Facials and Skincare
The benefits of regular professional facials
- Improved skin tone and overall skin condition.
- Stimulates blood circulation, bringing oxygen and nutrients to the skin and improving collagen and elastin fibre production.
- Can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Stimulates faster cell renewal, enhancing the skin’s natural beauty.
- Encourages lymphatic drainage, helping to remove dirt, debris and toxins from the skin.
Mini Facial (30 mins) £16
A quick pick me up to refresh and revitalise a tired complexion. Cleanse, facial massage, tone & moisturise.
Full Facial (60 mins) £25
A professional facial treatment tailored to your individual needs, to improve the appearance of the face and neck and help correct any superficial problems. Deep cleanse, exfoliate, steam/hot towel, thorough face, neck & shoulder massage, mask, tone & moisturise.
Luxury Facial (80 mins) £30
The treatment begins with a welcoming herbal or fruit tea to assist with internal cleansing, then onto a full professional facial treatment and your choice of scalp, hand or foot massage whilst the face mask does its work. Enjoy! Deep cleanse, exfoliate, steam/hot towel, thorough face, neck & shoulder Swedish massage, mask and your choice of scalp, hand or foot massage, tone & moisturise.
A range of home care products is also available for purchase.
Many people will have had at least one facial at some point in their lives; either at a salon or a luxury spa, in preparation for a special occasion, a holiday or just as a treat and many of them will often complain that it made their skin break out. This will usually be the case for anyone who neglects their skin and rarely does more than splash their face with water everyday. Even someone with perfect skin will have toxins and dirt trapped in the skin’s deeper layers and when the deep cleansing and massaging of a facial takes place, all of this debris will be moved on through the body’s lymphatic system. Some people will experience no breakouts whilst others will to varying degrees, this is perfectly normal and is no cause for alarm. Drinking plenty of fresh water and keeping your skin free of cosmetics post facial will help to reduce the severity of the breakout.
The best solution is to have a course of regular facials with your beauty therapist along with the recommended homecare products and follow any aftercare advice given to you at the end of your facial to see the best results. The length and frequency of your facial therapy will be determined by the condition of your skin and your skin type, your facial therapist will discuss this with you during your consultation, which takes place before your first facial treatment.