Problem skin is something just about all of us experiences in some form at different times throughout life. The trouble is that skin conditions can make us feel pretty bad about ourselves, cause anxiety & depression. No one should feel that way & luckily help is available.
A facial is part & parcel of a good skin practice. They help maintain the balance of healthy skin & can effectively manage a myriad of conditions. Our Esthetician’s are highly trained & experienced at tackling all sorts of conditions ranging from acne, itchiness, oily or combination skin to eczema or redness - you need tell them exactly what you're experiencing & don't be afraid to ask questions.
After consulting with you & analysing your skin, they’ll customise an approach to your treatment & select products that target your concerns & skin condition. You’ll learn simple maintenance tactics that you can do at home as part of your daily regime & before you know it you’ll feel a lot better about your skin & most importantly yourself.
Flaky, dry, itchy, oozing, moles, rashes, eczema, acne … given the skin is our body’s largest organ, it’s no surprise that there are at least 3,000 skin disorders impacting people from every age group, every day. That's why it's vital to look after your skin.
Some skin conditions are minor & easily treated, while others may be more serious. The most important thing to do when you experience signs or symptoms that don’t seem quite right is seek out your doctor’s advice. They’ll be able to provide you with the best advice available & recommend a suitable management plan.
Facial's suit those with normal, dry, oily or combination skin who are looking to better manage their complexion & have a luxurious experience. Those with other skin conditions should seek medical advice & discuss the appropriate skin care program options before booking in a facial.
Note: MojoGuru does not recommend any treatment, therapy or particular provider. We do not recommend that you self-diagnose. If you are suffering from a health condition and before starting a new treatment or therapy, we do recommend that you first consult a GP. More