It’s that time of year again; Fall Facial Time! The leaves are beginning to turn, the air is getting crisper and you can almost feel the colder weather on its way. Fall is the season sandwiched between lazy summer beach days and crazy holiday schedules. Having endured the long hot and humid summer our skin has been subject to the blistering sun, the pool and ocean salts, long hot sweaty days and the drying effect of air conditioning. So what better time to schedule a facial!
As you gear up for football games, thanksgiving and parties filled with fun, family and friends, don’t forget to pamper yourself and indulge in our special fall Pumpkin Cheesecake Facial ~a delicious mixture that dissolves dead skin cells with pumpkin enzymes and nourishes the skin with goji berries and yogurt.
What’s so special about this facial?
For starters, it’s packed with pumpkin enzymes. Pumpkin, with an abundance of Vitamins A and C, is a powerful antioxidant. Pumpkin enzymes exfoliate the skin and reduce oil.
It also includes a nourishing mask made with Goji Berries, cucumber and yogurt, all of which rehydrate the skin to result in a soft, smooth finish.
This facial is formulated for dull or congested skin, and is wonderful as a seasonal anti-aging treatment. It promotes a healthy glow and a more clear and radiant complexion. Appropriate for all skin types except sensitive.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Facial ~ $75
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Those with sensitive skin will especially notice the change in weather and can indulge with our special Skin Brightening Therapy. This specialty treatment is a fusion of deep exfoliation, hydrating fluids, relaxing massages and a conditioning mask focusing on brightening, lightening and preventing aging. Appropriate for all skin types.
We have several amazing facials to choose from and our highly trained Esthetician will help you choose the one that is just right for you. It’s time to treat yourself to a fall facial and uncover your most beautiful skin for the holiday season.