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, extraction, 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.
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 through mechanical methods like scrubs or microdermabrasion or chemical techniques involving enzymes or acids. This crucial step promotes skin renewal, leaving behind a smoother complexion.
After a facial, it’s crucial to be gentle with your skin. Avoid touching your face and steer clear of 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 any specific advice given by your treatment provider and be patient for results, as they may take a day or so to fully show. If you experience prolonged irritation, please get in touch with our team. Remember, every skin is different, so listen to your skin’s needs and adjust your routine accordingly.
The frequency of getting a facial depends on various factors, including your skin type, skin concerns, and personal preferences.
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 provide guidance on the types of facials and treatments that would best address your skin’s unique requirements. Remember that consistency in skincare routines, both at home and with professional treatments, plays a significant role in achieving and maintaining healthy, glowing skin.
Facials are generally safe, but like any cosmetic procedure, they can have some mild side effects, including temporary redness, slight swelling, sensitivity, or, rarely, minor breakouts, all of which usually subside within a day or two.