Facials are not something that comes to mind in one’s busy schedule. Often, after a long day at work, a simple face wash will have to do. Some face washes work well, but a facial is a great way to take care of one’s skin. Facials combat acne, treat dry skin, and promote blood circulation. Facials can also use natural products designed and customized to the skin’s needs, to be the best they can be.
The difference from Face Cleansers
Face cleansers aren’t a facial. They clean the face, but they use harsh chemicals and may leave residue. That causes acne, whiteheads, and blackheads. Deep cleansing facials’ natural products and glycolic peel, target those problems, to detoxify and keep the skin healthy.
Normally, skin regenerates every 28 to 30 days. But, your face is almost always exposed to a harsh environment. It’s easy to have dead skin buildup. Most of that dead skin will fall off when the new skin forces its way through. But, the dead skin that stays, gathers on the face, causing it to be dry and dull even after moisturizing. A monthly facial helps clean all the dead skin off and moisturizes the newest skin, making a healthier, fresher look. This keeps one’s face looking and feeling rejuvenated, especially because the moisturizers used are usually nutrient-rich.
People also go through many emotions during the day, so the skin on the face is constantly moving. All that movement causes “those lines” known as wrinkles. Specific facials, like Beauty Peels’, use organic products like honey, lemon and argon oil to remove buildup, exfoliates and tightens the skin. They also use an effective moisturizer called hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic Acid reduces fine lines and wrinkles by retaining and protecting the moisture in the skin, increasing skin cell production.
Lastly, facials are just great for stress relief and simple relaxation!