Monday, March 01, 2021

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The Secret to Great Skin Revealed By an Expert!

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Skin health doesn’t need to be complicated!

Ask most women what the most important skin care ingredients are and they will usually answer with vitamin C, retinol's, peptides, antioxidants and sunscreen. Clients who receive facial treatments on a regular basis are very knowledgeable about what their skin needs to stay youthful and hydrated – no matter the season. If the skin is too dry or needs exfoliation or the actual molecules of the ingredients are too large to do anything other than sit on the skin, then the potential of the ingredients are not received. It is important to remember that the ingredient benefits are only received from using the right delivery system.

Enter the HydraFacial®. Hydration is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation of the skin has been proven to increase signs of aging. A basic facial works on the epidermal layer of the skin. Peels may go deeper, but they may also bring trauma to the skin causing redness and peeling. The beauty of the HydraFacial is its technology.

Vortex-Fusion® pushes ingredients deeper down into the dermis, where all the action takes place. And ready for this – no redness or peeling after the treatment. The HydraFacial is a non-
invasive, non-surgical procedure that delivers instant results with no discomfort or downtime in only 30 minutes.

The HydraFacial incorporates lactic acid, glucosamine, glycolic, salicylic, honey, peptides, vitamin C and antioxidants to deep clean, firm, tighten, nourish and hydrate the skin. Extractions are effective and painless with the HydraFacial - meaning your pores will be the cleanest they have ever been. Clients are raving about how their skin has "never looked better." As an Esthetician, it is so exciting to be able to achieve these results in a 30-minute treatment. Get rid of winter skin and get ready for a spring glow with The Spa of Essex's HydraFacial.

Call (860) 767-7796 to reserve your appointment!

 


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