Vacationing abroad may be off the table for now, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the resplendent glow of a beauty treatment. Teresa Stenzel, an aesthetician and director of education at the skincare company Biolements, explains how long beauty treatments last, how to keep them, and when to dispose of them. If you're pregnant, it's important to consult with your therapist before any treatment to make sure it's right for you. To get the best possible results from each of your treatments, Sarah Powell from Beauty On Rose recommends taking care of your skin, using less makeup, and creating good foundations with skin care and treatments.
After facial treatment, it's very important to treat your skin with kindness so that it can recover and get the desired results. For some facial treatments, such as the Gua Sha Jade Stone facial, you'll need a series of six consecutive treatments to achieve optimal results. The basic steps are all the same: cleansing, exfoliation and active treatment. The only treatment that can burn fat and build muscle at the same time (other than a little pain similar to what you would expect after a Pilates class), is painless and has no recovery time.
This is because the chemicals and tools used in professional treatments are designed to deeply exfoliate the skin, so that active skin care products can penetrate the subdermal layers and promote more ideal skin health.Kim Kardashian loves it, Emma Stone swears by it, and Victoria's Secret Angels once trusted it before going out on the runway. But don't worry - this non-invasive facelift treatment leaves no chance of becoming Botched's latest victim. While home facial treatment may follow the same basic steps of cleansing, exfoliation and active treatment, the results of a home facial treatment will not be as complete as those of a professional facial treatment. In addition, “skin enhancers” are an excellent complement to wrinkle filling and relaxing treatments, or can be used as an alternative for those who are not yet ready to follow this path.To make sure your beauty treatments last as long as possible, it's important to follow your therapist's instructions for aftercare.
This includes avoiding direct sunlight for at least 24 hours after a facial treatment and using sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher every day. You should also avoid using any harsh products on your skin for at least 48 hours after a facial treatment.When it comes time to dispose of beauty products or tools used in treatments, make sure you do so responsibly. Dispose of any products that have expired or been opened for more than three months. If you're using tools such as tweezers or scissors in your beauty routine, make sure they're cleaned regularly with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.