Facials, A Luxury or Need?

Throughout my adolescent, I experienced the perfect skin.  The only time  I saw a pimple was during my menstrual cycle.  Everything began to change once I hit 27 and became a victim to adult acne.  I couldn’t understand why my skin decided to go haywire at this point of my life.  I went to a dermatologist and was given a pill and topical cream for breakouts.  I must say that this treatment worked for a short period.  I wanted to go back to the dermatologist, but I didn’t have the money, nor could I see myself taking acne medications for the rest of my life.  I was so frustrated that I decided to confide in a colleague of mines who suggested that I get a facial.  I was against it at first because I always view facials as being luxury, but after doing research I found that facial cut serum that causes acne, cleanses, and revitalise the skin by enriching blood to skin cells and restoring skin’s nutrient.  After researching and taking advice from my colleage; I finally tried my first facial and I felt exhausted. My skin was actually congested.  The steam that she applied on my face flushed out all impurities  and increased the blood circulation to my skin.  I must say the most painful part of my facial were the extractions.  I could have done without them, but extractions are essential to clearing out my follicles.  Once my facial  finished, my Esthetician gave me a good skin care regimen that I live by and I must say that my skin has cleared up since February.

Products suggestion from my Esthetician coming soon.