Try not to use the pool, sauna and steam room after a facial because you want to keep those lovely products working for as long as possible. I would recommend having your treatment at the end of the day and using the facilities beforehand so you’re completely relaxed by the time you have your treatment.
The essential oils in a facial will work best if allowed time to stay on the skin to hydrate and nourish the skin, so try to spend a little time relaxing after your treatment to allow them to work their magic.
Home care plays a really important part in prolonging the benefits of facials, and your skincare therapist will be able to prescribe the best type of product to introduce to your skincare routine based on your current routine and the needs of your skin.
Try not to use your facial as a one off; use it as a real boost to an effective routine.
Don’t use the same skincare products throughout the year. Remember to change them with the seasons. In winter months for example, a richer and more nourishing and protective moisturiser is well worth investing in.
Don’t dehydrate; drink plenty of water after your facial. You should do this all the time, but especially after a spa treatment to help flush out all those toxins and rehydrate.
Don’t get over tired. Easier said than done, but getting eight hours sleep every night will work miracles.
Never go to bed with your make-up on.
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