There are many “types of facials” to enjoy for different reasons. Today we are going to talk about “7 types of facials”. Let’s break them down for you so you can understand what they are and what type of facial you would like to experience the next time you book your spa appointment.
Let’s start with the Norm and call it a Normal or Regular Facial; this facial is usually just a simple cleanse and steam facial with a slight bit of massage. These facial cost the least and is a great choice for people with normal skin and that does not have an acne issue.
Then there are the “Special Facials” that is a slight step upwards from the normal or regular facial. These are usually conducted with a special hypoallergenic cream that has been specifically formulated to moisturize the skin and the perks are face packs are applied with rejuvenation techniques.
Other facials are:
-Alpha Hydroxy Acid facials -Also known as AHA acid creams that are derived from fruits and flowers. These types of facials are known for their anti-aging effects with smoother and healthier looking skin.
-Bio-lift facials are a type of facial that include treatments that help diminish dark circles under the eye while the bio-mask tones and tightens the skin, leaving a younger look.
-Paraffin facials involve an application of a special paraffin mask on the face over layers of gauze. This is thought to seal in a special anti-aging and rejuvenating cream that is applied to the skin. FYI; This type of facial is often offered in bridal party arrangement packages.
-Anti-oxidant and pollution-fighting facials are for people who need to be outdoors. Creams and masks are used that are enriched with free-radical fighting agents like vitamin A, beta-carotene and vitamin E. This facial starts by removing unwanted Pollutants before the deep cleansing stage.
-Acne facials; these are facials usually formulated on the person and are recommended bi-weekly until the problem goes away.
There are more facials with other different reason but these 7 are the most common “types of facials” performed. So now when you book your next spa appointment just maybe you will try a facial and feel good about ask for a specific “type of facial”.