Getting your skincare amped up and switched out for a new season is one thing but knowing which facials and spa treatments to keep up with to compliment your regimen is another.
I love sharing my skincare treatments and tips with my readers. I have tried and tested so many treatments I really believe I’m a ‘guinea pig’ for my followers.
All in good faith of course.
To keep skin in tip top shape, consistency is so important. Think of it as a ‘workout’ for your skin.
When my skin is used to a regimen and skincare products it stays clear and smooth.
Many industry experts recommend this while using a tailor made process for your skin.
So let’s get right into it. Here are some beauty treatments to incorporate (or keep) for your ‘Fall’ beauty routine.
Hydrafacial/Aqua Facial:Skin Types: ALL skin types
This treatment is an oldie but ‘goodie’ and won’t be leaving the market anytime soon.
The HydraFacial was established in 1997 in Southern California. This treatment is a 3-step, 30-40 minute facial treatment that cleanses, extracts, and hydrates to get rid of impurities and dead skin cells while at the same time quenching skin with vital nutrients like antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid.
The amazing results are both instant and long-lasting.
This facial helps compliment the moisture balance in your skin assuming you are using hydrating ingredients during your home care like hyaluronic acid.
MicrodermabrasionSkin Type: Best for normal/combo skin
I’m a huge face of microdermabrasions. When done sparingly, they help sustain a nice texture (smooth). These facials are great all year round.
I typically opt for a more mild microdermabrasion facial since I have sensitive skin.
This treatment ranges from 45-60 minutes.Aqua Gold Facial (mini-microneedling)
This innovative treatment is fairly new but its concept is not. This facial consist of using a small device ‘stamp’ which punctures the skin (controlled trauma) which helps induce collagen production and helps to tighten the skin.
This treatment can actually been done at home as Amazon sells these easy to use devices.
However, I recommend getting it done in-office for better results and you get to see first hand how its done.
If you are getting a facial for the first time I recommend getting a consultation with your local certified esthetician to give you a custom facial.
Which facial treatment have you tried or would you try?