Types of Facials


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The hugely popular Oxygen Facial uses a hyperbaric oxygen machine to gently infuse oxygen & vitamin enriched serums deep into your pores. The treatment is non-invasive & is a favourite among Hollywood celebrities who believe it encourages deep hydration, strengthens elasticity, boosts collagen growth, reduces lines & delivers a plump, fresh glowing complexion.


As with traditional facials, your skin is first analysed, thoroughly cleansed, exfoliated & mildly steamed. Next a moisturising serum is applied to the entire face followed by a pressurised flow of oxygen to aide in absorption. The treatment is painless, cooling, soothing & can last between 15 to 45 minutes. Another wonderful benefit of an Oxygen Facial is there is no irritation or redness so you can return to your everyday activities immediately.

Intraceuticals is the Australian company who pioneered Oxygen Facial treatments as an alternative to invasive anti-aging treatments such as Botex or surgical facelifts. This treatment has been around spa’s, medi-spa’s & a few dermatologist’s for over 10 years & is wildly popular due to the A-list celeb’s who swear by them.


The facial consists of a pressurised stream of oxygen that delivers active ingredients to the skin such as hyaluronic acid, antioxidants & peptides in the form of a serum. Don’t expect all the fanfare of a normal facial – the Oxygen Facial has a results-oriented approach. While the treatment does have detractor’s (a lack of clinical results), those who do advocate Oxygen Facials (Madonna, Katy Perry, Naomi Campbell, Kim Kardashian & so on) absolutely believe in the results.

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