Can too many facials damage the muscles or skin of my face?

The frequency of receiving facials depends on many things -- the health of your skin, what type of facial or skincare services are being performed, your overall health and what, if any, skin conditions you are seeking facial services for. It's best to work directly with your skincare therapist as they will design a treatment plan, including frequency, that is best for you.

What kind of facial is best for my skin type?

Everyone's skin is unique. So before your session begins, the esthetician will take you through a skin analysis. This will inform him or her of the ideal approach to your specific skin type and needs. You can also inform the esthetician of any personal goals and desired results.

Because skin needs change, you might need a different treatment from time to time -- even if you have one favorite type of facial. That's why Massage Envy estheticians always take time before your facial to perform a skin analysis and explain why they're recommending a particular treatment.

For more healthy skin tips, watch our video.

Can a facial protect my skin from sun?

Yes, the right facials can. There are two types of damaging sun rays: UVA, which ages the skin; and UVB, which burns it. All sunscreens protect from UVB rays -- that's what that number on a sunscreen bottle is. But you also need to look for UVA-blocking ingredients, such as zinc. All Murad® Healthy Skin facials at Massage Envy offer protection from both UVA and UVB rays. For sun-specific facials, our Environmental Shield® Vitamin C facial may be right for you.

How do I prepare for a facial?

Skip any at-home facial treatments a week before your session. Other than that, you can leave makeup on and come as you are.

For guys who want to shave, it's best to do so the night before instead of the day of to avoid irritation.

What happens during a facial?

On the day of your facial, you'll want to arrive 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork on your health history (all of which is confidential). After you're done, relax. Your esthetician will be out shortly to greet you and walk you back to the treatment room.

Together, you'll review your Wellness Chart. If this is your first facial, tell your esthetician. They'll walk you through the process, asking you to share some details about your skin. Then your esthetician will leave the room for a few minutes while you disrobe from the waist up. He or she will knock before re-entering.

As you lie comfortably on the table, your esthetician will perform a skin analysis to determine which facial is best for you. He or she will then give a brief overview of the recommended treatment.

All Massage Envy facials include cleansing and toning, steaming, possible extractions, treatment, mask, massage and moisturizer. But remember, this is YOUR facial. Your esthetician will be communicating with you throughout your facial session. If you have a question, please ask.

Your esthetician will start by cleansing your skin twice, removing makeup and oils so it's nice and clean. This is followed by steaming to soften the skin. Some people find this relaxing, while others may not enjoy it. If at any time it becomes uncomfortable, just let your esthetician know.

The esthetician may also recommend extractions of whiteheads and blackheads. If you're unsure what this is, ask your esthetician to do one or two and then continue at your request. Next, treatment products will be applied to repair your skin. Some may clear acne, others minimize signs of aging. It all depends on which facial you receive.

One aspect of facials people tend to overlook is the massage. Throughout your session, your esthetician will massage your hands, arms, face, neck and upper chest. This is incredibly relaxing, so enjoy every minute of it.

Finally, a mask will feed your skin nutrients that are specific to your facial. During this step, your esthetician will give you a rundown of the recommended daily homecare to help maintain the results of your facial.

Lastly, your esthetician will moisturize your skin. This may include an eye cream, serum and SPF -- once again depending on your facial.

Once your session is over, your esthetician will leave the room so you can redress before taking you back to the lobby. This is where they'll show you the Murad® homecare products they recommend for you, and discuss important aftercare instructions to keep your skin healthy.

Why Massage

How can I justify taking time for a massage? What good does it actually do?

Aside from the advantages of taking time for relaxation, massage actually benefits you in many other ways. Studies have shown the physical and mental results of one session, as well as ongoing programs.

Some of those benefits include relieving stress and headaches, strengthening your immune system, improving circulation and posture, lowering blood pressure, increasing flexibility and range of motion, enhancing rehabilitation, and more.

Click here for more on each of those benefits, along with other specifics on wellness.

Why is a professional massage better than what I can do at home?

Massaging at home can relieve pain and tension in certain areas. But a licensed, professional therapist has the advantage of training in all types of massage therapy, the ability to maneuver and reach all areas of your body, and an environment designed for relaxation.

If you know you want to focus on a particular area, or even a specific modality like Sports massage or Trigger Point Therapy, mention that when scheduling an appointment. This will ensure getting a therapist who specializes in that type of massage, and whose experience will likely include techniques you never thought of trying at home.

I've heard massage reduces stress, but how exactly does that happen?

For a quick introduction to how massage works on stress, watch our video.

And for additional tips, watch our video on massage and stress relief.

Can massage actually relieve depression and anxiety?

Yes, and here's why. Cortisol is the hormone your body needs for a fight-or-flight response, but when stressful events don't require you to flight or flee, it can build up in your system and create problems.

Studies have shown that massage lowers cortisol levels by as much as 50% -- while also increasing levels of dopamine, oxytocin and serotonin. These are the natural chemicals your body produces to stabilize your mood and lower stress. Regular massage therapy makes it easier to slip into a more relaxed state, which helps you breathe easier and sleep better. So massage is as beneficial to your mental health as it is to your physical health.

How does massage on the abdomen aid digestion?

Massage therapy is about addressing muscles. Massage in the abdominal area can loosen muscles in this area which has the potential to create less stress and more relaxation. When the body is less stressed and relaxed, normal bodily functions can be improved.

How Long, How Often

How long should a massage last?

That depends on what you want to accomplish. Some people view a one-hour massage as enough for relaxation and relief of mild stress or tension areas. A two-hour session provides maximum therapeutic relief of chronic pain, stress or tension through a full-body massage using various modalities. And in between those, an hour and a half session allows time for relief of tight muscles or persistent pain, plus dedicated relief of specific areas of discomfort.

A Swedish or Deep Tissue massage can fill any of those lengths, but for something more specialized like a Prenatal, Sports massage or additional Enhanced Therapies, it might be better to allow 90 or 120 minutes.

How often do I need a massage?

Think of once a month as your baseline. Times of extra physical or mental stress may call for more frequent sessions. Finding time can seem difficult when life is extremely busy, but it's an investment that will pay off by helping you maintain your pre-stress levels of health and wellness. If you want the maximum benefit, twice a month is really optimal.

How soon will I notice the results of massage / facial therapy?

This depends on what your own specific condition, pain levels and skin health are. The one thing you will notice is a heightened state of relaxation (which is great for stress relief) directly following your session and a special glow to your skin right after you have received a facial.

Cost of Massage

What does a massage usually cost?

It depends on where you go for that massage. A luxury resort spa typically charges more than someone working out of his or her home. It also depends on the type of treatment you want, since a one-hour basic massage costs less than a two-hour service.

At Massage Envy, there are always special values for first-time visitors, and members can take advantage of lower monthly rates. Click here for membership details.

Do I need to leave a tip?

Just like with any service, it's never required. Think of getting a massage the same as eating at a restaurant, where tipping 10 to 20% of the pre-discounted price is customary. If you really enjoyed your session, tip more.

Types of Massage

What's the best massage for a beginner?

A Swedish massage is the most common choice for a first-time visitor, because it provides therapeutic benefits while also being relaxing. There are many types to choose from, though.

What's the difference between certain types of massage?

The two most common are Swedish and Deep Tissue massage. Nearly every full-body massage incorporates the long flowing strokes and kneading motions of Swedish massage. This promotes relaxation, improves circulation and range of motion, and is great for relieving muscle tension.

Deep Tissue addresses deeper layers of muscle, and is often incorporated after your muscles have been warmed up with Swedish massage.

Before deciding which of several choices sounds best, you can get more details on various types of massage -- including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Prenatal, Geriatric and Hot Stone, Cranial Sacral and Trigger Point Therapy, and Reflexology.

I work out and keep in shape. What type of massage is best for me?

You might want to consider Sports massage, particularly after a workout. Also keep in mind that as we age, joints tend to tighten. By working muscles, connective tissues and tendons, massage therapy will help improve flexibility and range of motion, helping make you less prone to injury.

Click here for a video on how massage can help you perform at your peak.

What Kind of Massage is Best for...

Here's where to find more information on a variety of issues that can benefit from massage, including:

What kind of massage is best for Anxiety?

What kind of massage is best for Arthritis?

What kind of massage is best for Asthma?

What kind of massage is best for Back Pain

What kind of massage is best for Breast Cancer?

What kind of massage is best for Bursitis?

What kind of massage is best for Cancer?

What kind of massage is best for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

What kind of massage is best for Cellulite?

Massage techniques do not get rid of cellulite. However, increasing circulation in areas of cellulite can reduce its appearance for a limited period of time. Try a good Swedish or Deep Tissue massage.

What kind of massage is best for Cerebral Palsy?

What kind of massage is best for Clinical Depression?

What kind of massage is best for Diabetes?

What kind of massage is best for Fibromyalgia?

What kind of massage is best for Frozen Shoulder?

What kind of massage is best for Gout?

What kind of massage is best for Hands?

What kind of massage is best for Headaches?

What kind of massage is best for Insomnia?

What kind of massage is best for Knee Pain?

What kind of massage is best for Lymphedema / Swollen Arm?

Massage should be avoided in the cases of lymphedema unless you are working with a highly trained Lymphatic Drainage therapist who has experience working with the lymph system.

What kind of massage is best for Menstruation?

What kind of massage is best for Migraine?

What kind of massage is best for Multiple Sclerosis / MS?

What kind of massage is best for Muscle Spasms?

What kind of massage is best for Myasthenia Gravis?

The most common form of Myasthenia Gravis or MG is a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disorder that is characterized by fluctuating weakness of the voluntary muscle groups. While there are no studies showing massage helps this condition, some people report that they do feel better for a time after receiving a massage.

What kind of massage is best for Myofascial?

Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion. This type of therapy is typically performed with massage lotions or oil.   Learn More >

What kind of massage is best for Neck Pain?

What kind of massage is best for Osteoporosis?

What kind of massage is best for Relaxation?

Everyone differs in the types of massage techniques that create relaxation. But an all-around good choice is Swedish massage or gentle massage.

What kind of massage is best for Restless Leg Syndrome / RLS?

What kind of massage is best for Rotator Cuff?

What kind of massage is best for Sciatica?

What kind of massage is best for Scoliosis?

What kind of massage is best for Shin Splints?

What kind of massage is best for Shoulders?

What kind of massage is best for Tendinitis?

What kind of massage is best for Tennis Elbow?

What kind of massage is best for TMJ /Temporomandibular Joint?

What kind of massage is best for Whiplash?

For Women

Can I get a massage during my menstrual period?

Absolutely.  Some women find it helpful when dealing with PMS or cramps, and if you like, you can always specify a male or female therapist. Click here to learn more about the benefits of massage during your period.

I'm taking a fertility drug; is a massage okay?

While massage is generally safe during this medical intervention, it's wise to check with your doctor's office as they are more familiar with your specific condition and responses. Bring your doctor's approval note to your appointment with you.

Will massage help my stretch marks?

Unfortunately, no. Stretch marks come from the inside of your body, so applying oil or massage to the outside of your body won't affect them -- even if companies who supply those products or services say theirs are different.

The good news is that stretch marks won't get in the way of a massage to make you feel more relaxed about your entire body. Visit Paula's Choice for more information on what does and doesn't work on stretch marks.

I have a big ovarian cyst; should I avoid a full-body massage?

Relaxation massage is fine for this condition; however, no massage techniques should ever be applied to the area of the cysts. So abdominal work is contraindicated. Be sure to communicate your condition to your therapist prior to the service.


Is it safe to get a massage while I'm pregnant?

Moms-to-be, especially first-time moms, want to make sure their baby is safe. Prenatal massage therapy is perfectly safe in all trimesters of normal pregnancies and actually can be beneficial. Women in high-risk pregnancies should consult their health care provider before getting a Prenatal massage.

How does massage benefit a pregnant woman?

Massage relieves many of the discomforts experienced during pregnancy, like backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema or swelling. Along with boosting circulation and reducing stress on weight-bearing joints, it can also help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes.

Click here for more information on prenatal massage.

What kind of massage is best during pregnancy?

It depends on where you are in your pregnancy. After discussing your situation, the therapist might recommend specialties like Reflexology, Swedish massage or other techniques to meet your individual needs -- and those of your baby.

Is a Prenatal massage different from a regular massage?

The biggest difference is that your therapist will take extra precautions in making sure you're comfortable. Soft, supportive cushions help alleviate any strain on your lower back and pelvic area. During your second trimester, you may want to lie on your back with a special cushion under one hip to provide a bit more elevation.

Aside from those differences, though, the prenatal massage experience is the same as any other at Massage Envy.

Your First Massage

I've never had a massage before. What should I do to prepare?

The most important thing to keep in mind is that the massage is for your benefit. Remember that you can always ask a friendly front desk associate if you have questions before your session begins. If questions arise during your session, the therapist can answer them for you.

When you call to schedule your appointment, you'll want to tell us any preferences you have, like a male or female therapist and what massage type you like. Of course, this is your first massage, so how do you know your preferences? For first-time guests, we recommend a Swedish massage. It's nice and relaxing, plus you still get the therapeutic benefits you're looking for.

For start-to-finish tips on getting your first massage, click here or watch our short video.

What massage is best for a first visit?

Asking for recommendations can be helpful, but nothing compares to firsthand experience. Every therapist has their own style, so the best way to know whose style suits you is to try a variety of professionals at Massage Envy.

All Massage Envy therapists are licensed and certified. So again, it comes down to your personal taste. We recommend trying different therapists until you discover your favorites. Find a local massage therapist.

What massage is best for a first visit

For your first visit to Massage Envy, a Swedish massage is a good recommendation. Not only is it relaxing, but it also provides therapeutic benefits. Click here to learn more about Swedish massages.

However, there are many types to choose from and you might prefer one of our other modalities instead. To see all your choices, click here.

What happens during a massage?

That depends on where you go. At Massage Envy, with locations nationwide, here's what happens:

Once you schedule your first appointment and arrive at Massage Envy, a front desk associate will greet you and ask you to fill out a Massage Wellness Chart. This is where you record any injuries, health history and other physical conditions we should know about -- all of which is confidential. We recommend wearing comfortable clothes and arriving 15 minutes early so you can fill everything out without feeling rushed.

When you're all finished, you can relax and wait in the lobby or, if available, the tranquility room. This is also a good time to turn your phone off or on silent.

Next, your therapist will come to greet you and walk you to your room. They'll also show you where to find the bathroom, which is worth using so you won't need to take a break mid-session.

Together, you'll review your Wellness Chart. Your massage therapist will ask questions like, "Do you have specific stress or areas where you're experiencing pain?" Communication is key here and throughout your session. If this is your first massage, tell the therapist. They'll answer any questions you have and walk you through the process so you feel comfortable.

Massage Envy uses only hypoallergenic lotions. Still, it's a good idea to let us know beforehand if you have any allergies.

Your therapist will then leave the room while you disrobe to your level of comfort. But, what's the right amount? Some clients prefer to completely disrobe, while others remain partially clothed. Either option is absolutely fine. It's whatever is most comfortable for you.

Once disrobed, you'll lie on the massage table under the top sheet and blanket. Your therapist will give you a few minutes alone, then knock before entering the room.

Your therapist will ALWAYS respect your modesty. You'll be draped with the sheet during your session, uncovering only the part of the body they're working on. Remember, this is YOUR massage. The face cradle can be adjusted and table heated. Your therapist wants you to have a great experience, so speak up. And that goes double for pressure and technique. Should you experience pain or discomfort when working a particularly tight area, it's EXTREMELY important to say so. Your therapist is a professional. He or she can adapt, using different techniques to relax stubborn muscles.

After your massage is completed, take a few moments to relax before you redress and your therapist takes you back to the lobby. He or she will then offer you some water, discuss areas that were worked, and offer recommendations for future sessions.

How to Prepare


What's the best day and time to get a massage?

Everyone has their own preferences for the best day and time. Some people like to schedule after a workout, others before a busy day. Some people like to relax during the weekend, others to boost their energy during the week.

Since Massage Envy is open late, nights and weekends, as well as every day of the week, it's easy to find the best time for you.

You might decide to schedule with the same therapist on every visit, or try different ones with different specialties. Either way, plan to arrive 15 minutes early so you can take care of the paperwork and relax before your appointment.


What should I wear during a massage?

Whatever helps you relax is always recommended. This usually means comfortable clothing. For clients who come straight from work, consider packing a bag with comfy shirts, shorts or pants


Should I shave before a massage?

Only if you want to. Professional massage therapists don't care about back hair or leg stubble. Unless you JUST shaved, everyone is going to have some, so don't worry about it.

For men, if you're going to Massage Envy for a facial and want to shave, we recommend shaving the night before to avoid irritation. But shaving isn't necessary.

What should I do about my hair during a massage?

Many sessions include cranial therapy, or a head massage. Because of this, your hair may be a little messy when your session ends. If this isn't a concern, then come as you are. You can also tie your hair back, place it in a bun or wear a hat if it makes you more comfortable. Or ask your therapist to avoid this area. It's as easy as that!


Should I avoid eating or drinking before a massage?

It's best to not eat right beforehand. If you're too hungry to wait, something light that won't upset your stomach is okay. We just wouldn't recommend heavier fare.

It's all right to drink some water or lighter non-alcoholic beverages before your session, but again we recommend not overdoing it. This is more of a comfort issue than anything. So if you're okay with it, so are we.

What about drinking after a massage?

About 50-70% of your body is water. After lying on a massage table for an hour or so, drinking water can help you rehydrate and even feel less light-headed.

Etiquette / Embarrassment

What's the proper etiquette for getting a massage?

The most important thing to keep in mind is that the massage is for your benefit. You can ask a friendly front desk associate any questions before your session begins. If other questions arise during your massage, your therapist will be happy to answer them.

Click here for start-to-finish tips on getting your first massage or watch our short video.

What if I feel self-conscious about a certain area?

We're all self-conscious about something, but this shouldn't keep you from getting healthy. Massage Envy therapists always try to make clients feel very secure, so they know they're in a safe place. But if you're still self-conscious, just ask your therapist to avoid that area and focus elsewhere. And of course, let your therapist know of any health conditions beforehand.

What if something embarrassing happens, like gas or an unwanted response?

Professional therapists have plenty of experience in dealing with those situations. Their goal is to keep you comfortable, so there's never any need to feel embarrassed.

What if I'm feeling ticklish?

This is very common. Some people and certain areas are just more sensitive. You can tell your therapist you're ticklish. Your therapist may move to broader strokes, or if you prefer, avoid that area altogether. But it's nothing to be ashamed of, so don't let being ticklish keep you from enjoying all the healthy benefits.

How do I know whether my therapist is behaving appropriately?

Each therapist at Massage Envy is professionally educated, so you'll never need to worry about inappropriate behavior. However, if you ever feel uncomfortable being touched in a ticklish or otherwise sensitive area, be sure to let them know when it happens or even before your massage.

Everyone has individual preferences, and your therapist wants to make sure you feel comfortable at all times, so don't hesitate to speak up!

Therapist Gender, Talk, Skill

Can I choose whether I want a male or female massage therapist?

Absolutely. Some people prefer a therapist of their own gender, and some believe that males give a more powerful massage while females give a more gentle massage.

When you're working with a professional therapist, both men and women can give equally powerful and gentle massages, so that doesn't need to influence your choice. But if you do have a preference, just mention it when you schedule your appointment.

Should I chat with the therapist during my session?

If talking helps you relax, then feel free to have a conversation. But there's never any obligation to talk during your massage unless you want to. Your only responsibility is to tell your therapist if you feel any discomfort, so they can adjust to give you the best possible massage.

How do massage therapists know which muscles are tight?

Tight muscles tend to be inflexible. They lose their softness and often can become hard and restricted. During school, student therapists become very adept at recognizing muscle health through fine-tuning their touch senses. Tight muscles also cause pain even when not touched, so you probably know when your muscles are tight just by how you feel.

How much pressure does the therapist use?

It depends on your goals, so be sure to tell your therapist at the beginning of your session if you're looking for improved flexibility, relaxation, relief of a particular stress point, or anything else.

If you'd like the therapist to use less or more pressure, please say so at any time during your massage. Communication is important for getting the greatest benefit from your session.

At The Clinic

Do I need to shower after a massage?

Our Massage Envy therapists report that a warm bath or shower after receiving a massage is optimal for getting the full benefits out of the treatment. Water has been used for centuries as a therapeutic treatment to alleviate all kinds of muscle and body pain, and combining with a massage will only enhance your experience. In addition, if you suffer from oily skin, it's a good idea to remove the massage lotion that was used as it does contain higher amounts of oil than a regular hand or body lotion.

What's the difference between using sheets or towels on a massage table

Massage Envy uses only freshly cleaned linens for every session. This allows for optimal cover and modesty during your session. However, for specialty sessions like Deep Muscle Therapy, a warm towel may be used for therapeutic purposes.

What kind of cream or oil works best for a massage?

At Massage Envy, our therapists use only hypoallergenic lotions. This allows for optimal manipulation of muscles, frictionless glide, and fewer -- if any -- reapplications. Additionally, our clients tend to prefer lotion for the cleaner feel and smoother absorption -- much like a body lotion. For specialty sessions like Deep Muscle Therapy or AromaTherapy enhancements, additional lotions like Biofreeze or Prossage lotions may be used. You can learn more about these products at biofreeze.com or  biofreeze.com/page/en/prossage_faqs.aspx.

Is there any risk of germs if the therapist massages me with bare hands?

Professional massage therapists are very aware of germ risk and are trained to always thoroughly clean their hands and arms before a session. While we can't avoid coming in contact with germs in our daily lives, there is no more germ contact threat when receiving a massage than there is in our other everyday activities.


Is it all right to lift weights before a massage?

Most sports and workout enthusiasts enjoy receiving a massage after lifting weights. Your muscles may be extremely overworked and painful if you follow up directly after engaging in weight lifting, so be sure to communicate with your therapist if you need less pressure.

Can massage improve my range of motion?

Yes, it can. So does regular stretching. Both help stimulate your blood flow and increase your flexibility. When your muscles are relaxed and elongated, you're less likely to strain them and more likely to see additional flexibility in your joints.

Is it better to get a massage before or after my workout?

After is better.  It's a wonderful way to relax and reward yourself for all the hard, healthy work you just did.

I work out and keep in shape. What massage is best for me?

You might want to consider Sports massage, particularly after a workout. Also keep in mind that as we age, joints tend to tighten. By working muscles, connective tissues and tendons, massage therapy will help improve flexibility and range of motion, helping make you less prone to injury.

Watch our video on how massage can help you perform at your peak.

Possible After-Effects

Could massage bring out problems that were lying dormant before?

There is no research that shows massage brings dormant problems to the surface.

Is it normal to feel tired, shaky or hurt after a massage?

Feeling pleasantly tired and relaxed is very common after a massage. You might feel some tremors in muscles that haven't felt stimulated in a while, because massage wakes them up with freshly oxygenated blood.

However, it is NOT normal to feel pain after a massage. There may be some mild discomfort when your therapist works on a particularly tight area, but that shouldn't linger. Make sure to tell the therapist if you feel any pain at any time.

If you've ever experienced pain during a massage before visiting Massage Envy, mention that to your therapist before your session begins. This will alert him or her to be especially attentive to the sensitive area.

Can Deep Tissue massage release harmful toxins?

A healthy body is efficient when dealing with its metabolic wastes. The wastes or toxins get reused and repurposed, stored away safely, or eliminated through natural body functions. Massage alone does not release toxins.


How soon can I get a massage after I get a tattoo?

New tattoos can cause pain and itching so it's best to wait a few weeks until all pain and itching is gone.

What is the purpose of having my toes flexed during a foot massage?

Typically this is done to stretch the muscle groups the therapist is working on.

Is it safe to use a muscle relaxant when doing a massage?

It's best not to be impaired in any way when receiving a massage.

What massages can a very thin person get?

Thin people still have muscles that get tight and cause pain. Your professional massage therapist is well versed in working with clients of all shapes and sizes.

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The Benefits of Massage Therapy

Massage therapy helps you relax, re-align and rejuvenate. There are many positive aspects to receiving massage therapy on an ongoing basis, and with the busy lives we lead, we can all benefit from a little stress-management.

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Benefits of Massage Therapy

  • Relieves stress
  • Encourages relaxation
  • Helps manage pain
  • Relaxes muscles
  • Improves flexibility and range of motion

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Benefits of Facials

  • Moisturizes skin
  • Reverses visible signs of aging
  • Improves skin tone and texture
  • Alleviates redness and sensitivity
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces blemishes and breakouts

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