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Knowledge is Everything. Skin.

Updated: Dec 8, 2022

I know once you’ve experienced your first facial, you’re going to be rushing out to get another one right away! I have 2 men shaved after they experienced little face work included into 2 hour massage session!

After just one facial, your lackluster skin may look rejuvenated, hydrated, and tightened in addition to many other benefits, so why not get another one, say, tomorrow?

Good question!

If facials are so good for your skin how often should you get them done? Here’s what to know about what may become your favorite new beauty addiction!

How Often?

A facial is not a one and done type of deal. So, how often should you get a facial?

At the minimum: once a month. Skin renews itself every 28-30 days, so to get a true, deep cleanse and remove any accumulated dead skin cells on the surface, a monthly professional treatment will help.

Frequency of treatments can also vary depending on the type of treatment. Below we give a breakdown of different types of treatments, their effects, and generally, how often the treatment should be experienced.

Express Facials

These are facials quick enough to be performed during your lunch break, yet effective enough that you’ll think you’ve had a full spa session!

The Facial: 30 min Bliss

The Effect: Give skin a nutritive boost with serious deep cleansing power. Express treatments with natural ingredients that won’t sap your skin like Matcha Tea, Clays, and Fruit Extracts. Gentle enough for ages 8 to 80, these facials can be easily added to you regular Massage session.

How often? Twice a week if you and your bank account like!

At-Home Maintenance: take home professional products suggested by your esthetician (Me!)

What Comes with Consistency?

Consistency is key!

With regular facials, spa goers are likely to see a firmness and glow in their skin and experience less dry, depleted days.

Maintaining proper moisture levels are key keeping skin supple over time, and this is best done through facials with beneficial ingredients such as Seaweed.

The esthetician will not only use professional level products, but can give you all the deets on how and why these products are working for you.

Don’t forget to take advantage of their professional recommendations post-treatment, to maintain the best results at home in between your next facial.

Remember, regularly scheduled facials and some at-home maintenance care is what it takes to See the Difference!

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