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The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships

The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships

~by Carmen Schwartz

Well…that face may not actually exist except in literature and mythology, but consumers are finding out that the world of health, beauty and skincare is something that must become part of their regimen in order to save their skin.

 

Just as it is with coffee reports, drug reports, and a thousand other things, regarding what is good and what is bad depending on the day and what the latest expert has discovered, skincare and cosmetics have been dealing with positives and negatives for decades. The latest data is that more and more women AND men not only want, but actually need, to include facial treatments in their lives. And not because of the ‘pretty’ factor, mind you. It is because of the fact that the pollution, fossil fuels, polar vortex, constant snow – all of these factors are slowly harming a person’s skin.

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The concept of pampering is still in place, of course. Having facials in a ‘5-star’ spa and relaxing is a true gift to oneself, but facials becoming a multi-billion dollar industry stems not from pampering or the desire to be pampered, but the actual recommendation by doctors and specialists to do everything you can to protect the skin.

 

FaceLuXe has always been known as a location that relieves stress and tension; now, however, it has become a ‘must’ on the list of weekly needs to achieve the best possible health.

 

Clients immediately realize, when they walk into a FaceLuXe salon, that anything they need to keep their skin healthy is right there on the long menu of services. The multitude of benefits that this company provides for skin health and wellness are too many to name, and choosing the right facial regimen depends on what best suits your skin tone. Some treatments are designed to deep-clean the skin, while others focus on moisturizing benefits, while still others are used to erase the lines that come from stress and help with various acne that all age groups seem to suffer from.

 

The incredibly expert staff that every FaceLuXe provides, understands what facial treatments best meet the individual client’s needs. Through customer service and taking the time to speak with the client and form a long-lasting relationship, these experts get to know whether a face pack, aromatherapy, massage therapy with facial creams, or a list of other remedies will best help someone’s skin. Facials reduce the overall attacks that come from daily life by utilizing all-natural substances and moisturizers to lubricate the skin, keeping up the outer defense that protects the body.

 

Firming the skin is as important as firming the body. The skin needs increased circulation, seeing as that it is the largest body part that is constantly harmed by issues outdoors, as well as in. Facial treatments solve this problem by increasing the necessary flow of oxygen-enriched blood to skin cells, and infusing the skin with vital nutrients and the water it’s missing. Nutrients plus hydration will consistently give a healthy appearance, but will also provide actual healthy skin.

 

It is being proven each and every day that heavy plastic surgery is making skin look worse, certainly not better or younger, which means natural facial treatments are bringing far more happiness to peoples’ lives.

 

In other words, walk through the doors of a FaceLuXe today and get on the right path to becoming healthy!

 

www.FaceLuXe.com

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