A spa facial is a great way to relax. While our skin care practice is focused on exfoliations and result driven technology, there are times when people just need relaxation and human touch, especially during the stressful time we are going through. That’s where our Spa Facials come in. Before any facial, skin will be evaluated to determine what products and what type of facial massage would be most beneficial. There are over 50 combinations of products to give each client a customized facial based on the condition of the skin. Infuse Skin and Body offers a variety of professional products designed to improve and enhance the skin’s appearance. We also incorporate specialty masques and enzymes into most of our spa facials to give you relaxation and results. Spa Facials can help reduce the depth of surface lines, smooth rough skin texture, treat skin discoloration and redness, and assist in clearing acne/blemished skin. You’ll leave relaxed with radiant, glowing skin.
Some examples of unique spa facials are:
Intensive free radical quenching treatment
Treatment for dehydrated and parched skin
Detoxifying and nourishing treatment
Some Spa Facials may include some kind of machine technology, but only if it adds to the relaxational aspect of the treatment.
Spa facials can be scheduled by time. 45, 60 and 75 minute facials are available.
Benefits of a Spa Facial
The main goal is relaxation, with beauty benefits being a bonus. Everyone knows how beneficial relaxation is to our overall health. My goal is to have you completely relaxed when you leave the spa so you can realize those benefits. In addition to relaxation, facial massage
Improves elasticity and stimulates collagen production, reducing fine lines and wrinkles1.
Releases muscle tension in the face.
Stimulates the lymphatic system
Temporarily lifts skin
How to Prepare for a Specialty Facial
During the week prior to the treatment:
Do not tan or use a self-tanner
Do not use aggressive scrubs or masks
Do not get Botox or Injectable Fillers
How Often Should you Receive a Facial
Ideally, once every four to six weeks, however this is gentle and relaxing enough to do as often as you like.