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Deep Cleanse vs Express Facial: What's the Difference?

Updated: 3 days ago

Deep Cleanse Steaming Stage

When it comes to facial treatments, two popular options are the Deep Cleanse Facial and the Express Facial. While both offer benefits, they cater to different skin concerns and needs. In this blog, we'll delve into the differences between these two treatments, their benefits, and provide additional tips for optimal skin care.

Deep Cleanse Facial

A Deep Cleanse Facial is a comprehensive treatment that targets specific skin concerns such as acne, blackheads, and hyperpigmentation. This treatment typically includes:

- Double cleansing

- Exfoliation (chemical or physical)

- Extractions (if necessary)

- Customized mask or treatment

- Moisturizing and sun protection

- Steam

The Benefits:

The beneficial aspects of a Deep Cleanse Facial include the following:

- Thoroughly cleanses pores and removes impurities

- Improves skin texture and tone

- Reduces appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

- Helps to control acne and prevent future breakouts

Express Facial Massage Stage

Express Facial

An Express Facial is a quick and efficient treatment designed for those with limited time or seeking a maintenance facial. This treatment usually includes:

- Cleansing

- Exfoliation (light)

- Mask or treatment

- Moisturizing and sun protection

The Benefits:

Here are the benefits of getting an Express Facial:

- Refreshes and revitalizes the skin

- Improves skin hydration and brightness

- Perfect for maintaining healthy skin between Deep Cleanse facials

- Quick and convenient (done in 30 minutes or less)

Routine Facials Can Be Beneficial In The Long Run

Once a Month Visits

To maintain optimal skin health, we recommend scheduling a facial treatment once a month. This allows for consistent deep cleansing, exfoliation, and customization to address specific skin concerns. Even if you opt for an Express facial, regular visits will help keep your skin looking its best.

Importance of SPF Daily Use

Daily sun protection is crucial to prevent premature aging, dark spots, and skin cancer. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 and reapply every two hours or immediately after swimming or sweating.

Don't Touch Your Face Right After

After a facial treatment, avoid touching your face for at least 24 hours to prevent transferring bacteria and oils from your hands to your face. This helps maintain the cleanliness and effectiveness of the treatment.

Water for hydration

Stay Hydrated

Drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your skin hydrated from the inside out. Dehydration can lead to dull, tight skin, so aim for at least eight glasses of water daily.

So there you have it, both Deep Cleanse and Express facials offer unique benefits, and choosing the right treatment depends on your individual skin concerns and needs. Remember to schedule regular facials, use daily sun protection, avoid touching your face after treatment, and stay hydrated for optimal skin health.

See ya soon Spalonerz!

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