Could a facial be... self-care? Science says yes. This isn’t just an excuse to tell your husband, either, although if that’s your method, we won’t tell. There are proven psychological benefits from taking care of your skin. Even more so, what you put on your skin may be as important as what you put in your body. October is National Emotional Wellness Month, which is the perfect opportunity for you to focus on your skin, while also dealing with what’s beneath the skin. Here are four emotional benefits of getting a facial.
Topics: Facial rejuvenation
Getting back to school means getting back to basics. It’s time to start thinking about getting summer off of your face for a more glowing, fresh complexion!
You may have heard that your eyes are the windows to your soul. Though this may be true, it doesn’t necessarily mean that your eyes also have to be the windows to your real age!
As you grow older, your eyes and upper face can develop fine lines, wrinkles, under-eye bags, discoloration, and droopiness due to the effects of gravity, sun exposure, and lack of proper skin care. Not only can these signs of aging make you look older, but they can affect your confidence, self-esteem, and the way you feel about your overall appearance.
A facelift is highly effective at reversing signs of aging and gravity, yet many people are hesitant to move forward due to having false perceptions about recovery. It’s true that most surgeries require more downtime than non-invasive procedures, but the results are often more powerful.
For this reason, the mini facelift has become a popular procedure. With a mini facelift, you enjoy the benefits of a traditional facelift with smaller, well-hidden incisions and less downtime. A mini facelift is often more affordable than a full facelift since less is involved with the procedure.