What is facial hygiene?
It’s a deep-cleansing facial treatment, used to eliminate all regular external staining agents as well as dead cells, blackheads and excessive fat.
It’s the first treatment recommended, before any other, so the skin is prepared in depth for further treatments.
How does it work?
This treatment requires several steps in order to achieve a deep and complete cleansing of the skin. It will then look hydrated, rejuvenated and uniform.
How is it applied?
Any professional facial cleansing starts with an in-depth face cleanse, in order to eliminate any remaining bits of make-up and pollution. Then an exfoliating agent, either manual or mechanical, is applied to eliminate dead skin. Clay masks and pore-opening ozone are also used in order to avoid leaving any lasting marks. Afterwards, blackheads are removed, pores are closed and a nutrient-rich, hydrating mask is applied.
Dead skin removal, removing accumulated dirt from pores.
Homogenizing skin tone.
Stimulating collagen production.
Number of sessions
The minimum required is once a year. The maximum will depend on skin type, although regular, normal skin requires a face cleanse every two to three months. On the other hand, depending on skin type, additional firming, acne-removing and nutritional treatments shall be applied.