Yesterday I went along to Brazilian Beauty MacArthur Central to try their Peptide Infusion Facial. Having resorted to doing “more at home” with my skin since becoming a Mum, it was so good to leave the house and treat my skin to a “professional” salon facial. I choose this particular treatment from because it targets fine lines, wrinkles, ageing, dehydration, uneven skin tone and texture. All of which are my skin concerns.
When I arrived at the salon, I was greeted by the friendly staff who made me feel welcome. The treatment starting with a skin profile where you put your face underneath a “black light”. This allows the therapist to match the correct product perfectly to your skin type.
From there it was relaxation central for the next 60 minutes. The Peptide Infusion Facial included a cleanse, power exfoliant and face lift mask as well as a massage of face, arms and neck and décolletage. So good! ASI products were used during the facial and I particularly enjoyed how they felt on my skin, especially the foaming cleanser.
So what results did I see? Immediately after the Peptide Infusion Facial my skin looked brighter and plump and felt hydrated – it actually glowed! (apart from the very tired eyes!) True story. My husband also commented that my skin looked really good and that was many hours after having the treatment.
I always feel you reap the benefits of a facial a few days after so I am excited to see how my skin looks and feels towards the end of the week. As a follow up to the treatment, I will be using the ASI Rejuvenating Foaming Cleanser, Day Cream, Bedtime Multivitamin Boost and Antioxidant Protector skin care products over the next few weeks and I plan to follow up with a maintenance Peptide and Growth Factor mask here at home.
It makes all the difference getting yourself of for a facial by a professional every now and then to pamper not only your skin but your mind & body also.
** This post in collaboration with Brazilian Beauty MacArthur Central however all thoughts and comments are my own and results are what I felt on the day of treatment. **