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3 Reasons to Schedule Regular Facials

While they can be an occasional treat, scheduling facials on a consistent basis facilitates your natural skin renewal process and promotes healthy-looking skin. Skincare maintenance can improve your health, reduce signs of aging, and relieve tension.

1. Clean and Improve Skin

Because your skin is the largest organ in your body, you need to keep it healthy to protect yourself from inflammation and bacteria. Using quality products to clean your skin at home helps, but regular facials include deep cleaning, which can remove dead skin cells and harmful toxins.

2. Maintain Your Youthful Glow

Regular facials revitalize skin, reducing acne for younger spa guests and mitigating deep lines as a person ages. An expert thoroughly cleaning, exfoliating, and massaging your skin improves circulation. Increased blood flow can help boost a youthful appearance, free of dark spots and laugh lines.

3. Relaxation and Relief

If your skin is stressed, it is possible to experience skin sensitivity and breakouts. Facials help you to relax and bring relief to stressed out skin. Also, an experienced esthetician can determine the source of your skin’s stress, whether you would benefit from more moisture or are struggling with dry skin, and provide relief.

Experience the Benefits of Regular Facials

As we approach the holiday season, it’s tempting to focus solely on others, but don’t forget to treat yourself (and your skin). Maintaining a youthful appearance and experiencing a boost of confidence is possible when you prioritize self-care and obtain regular facials.

A skincare expert at Face Reflections will create a custom facial treatment just for you. Book a complimentary consultation to have the current health of your skin assessed and discuss your future beauty goals. There are options to address concerns such as acne, hyperpigmentation, or premature aging.

Is it time for you to make skincare a priority? Schedule your appointment today.

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