Benefits of a Monthly Facial

I had a facial done for the first time a few days ago and I can’t believe it took my 20 years to do so.

Facials are ideal once a month, but since they can be pricey I would say bi-monthly. The reasoning behind getting a monthly facial is because the outer most later of visible skin (stratum corneum) completely renews itself every 28 days. Throughout these 28 days your skin cells are constantly reproducing from the treated cells in order to replace the old ones. Getting a facial is a great way to give your skin a head start to this process. Your skin will replicate healthier cells which lead to flawless skin and a healthy complexion.

Why spend money on a facial instead of using over the counter products?

Most skin products take at least 4-6 weeks to start showing any signs of improvement. Since facials speed up the skin cell renewal process, it also speeds up the effectiveness of these products and allows them to work a lot faster.

Not only are facials super relaxing, but they have tons of benefits that are hard to achieve with any other service. They help increase your circulation as well as decrease the oils and dirt under your skin that cause breakouts and puffiness. The deep cleans you get from a facial can do amazing things for your pores. Pores deepen and widen with the accumulation of buildup under your skin. Extracting the dirt and oils in your pores helps to maintain clear skin and stop breakouts from reoccurring. This process also reduces the size of your pores automatically making your skin look fresh and clean.  Routine facials help to prevent and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles by promoting collagen production. The deep exfoliation you receive during a facial helps with uneven skin tones, dark spot, and even acne scars.

Facials are an awesome way to relax and rejuvenate your skin at the same time. The benefits are amazing, and if done routinely, slows the aging process and leaves you with a gorgeous complexion!

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