Facials are one of the Fusion Spa team's favourite treatments to perform. The Superfood Pro-Radiance signature facial from Elemis is also one of their favourites.
The facial targets:
- Stressed skin
- Dull skin tone
- Toxin build up
The benefits include:
- Restores vital moisture and nutrient levels
- Restores a fresh, vibrant appearance
- Maximises cell regeneration
- Brings oxygen to the skin cells
- Smoothes and plumps the skin
- Skin looks more healthy
What is so special about the Elemis Superfood Products?
Thanks to an ever-increasing awareness of what we put into our bodies, nutrient-rich
superfoods are steadily becoming a more important part of our diets and it’s not difficult
to see why given their long list of health benefits. The skincare range has been formulated with plant-based and nutrient-dense superfoods, to help replenish skin with vital hydrating nourishment, for a healthy, outdoor-fresh glow. Plus it is vegan friendly too!
What happens during the Elemis Superfood Pro-Radiance signature facial?
There are a number of steps that make up the luxury treatment from start to finish. The treatment is 50 minutes in total. The spa therapist will begin with an eye and lip cleanse before the full facial cleanse using the Elemis Superfood Facial Wash. A toner will be applied before a refreshing lime compress. The facial massage will then be given using the Superfood Facial Oil, a light and non greasy product. This is followed by an application of a Amino Active Mask to provide the skin with a deep cleanse and to restore moisture levels. The powerful minerals and antioxidants in the mask promote cell regeneration too. The treatment is finished with another tone and application of the Superfood Facial Oil, Superfood Eye Cream and the Superfood Day Cream.
The facial helps to boost tired and dull looking skin, leaving it feeling deeply moisturised and nourished. Skin is left feeling plumper, radiant and lit up with good health.
How many do I have to have to see the results?
You will see results after your first visit. However it is recommended to have one every three weeks, and a course of six.
How do I book?
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