Oxford has plenty of venues offering skin care treatments throughout the city centre – and there are more available out of town. For the best skin care deals, check out:
Using fine crystals to remove dead skin cells, microdermabrasion a painless treatment stimulating blood flow in your skin. Benefits include:
Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive facial treatment that’s widely considered to be safer and more cost effective than chemical peels and laser treatments. Whether you want to revitalise your complexion or you’re self-conscious about blemishes and fine lines, microdermabrasion is the ideal solution.
However, this treatment can lead to some of the side effects like redness and swelling, flaky skin, possible bruising and sensitivity to the sun. If you already have a medical skin condition such as eczema or widespread acne, then skin treatments may not be as good for your skin.
Whether you’re looking to refresh your complexion or reduce the appearance of fine lines, there are many beauty salons in Oxford providing skin care treatments including microdermabrasion.
A chemical peel – also called a facial peel – can leave you with radiant, youthful skin, perfect for rehydrating your skin cells or rejuvenating a tired complexion. There are many benefits of this skin care treatment. Chemical peel:
Whether you’re on your lunchbreak or you’ve just dropped the kids off at school, skin care in Oxford can be easily squeezed into your daily routine to leave you with radiant skin.
A chemical peel should not hurt and the process does not take long, but you may be left with more sensitive skin for up to 48 hours after.
Skin Care Routine: Where to Start? So you want to start a skin care routine. You've listened to the advice of your mum / friend / beauty guru and it's time to take action, but where to start? Staring down the skincare aisles at Boots, Superdrug or Space NK filled with potions full of promise can feel pretty overwhelming, but your face will thank y
Moisturising is one such routine (or chore), which tends to land in the 'meant to but forgot' camp. We all know the importance of moisturising and hydration for our skin and general health, but with a lifestyle which doesn't lend itself to pamper evenings and long baths, moisturising can often slip to the back of the priority list for busy working women (much like taking makeup off before bed or using one of the many hair masks which are piled up high in the bathroom). But with an increasingly demanding, high stress working life, long hours, late nights and a few bottles of red wine to help sooth the pain - is hydration, and therefore moisturising, something we should all be putting higher up on our priority list?