Why You Should Be Getting Seasonal Facials…
As the seasons change, so does your skin.
We hear the term Spring Cleaning and while de-cluttering and giving the house a good clean is important, so is spring cleaning internally. This could mean readjusting your eating habits, setting a mediation schedule, and improving your skin care routine.
Winter months can be harsh on your skin. The moisturizer you have used to protect against the cold, dry air, is most likely not the same moisturizer you should be using going into the warmer, more humid months upon us.
48-72 Hours- Skin is hydrated as circulation has been boosted. 28-48 Days- Cells regenerate and long-term benefits kick in
When you see your esthetician to get a spring facial, bring in your products to make sure what you’re using is in align with your skin goals and adjusting where needed.
Getting regular facials not only increases the synovial fluid circulation, but also aids in lymph drainage, removing toxins, and not to mention, reduces stress and anxiety.
Not sure if your on the right track? Now reserving bookings at Pura Vie Spa for the month of April. Come in, get pampered, and get on track to loving the skin your in.
Taking care of your skin may feel like a luxury, but in reality your skin is your largest organ, so it is essential to care for it. While facials are recommended every 4-6 weeks depending on desired results, at bare minimum you should be investing in a facial at last with the change of seasons.
Be good to yourself. You deserve it.
Heather Zipperer is a licensed Facial Specialist and Yoga Instructor at Pura Vie Spa
She specializes in natural skincare, aromatherapy, and implementing holistic practices both in the treatment room and on the mat. When not in the studio you can find her biking, paddle boarding, or just generally trying to get lost in her native sunshine state.
Moisturizes Skin Reverses Visible Signs of Aging
Improves Skin Tone Alleviates Redness & Sensitivity
Reduces Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Reduces Blemishes & Breakouts
Reduces Stress & Anxiety