but also provide a calming and luxurious experience, making them a popular choice for relaxation and self-care. Regular facials contribute significantly to maintaining healthy skin, addressing specific concerns, and providing a revitalising escape from the stresses of everyday life. Consulting with one of our skincare professionals ensures that the chosen facial is tailored to an individual’s skin type and concerns, maximizing the benefits and promoting overall skin health.


Glow and Go – $140

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What To Expect

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are facials beneficial?

The fundamental components of a facial start with a thorough cleansing. During this step, the skin is meticulously cleaned to remove makeup, dirt, and excess oil, preparing it for subsequent treatments. Exfoliation follows, a process aimed at eliminating dead skin cells. This crucial step promotes skin renewal, leaving behind a smoother complexion.

What can I expect after my facial?

After a facial, it’s crucial to be gentle with your skin. Avoid touching your face, and avoid harsh soaps or strong cleansers. Stay hydrated, protect your skin from the sun with SPF, and skip makeup if possible, especially after treatments like extractions.

Hold off on exfoliating and be cautious with hot water, saunas and steam rooms for 24 – 48 hours. The best aftercare is to follow your treatment provider’s advice and be patient for results, as they may take a day or so to show fully.

If you experience prolonged irritation, please contact our team. Remember, every skin type is different, so listen to your skin’s needs and adjust your routine accordingly.

How often should you get a facial?

The frequency of getting a facial depends on various factors, including skin type, skin concerns and personal preferences.

Normal or combination skin:

  • Maintenance – For those with relatively balanced skin, a monthly facial can help maintain skin health and prevent common issues.
  • Specific concerns – If you have specific concerns like pigmentation or acne, consider more frequent sessions based on the advice of your esthetician.

Oily or acne-prone skin:

  • Acne treatments – Individuals with active acne may benefit from more frequent facials, such as bi-weekly sessions, especially during the initial stages of addressing acne problems. Once the acne is under control, the frequency can be reduced.
  • Maintenance – Once the acne is managed, transitioning to a monthly facial can help maintain skin clarity and prevent breakouts.

Dry or dehydrated skin:

  • Hydration boost – Dry skin benefits from regular hydration. Monthly or bi-monthly facials can help infuse the skin with moisture and address dryness concerns.

Sensitive skin:

  • Gentle care – Sensitive skin requires gentle treatment. Monthly or occasional facials with calming and soothing ingredients can be helpful without overstimulating the skin.

Mature or aging skin:

  • Anti-aging treatments – Individuals focusing on anti-aging benefits might consider monthly facials, incorporating treatments that boost collagen production and target fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Intensive treatments – Periodic intensive treatments, like microdermabrasion or chemical peels, can be spaced several weeks apart to enhance results.

Special occasions or events:

  • Pre-event preparation—Some people choose to get a facial a few days before a special event for a radiant complexion. The timing depends on the event date and personal preferences.

At-home skincare:

  • Regular skincare routine – Daily skincare at home is essential. Your esthetician can recommend products and routines tailored to your skin type and concerns to maintain results between facials.

It’s crucial to consult with a professional esthetician or dermatologist to determine the optimal frequency for your specific needs. They can assess your skin, listen to your concerns and recommend a personalised facial schedule.

Additionally, they can guide the types of facials and treatments that would best address your skin’s unique requirements. Remember that consistency in skincare routines at home and with professional treatments plays a significant role in achieving and maintaining healthy, glowing skin.

What are some side effects of a facial?

Facials are generally safe, but like any cosmetic procedure, they can have some mild side effects, including temporary redness, slight swelling, sensitivity or minor breakouts (this is rare). All of these usually subside within a day or two.

What can I expect from a facial treatment?

These facial treatments offer a combination of cleansing, exfoliation, massage, mask application and personalised product application, all tailored to your unique skin type and concerns.

What’s the difference between a facial and a chemical peel?

A chemical peel uses chemical solutions to strip the surface layer of cells away for a newer, healthier layer to return. A facial uses serums and products to clean pores, extract oil and moisturise the skin.

What should I do before my facial treatment?

Don’t skip putting moisturiser on before your facial, and don’t worry if you have a little makeup on your face when you come in; we’ll remove your makeup. Avoid getting waxed, threaded or tanning 24 hours before your appointment, as these can cause sensitivities and possible reactions to the products used during your treatment. Avoid any strong at-home facial treatments the week before your appointment and any exfoliation treatments a few days before. We also recommend staying out of the sun and tanning for a week before your facial.

Can I get a facial if I’m sunburnt?

If you are sunburnt or have sunburn on your face, we recommend rescheduling your facial. The sun sensitises the face, and some treatment products will irritate sunburned skin.

Should I expect to experience breakouts after my facial?

No, our products are not irritating to the skin and should not cause acne or breakouts to surface. Minor breakouts are rare post-facial, and irritation may occur if you have sensitive skin.

Can I get a facial if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?

Yes, you can get a facial when you’re pregnant. Your skin can reflect the hormonal changes occurring within your body during pregnancy, and having regular services can help alleviate some of the symptoms, such as breakouts, increased redness, and sensitivity.

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