Types of Facials

Deep Hydration

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Hot, cold, dry, humid or wind - both time & mother nature can be unkind to our skin leaving it dehydrated, depleted & at risk of premature aging. That’s why it’s vital to regularly restore the correct moisture balance & deeply quench those parched areas of your skin to resolve the impacts of the environment.


Deep hydration facials work restoratively to penetrate deeply into the skin layers & moisturise them at an intensive level. Treatments focus on your specific skin condition in order to effectively re-hydrate, refresh & restore your natural, plump dewy appearance. You'll also receive a facial massage which really enhances circulation for helathy glowing skin - plus it feels sooooo dang good! You should see a difference straight away. And your face will thank you for it!

Healthy skin is hydrated skin. It’s flexible, plump & resilient. Because our skin is largely made up of water, it has to work really hard to maintain the right moisture balance & protect us against the environment, our lifestyle & Mother Nature’s elements.


The challenge for skin is that it’s very easy for moisture levels to drop & often our skin type requires a condition-specific hydration approach. That’s why it’s important to consult with a skin care professional who knows skin best. They'll play a key role in helping define a personalised skin care program that meets your needs - because it’s not just about cleansing, toning & applying moisturizer. That’s a trial & error approach that can be costly.


So get hydrated the right way from the get go with a Hydration Facial, because your skin is just as unique as you are.

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