Charnel's Touch of Elegance Beauty Spa
Exclusive care for you
Skin is the largest human organ and it plays a vital role as your body's first line of defense against infection and other harsh elements. As we age, our skin becomes thinner and dryer. It loses collagen, which gives it a thick, plump appearance, and elastin, which makes it snap quickly.
The time it takes for healthy young cells to migrate to the topmost layer slow down, which makes skin duller looking. And our faces are more exposed to the elements, get lines and creases from all the facial expressions we make.
Estheticians are trained in skin wellness, helping the client balance oil and moisture content and achieve a healthy, youthful complexion.
Estheticians are also skilled in managing conditions such as acne, rosacea, eczema, and dry skin, to name just a few.
Cleansing the skin: Aromatherapy facials, exfoliation, and massage with facial creams and scrubs help deep cleanse the skin, removing toxins caused by pollution, grease and dirt found in your every day environment.
Increasing circulation: Facial treatments help to improve and restores circulation to facial skin layers, increasing the flow of oxygen-enriched blood to skin cells. This rush of blood to the skin gives your skin a healthy glow and plumps skin cells with vital nutrients and water, which reduce the appearance of wrinkled and dry skin. Nutrients like blood, vitamins and minerals found in the blood, along with adequate hydration, help develop and maintain new skin cells, essential for a youthful, appearance.
Monthly facials improve elasticity, give your skin a smoother texture and improve the hydration of your skin. In addition, a facial will help remove dead skin which aids in the absorption of other creams or lotions used to combat wrinkles.
Make sure you eat right. A steady diet filled with preservatives can dry and age your skin. A healthy diet will help give you a healthy glow. Don't forget to hydrate by drinking plenty of water.