A professional facial is way more than a luxury – it’s
hygiene & exercise for the skin. Facials offer you the
opportunity to work with a skincare specialist who will
analyze your skin, help you improve your complexion
& show you how to have proper homecare for your
skin. A facial provides a deep cleansing, deeper than
the cleansing you will get at home.
A facial includes deep cleansing, as well as exfoliation, which
helps unclog your pores along with extracting (if necessary) to help
rid skin of any blemishes. Your skin professional will
help soften the skin with steaming moist towels,
enzymes or other exfoliants particular to your skin’s
needs. Your Aesthetician may choose a specific masque to
detoxify, calm, energize, tone, lift or hydrate your skin.
A facial helps increase circulation & stimulate the skin.
It can help slow down premature aging by custom-
targeting your skincare. Facials are great preventative
treatments to help you beat wrinkles before they
occur. Keeping your skin hydrated will help keep the
skin moist and stop dehydration and more wrinkling.
A professional facial is recommended every 4-6 weeks,
though can be given on a weekly basis – especially if
you are experiencing unusual time of stress or menopause.
During these times your skin can be unpredictable and
To prolong the results of your facial, it is
recommended that you are diligent with your
homecare program, like cleansing, exfoliating,
moisturizing and protecting. NEVER SKIP ON SUN
~~Massage Therapy is a proven and effective means of relaxation and stress relief. Therapeutic massage is increasingly being recommended by doctors and other health care professionals to complement traditional medicine as research proves its healing effects.
Here are some of the ways massage can help improve a person’s health:
Additional modalities may be used in conjunction with treatment, such as:Electrical stimulation: A mild electrical current is applied to provide continuous stimulation to acupuncture points.Moxabustion: A form of heat therapy that uses an herb called mugwort to stimulate acupuncture points.Craniosacral Therapy: A method of evaluating and enhancing the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid in the spinal cord and brain. The practitioner uses very gentle hand pressure to help release restrictions and improve the overall function of the central nervous system. This therapy is effective for a wide range of illnesses and helps encourage vitality and a sense of well-being.Gua sha: A small, flat ox bone tool is moved across the skin to unblock areas of stagnation.