Why your one-off facials aren’t working
Having a facial here and there is a nice way to relax and treat your skin to something special. However, if you want to achieve healthier looking skin and get results, you’ll need a schedule of treatments designed to get results.
Here’s why your one-off treatments aren’t enough and why a Skin Health membership might be the answer:
Facials are a short term fix: Ad hoc facial treatments may be hydrating and soothing your skin in the short term, but you are missing out on the long-term benefits of regular advanced treatments.
You need to up the ante: Our skin is very clever. The more it gets used to treatments the results are less effective. You need to slightly increase the intensity as your treatments progress –so you need to up the ante to ensure you are getting the best results.
Keep it regular: Regular treatments are vitally important to teach your skin cells to grow back stronger and faster than before. The ideal time frame between treatments is generally 4-6 weeks apart. This repetitive process results in a vast improvement and long-term changes to the condition of your skins appearance.
It’s costing you money: One off treatments can be expensive, and if you’re not getting the full benefits that are available, they will be costing you both time and money in the long run.
The answer - Memberships
A Skinsmiths Skin Health membership provides you with a tailored treatment schedule designed to get results. Before you join, we’ll sit down with you and discuss your skin goals and design a treatment schedule consisting of a mixture of conditioning treatments and high intensity treatments.
It is likely your treatment schedule will have several conditioning treatments in short succession at the beginning, this is designed to increase skin cell turnover and prepare your skin for the high intensity treatments. Following this treatments will be come more regular with reviews slotted in along the way.
Interested in finding out more? Book in for a chat with one of our Treatment Advisors.