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Super Hydrating Facial

The super hydrating treatment saturates your skin with moisture, to help diminish fine lines and leaves you with a plump, dewy complexion. Treatment includes double cleansing, enzyme exfoliate, gentle steam, extraction, relaxing facial, shoulder massage, serum, and hydrating masque to relieve stress. The treatment penetrates deep into skin and moisturize on a more intense level.

Dry skin is characterized by fewer oil-producing glands. Dry skin lacks oil because it produces less sebum than normal skin, and the lack of sebum means the skin cannot effectively retain moisture to build a strong protective barrier against external aggressors. On the other hand, dehydrated skin is a lack of water in the skin, not oil. So you can actually have an oily complexion but still have dehydrated skin

What the super hydrating facial treatments do?

The super hydrating facial treatments saturate your skin with moisture, helps diminish fine lines and leaves you with a dewy complexion. Our treatments include double cleansing, enzyme exfoliates, gentle steam, extraction, relaxing facial, shoulder massage, serum, and hydrating masks.
The treatments are refreshing and relaxing. The use of advanced skincare technologies in a combination with active ingredients will result in a radiant and glowing complexion. Your skin will look visibly hydrated after just one treatment and you should continue to see positive changes over several weeks.

Complimentary initial consultation

At an initial consultation with our experienced aestheticians, we analyze your skin to tailor hydrating treatments for your special needs. We’ll explain each stage and method of your treatments in advance so you know what and why the specific facial is implemented.

Hydrate your skin during Canadian winters

For many, dry skin is a constant concern, but cold Canadian winters make it a problem almost for all of us. Cold air and wind tighten skin pores, and reduce circulation and sebum production. Central heat, low humidity and hot showers also contribute to skin dehydration, which is why it’s so important to create a winter-specific regimen to your skincare routine.