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A facial is one of the best ways to take care of your skin. I have been working for few years with a company in Brighton offering treatments for Pamper and Hens Parties and I decided to get a qualification to add to my skills and experience.

My special treatment cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin, promoting a clear, well-hydrated complexion. I am mostly using Neal’s Yard vegan range when possible and looking to source other vegan quality organic skin care products.

How the treatment works:

Step 1: Before the treatment you will be asked about your skin concerns, diet, how much water you drink, drugs and supplements you take and product you are currently using.

Step 2: It all starts with a cleanse: your hair may be wrapped in a towel or headband if you ask so and I will proceed to a preliminary cleanse using cotton pads, wipes or sponges. Your skin will be deeply examined to determine your basic skin type (dry, oily, combination, sensitive or normal) and if you have any relevant skin conditions (acne, blackheads, whiteheads, sun-damage, dehydration, etc.). This assessment will help me to choose the appropriate products and treatments

Step 3: Next step is the exfoliation of your skin using a mechanical exfoliant with gritty texture that rubs away the surface dead skin cells.

Step 4: A gentle and relaxing massage will follow. It stimulates the skin and facial muscles acting as light lymphodrainage.

Step 5: After the massage, a facial mask will be applied targeting your skin type and condition. During the time the mask will stay on your skin, you will receive a neck and shoulders massage helping you to relax.

Step 6: The treatment ends with the removal of the mask, application of toner, eyes serums, moisturisers.

How often should I get a facial?

You should ideally have a facial every four weeks because this is how long it takes for the skin to regenerate. A perfect way to treat your skin would be to have at least four facial a year, at any season changes.

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