Winter is a difficult time for women’s beauty. Due to colder weather outside and increased heating in our homes skin gets dehydrated and you don’t look your best.
However, there are ways to fix this. Even though for many women professional facials are a part of their usual beauty routine, many others first start doing facials in the winter, in order to bring back this natural skin glow.
Also, it is a great way to pamper yourself and get some much-needed relaxation after intense week at work. Facials have both aesthetic and psychological benefits, helping to improve the look of the skin, and also takes stress off your shoulders.
Depending on your skin type (normal, dry or combination) and existing concerns, our specialists will recommend the best facial type for you.
The classic salon facial usually includes cleansing, toning and massage, masks and protection coverage. All the areas of the face and the neck are treated according to their specific needs. We only use world class quality cosmetic brands developed for your skin type.
Benefits of a facial
Professional cleansing, exfoliating and toning are part of a facial, it protects and preserves youthfulness.
Facials help to delay the signs of aging, visibility and depths of wrinkles and fine lines. It also keeps the skin soft and hydrated
It helps to preserve firmness and elasticity of the skin
It is very relaxing and reduces stress and general fatigue
Improves blood circulation and strengthens the supportive tissues
Helps in lymphatic drainage, which flushes out toxins from your system and purifies the skin
It is recommended to go for a facial every 4-6 weeks and clean-up every two weeks.
Meanwhile, it is also very important to develop and implement your beauty routine at home, which should include cleansing in the evening AND in the morning, application of face and eye creams, and/or serums, if required. Please consult our specialists for some advice on specific brands and products.
We are always here to help you look your best!
Vancouver Green Spa
The article was written for Green Spa Vancouver by Julia Dorofeeva