Facial Q&A by MollyMo

Many of you have been asking questions such as:
– What exactly is a facial?
– What are the benefits of a facial?
– How often should I get a facial?

A facial is a series of skin care treatments that includes cleansing, exfoliating, extractions, masks, serums, and moisturizers!

There are MANY benefits when it comes to getting a facial! A licensed esthetician has access to products that penetrate through multiple layers of skin- giving you the best results! There’s a Facial treatment for all kinds of skin concerns including:
– Aging (fine lines and wrinkles)
– Hyperpigmentation (dark spots)
– Acne & Scarring
– Rosacea/ Dry Skin
And much MUCH more!

Facial care regiments vary from person to person and depending on what type of skin complications you have you may need a facial more frequently until the problem areas have been resolved Once you are happy in your skin again your esthetician will suggest putting your face into “maintenance mode” and a regularly scheduled treatment should be continued. Again, maintenance can vary from person to person but generally getting a facial once a month can prevent what was corrected from coming back. Of course treating yourself more frequently is always highly encouraged and welcomed. 😉😉


I can’t wait to see you all over the holidays! Call the shop or PM me personally to get your facial booked! My new clients get $10 off their first facial! & if you’re still not sure about this whole facial thing, book an express facial to try it out! Check out our Holiday Prices!
Here’s a little video of a basic facial! 😘

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