August 30, 2017
Good for: revitalising and balancing dull skin
About: The techniques used in this are designed to help stimulate collagen and help minimise scarring and is a great anti-pollution treatment that is great for anyone living in the city. Each treatment is tailored to your needs and include a tension relieving deep tissue massage (yes – on your face!) which helps detoxify the skin, too. An enzymatic peel to remove dead skin cells and minimise inflammation was followed by light lymphatic drainage, a cooling algae mask and to end the oxygen blast which helps to push products deeper into the skin and again is anti-inflammatory and bacterial.
Good for: a skin reset
About: each facial is tailored to your personal needs and so begins with a face-mapping where the facialist looks at your skin and deduces what issues she can tackle today. Dermalogica have a great range of machines to use, too, so nothing is off limits.
Signature Sculp at FaceGym, £75
Good for: an instant lift and relax
About: using a mix of techniques for facial massage, including hands, Gua Sha and the new micro-current tool to lift, relax and get that circulation going!
My experience: I love massaging my own face at home, but sometimes you need some professional help and the strength of my practitioners hands was incredible! It felt like such a relaxing experience and really helped release the tension I carry in my jaw, plus carve me some cheekbones here