The European Facial Skin Treatment
Basic Miracle Facial / European Facial – 60min – $70
Special 2 Basic Facials for $120*
*(valid for 1 person only, Not to be shared)
A facial is a process of cleaning, exfoliating and nourishing the skin, thereby leaving it clean and well hydrated. Facial is the second best option after massage in spa treatments. European facial is the primary skin care regime. It is also called deep cleansing facial or deep pore cleansing facial. This facial is suited for all skin types. This skin care treatments is designed for every skin type. This Facial starts of with cleaning the skin, and examined. Face steamed for 10 minutes to open pores for deep cleaned by extracting whiteheads and blackheads.
Many people who want to rejuvenate their skin to feel and look younger opt for a European facial. This kind of facial is popular throughout the countries of Europe, but its methods are now also becoming popular in Canada at many high-end spas. Maybe you have heard of a European facial before, but you weren’t quite sure what it entailed or if it was the right choice for your skin type. The truth is that these facials can be beneficial for almost any skin type, as the procedure involves different cleansing techniques that can help get rid of acne and treat oily skin. If you are considering having a European facial, it’s important to understand the steps involved so you know what to expect when you arrive at the spa.
Step One: A Deep-Down Cleansing
When you sit down for your European facial, you will most likely be in a reclined position, and your hair will be secured with a cap to prevent any chemicals from damaging the hair. Once you are made comfortable, the skin care specialist will cleanse your skin with an exfoliating scrub to slough off dead skin cells and expose healthy skin beneath. This part of the European facial treatment will also remove excess oil, dead skin, and even old makeup that may be clogging your pores.
The exfoliating step of the European facial technique will also encourage the skin to renew itself by creating new skin cells to repair the micro damage caused by the scrub. Once the exfoliating scrub is complete, the skin care specialist will steam your pores open to ensure that all the dirt and other debris has been swept away and that skin treatment ingredients can be absorbed to the fullest. Finally, this step of a European facial is completed by placing warm towels over the face to enhance the steaming process and the expansion of pores for 10-15 Min.
Step Two: Extractions
If you suffer from any type of acne, the next step the skin care specialist will take in your European facial will be to remove all blackheads and whiteheads from your skin by way of extractions of the problem areas.
Step Three: Massage and Face Mask
At this point during your European facial, your esthetician will apply a facial mask that is customized to match you specific skin type. Once the mask is applied evenly, it will be left in place for about fifteen minutes, during which time the European facial professional will give you a brief massage that will focus on the hands, neck. This step is meant to relax your mind and bring the therapeutic effects of the facial treatment together with the calming effects of the massage for a more unified rejuvenation experience. Once the mask is removed, the skin care specialist will conclude the European facial with a moisturizer and toner to prevent the skin from drying out, as a deep cleansing may often cause dryness. Minna only uses the finest quality, all natural skin care products on the market from Serene and Repechage.
You should expect for a European facial to take about an hour for the full treatment, but the time spent at the spa will vary. Don’t forget to take advantage of some of the options that may come with your European spa experience, such as a skin analysis so that the skin care specialist can use the products that will best match your skin type. Remember, you don’t have to leave the country to experience a European facial, but it’s important that the procedure is performed properly, by an experienced licensed Esthetician, in order to prevent any adverse reactions.