Step 1: Client Consultation
The SkinBase Therapist will determine your individual needs and devise a treatment plan to achieve the results that you require. Treatments plans can vary from single 'beauty boost' treatments to courses of 6 to 20 treatments every 7 to 10 days.
Step 2: Cleanse
A gel cleanser will be used to ensure that your skin is clean and dry before the treatment commences. For male clients, ideally your face should be clean shaved the night before a treatment (this is not essential). Dry, shaven and clean skin means that the abrasive compound can penetrate the skin unobstructed.
Step 3: Treat and Target
A wand delivering a fine jet of abrasive crystals will be passed over the skin. Dead skin particles will be abraded away and a vacuum action will remove the debris. This dual action will both resurface the skin and stimulate the blood flow, encouraging the skin to rejuvenate itself and produce collagen and elastin. After passing across the skin area once, the therapist will then target problem areas like open pores, pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes and acne scarring.
Step 4: Moisturise with SPF
After the treatment a simple moisturiser with a neutral pH (pH 4.5 - pH 7) and without any essential oils, AHA's, glycolics or retinol should be applied to replenish lost moisture and to prevent the skin becoming dry and peeling.
Sun damage can cause pigmentation and premature ageing of the skin. After a SkinBase Facial™ it is essential to protect the skin from excessive sun exposure by applying a moisturiser with an SPF. This is especially true in the summer months and for clients that are having SkinBase Facials to treat pigmentation. Failure to apply regular sun cream could cause the pigmentation to return.