One of the most important things to remember when getting a facial is that the treatment is not one-size-fits-all. In the summertime, our skin is often very different than it is throughout the rest of the year.
Before you book your facial, call the spa and tell them your skin concerns and ask if they offer treatments that can address those issues. Make sure the esthetician personalizes the products to your skin type and methods to your personal preference. For example, those with sensitive skin might want to avoid the type of treatments that those with oily skin might receive.
Whether you have dry skin, oily skin, acne-prone skin, sensitive skin or a combination of all the above, a good skincare therapist should perform a customized service that is best suited to your particular condition.
Believe it or not, despite the fact that we sweat all summer, the more simple the facial the better. When you think about it, this makes sense. The fewer ingredients there are in a product the less likely you are to experience a negative reaction. This,p is especially important for pregnant women.
You should also change the products and type of facial you receive depending on the season. In the summer, there is plenty of moisture in the air, while the winter is much drier and harsher on skin, especially on your face – the treatments used during your facial should reflect that.
If you can afford the time, monthly facials – or at least seasonal – ensures the best results for your skin. Regular monthly facials are needed to properly exfoliate the skin and remove dead cells to unclog the pores.
To set up your facial, or for more information, contact Dream Spa Medical.