At-Home Treatments To Try If You Can’t Go For Facials (As Often) Now
Your facials may have been disrupted these past few months, but you can still protect, strengthen and reset your skin with serums, masks and ampoules that deliver an intense dose of ingredients to help with moisture, anti-ageing or brightening
With the start of Phase 2, we can now head to the salons and aesthetic clinics to get our facials and treatments done. But since the establishments have to observe safe-distancing measures, getting an appointment might be hard unless you book a slot way in advance.
Which is why we’ve rounded up at-home treatments you can use to replace your regular facials and treatments and maintain your skin texture as you wait for your next slot.
To replace deep cleansing facials…
Try: Kew Organics Divelyn Gently Micro Exfoliant, $61.60
This exfoliator uses ingredients like salicylic acid to remove dry, dead skin cells, and vitamins C and E to balance the skin, while soothing and protecting the skin barrier against free radicals.