Tabinda Khan recommends four facials to include in your salon’s menu to offer the summer glow.
Summer is much more than a season! It has become a nightmare for our skin as the temperature and intensity of UV exposure have increased. Finding a calming treatment for our skin has become a part of our routine when the scorching sun reaches our skin and the heat causes our sweat glands to overwork. In this situation, not every facial treatment and the majority of body care treatments end up making our skin, even more, sun-sensitive.
So, here is a much-needed list of facials that can help soothe your skin while also increasing your resilience to combat the impacts of sun exposure.
- Kiwi Facial
Because of its high antioxidant content, Kiwi is a one-stop remedy for most skin concerns. Vitamins C, E and K, as well as potassium and fibre, are abundant in this summer fruit. Kiwi is not only a refreshing fruit, but it also has several skin-care and beauty-enhancing properties such as it protects skin from the sun, maintains it firmly, has anti-ageing qualities, and aids in the restoration of glow.
- Strawberry–Mojito Facial
During summer, this facial is one of the most popular around the world. The facial poses no risk as both the ingredients are gentle, allowing it to be used on both the most robust and sensitive skin types. While strawberry feeds nutrients and gives the skin a soft feel, mojito adds a burst of freshness. It has an unmatched calming effect, especially on the facial area, and leaves your skin feeling revitalised.
- Papaya Facial
Summer brings more than just heat and sunburns; it also brings increased oiliness, which invites more acne and pimples. The greatest way to combat this summertime double-whammy is to eat papaya. While papaya cleanses and restores the glow of your skin, it also brightens your complexion and minimises acne and pimples, resulting in a more youthful appearance. It also aids in the hydration of the skin and the reduction of wrinkles.
- Passion Fruit and Chocolate Facial
Passion fruit is a blessing for sensitive skin types as it contains a lot of beta-carotene. It is also a well-known source of antioxidants and is high in vitamins A, C, iron, potassium, magnesium, and other minerals. This facial uses chocolate as a basis to create a texture that is thick enough to hold the passion fruit pulp while maintaining its characteristics. Thus, the passion fruit and chocolate facial is completely natural. This facial is great for firming the skin, oxygenating the pores and the skin’s surface, and thorough cleansing.
Try out the recommended facials for your salon and offer your customers flawless skin this summer.