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10 Deep Cleansing Facial Benefits

Facial cleansing is an essential practice to maintain the hygiene of the facial skin. From dirt, makeup and even stress are among the factors that cause the skin to accumulate dirt and lose vitality, freshness and luminosity.

Most people simply wash their face with soap and water to remove dirt, but some of the dirt is only cleaned with a professional facial cleanser. It is very important to perform a regular facial cleansing to maintain healthy skin and hydrated. It is recommended once a month or every 2 months to visit your beautician.

At HBS, before performing a facial cleansing, we will evaluate your skin type to adjust the necessary treatment. Each type of skin has specific characteristics and therefore different needs

Beauty is in the skin! Take care of it, oil it, clean it, scrub it, perfume it, and put on your best clothes, even if there is no special occasion, and you’ll feel like a queen.
Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; it is up to you to merit the face you have at fifty.

Why is it important to have your deep cleansing facial done by a professional?

Certified professionals are the ones that can evaluate and suggest the most appropriate cleansing products and treatment that fits you according to your skin characteristics.

Some of the most important benefits of a deep cleansing are the following

  • Eliminates dead cells allowing your skin to renew itself, this delays aging and the appearance of wrinkles, the skin becomes more luminous, soft and smooth.
  • Eliminate acne and blackheads
  • Stimulates the absorption of cosmetic products.
  • Increases hydration and allows oxygenation of the skin

Home care is extremely important: always wash your face with specific cleansers for your skin type, wash your makeup brushes once or twice a week and periodically change sheets and towels to avoid acne breakouts and clogged pores.

It’s not just what substances you put on your skin. Inappropriate inflammation is rooted in diet, how you handle stress, how you rest, and your exposure to environmental toxins.

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