What are Facials?Â
Facials use techniques rather than complex and expensive products but achieve fabulous results.
This facial will improve the texture of the skin, increase the skinâ€™s circulation, and encourage cellular activity and rejuvenation. It will both stimulate and soothe the nerve endings of the skin. It is also a wonderful way to relax and promote the sense of well-being.Â
What the treatment includes:
Â A consultation is completed prior to the start of a treatment to ascertain the most suitable products for the clientâ€™s skin type. The skin is then deep cleansed before a suitable massage medium is applied, this may be oil, cream or a specially blended essential oil if you are qualified in pre-blended aromatherapy.Â
The massage will include:Â Â
Pressure points to clear energy channels and to stimulate the muscles and nerve endingsÂ Massage to generally improve the circulation and texture of the skinÂ Lymphatic drainage to assist the lymphatic systems in removing waste and encourage healingÂ
On completion of the massage the skin is toned and moisturised.Â
The treatment will take approximately 45 minutes without the application of a mask or 60 minutes with a mask.
To treat the skin effectively you will need to be able to diagnose the clientâ€™s skin type and use suitable products.
I purchased this online course as I wanted to learn as much as I could about facials prior to completing a Dermaplaning course elsewhere. I found it very knowledgeable and really enjoyed the reading materials and learning modules. Jemma offers great student aftercare and always has time for any questions and its safe to say my clients love their facials.