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Time to freshen up. You treat your body to massages, exfoliation and moisturising treatments, but are you neglecting your face? A facial is the perfect way to deep-cleanse your complexion, rehydrate your skin and fight the signs of ageing. It also has the advantage of not requiring you to take your clothes off – making this a great pampering experience for those who are a bit body shy.

How does it work?

There are a wide range of different facials available to suit different requirements and skin types. Whether you are looking to get your glow back, moisturise dry skin or rid yourself of wrinkles, there’s a treatment out there to suit you. Not sure what kind of TLC your face needs? Your therapist will be happy to advise you on which facials are best suited to your age and skin type. Now all you have to do is sit back and relax...

Facials can last from 20 minutes for a mini-facial to an hour for a luxury treatment with face massage. During this time you will be asked to lie down and close your eyes whilst the therapist works their magic.

Spoiled for choice? Specialist facials include medi-facials to help deal with conditions such as acne, whilst oxygen facials and honey facials use more unusual methods to help you get that gorgeous glow.

Is it for me?

Anti-ageing facials are great for those looking for a youthful complexion, but facials aren’t just for older people – after all, they do say that prevention is as good as a cure. Treating yourself to a facial is also a fantastic way to relax. Good for your stress levels as well as your skin? We don’t need any more convincing...

Although some facials are designed to help with medical conditions, it’s always a good idea to consult with your therapist first if you have sensitive skin or eyes – you don’t want to end up making them worse...

Good to know

Ever wondered why pictures of facials always show women with cucumber slices over their eyes? Cucumbers have a hydrating effect and are said to reduce puffiness – not bad for humble salad...