The Point Center, 76 Regent Road, Seapoint, Cape Town
60 Colinton Road, Newlands, Cape Town
5 Van Boekhuizen Street, Kuils River, Cape Town
Palmyra Junction Shopping Centre, Palmyra Rd, Claremont, Cape Town
The Majestic Village Main Road, Kalk Bay, Cape Town
19 AP Burger Street, Plattekloof, Cape Town
Devonshire Court, Recreation Road, Fish Hoek, Southern Peninsula, Cape Town
Shop 109 The Promenade Victoria Road Camps Bay Camps Bay Western Cape
2 Fairway Business Park, Stibitz Street, Westlake Business Park, Cape Town
50 Buitenkant street, 8001 Cape Town, South Africa
23 Lourensford Road, 7130 Somerset West, Cape Town
14 Lee Road, Claremont, Cape Town
c/o Olienhout Ave and Plattekloof Road, Spar Shopping Centre, Plattekloof, Cape Town
55 Porterfield Road, Blouberg, Table View
15 Bright street, Somerset West, Western Cape
The Andros Deluxe Boutique Hotel Cnr. Phyllis & Newlands Road, Claremont, Cape Town
Atlantic Beach Golf Estate, Melkbos, Cape Town
The Sanctuary, Corner of R44 and de Beers street, Somerset West
77 Keurboom Road, Rondebosch, Cape Town
6th Avenue, Melkbosstrand, Cape Town
Mayfair, Century way, Cape Town
Rondebosch Village, Klipfontein Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town
O on kloof boutique hotel and spa, 92 Kloof Road Bantry Bay, Cape Town
The Watefront, Cape Town
89 Kloofnek road, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town
12 Park Lane, Century City, Cape Town 7441
Shop 5, Old Village Constantia, Cape Town
4th Floor 80 Strand Street Cape Town CBD
Unit 37 B Durbanville Village Square (Corner of Oxford and Queen street Durbanville)
Shop 11, next to the Woolworths exit, Glengarry Shopping Centre
74 Loch Road, Kenilworth, Pick & Pay Express Ext
12b Durban Road, Chelsea Village Wynberg, Western Cape, South Africa
1 Old Oak Road Tygervalley, Delphi Arena Building, 3rd Floor
1 Ravenscourt Rd, Parklands, 7441
Pastorie park C/O Reitz & Lourens street Somerset West
Retail business Park, 81 Chichester Road, Kenilworth, Cape Town
22 Oxford street Durbanville, in Vizi Hair, Durbanville 7550
2 Watermill Road, Sir Lowrys Road, Gordons Bay, South Africa
3 2nd Avenue, Grassy Park, 7941 Cape Town
1 Pinewood Avenue, Glenwood, Goodwood, Cape Town
16 Crassula Way, Pinelands, Cape Town
52 SEAPOINT MAIN ROAD, SEAPOINT
6 Honeyside Road, Cape Town
Aurora Shopping Centre, c/o Aurora and Burton street, Durbanville, Cape Town
B2 Anansi Park, 25 Church street, Durbanville
Mezzanine floor, Bank Chambers bldg, 144 Longmarket street, Cape town
10a Max Street Rugby, Milnerton
8 Cavendish Street, Claremont, Cape Town
14 Banksia Road, Rosebank, Cape Town
Shop 5A.3, Silo 5, South Arm Road, Waterfront, Cape Town
Winston Place, 65 Main Road, Green Point, Cape Town
1st Floor, Lifestyle on 50 Kloof Street. Gardens, Cape Town
Tygervalley Centre, Basement level, Bellville, Cape Town
A Facial is a beauty treatment which involves a series of skin care treatments for the face. Having a Facial can be a relaxing experience useful for increasing the blood and oxygen flow in the skin.
Facials rejuvenate, hydrate and cleanse the face, and are used for general skin health as well as for specific skin conditions. For general skin health a regular facial helps maintain the healthy skin. Regular facials can help cleanse, improve and pamper your skin but also relax and rejuvenate.
Facials for different skin conditions include facial treatment for rosacea, also facial treatment for blackheads and whiteheads, facial treatment for dry or sensitive skin or acne prone skin.
Facials are performed in the treatment room and usually starts off with face cleansing. It can be with steam or without. It is then followed by a specific facial treatment you opted for and usually contains a mask and a serum. Mask can be for different purposes, from deep-cleansing which penetrates the pores, masks for healing acne scars or specifically designed for treating hyper-pigmentation; there are also masks that help brightening the skin which works giving the skin a gradual illumination of the skin tone.
The type of products used in your facial will be based on your skin type and concern. For example for aging skin, the products used are often containing anti-aging ingredients such as retinol or hyaluronic acid.
Facial is a very popular treatment to have and the result is usually visible immediately and particularly in the days following the treatment.
Because not all skin types and tones are the same, there is an array of procedures and products used.
Also depending of what result you are looking for will depend on what type of facial you would choose.
Perfect for an acne-prone or blocked skin, as it helps to reduce the appearance of acne and blemishes. This facial includes deep cleansing of pores, which helps to get rid of the excess oil and black heads. Cleansing facial not only helps to treat acne and pimples on the skin, but it also helps to lighten the acne scars. Cleansing facials contain mild scrubbing with a steaming technique to ensure that the dirt is pulled out easily.
This facial is ultimately designed to be used on dull and loose skin. Collagen-infused products and collagen boosting techniques are applied in this treatment. Collagen is an important protein that helps to rejuvenate your skin and keep it supple, reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Anti-ageing facial helps to restore the natural suppleness of the skin by a cell renewal process. This facial includes a lot of steaming and massaging, which uplifts your skin naturally.
One of the best relaxing ways to hydrate your skin externally, by using moisture intense skin care products. Hydration facials help promote healthy, glowing and moisturised skin. This type of facial is beneficial for people with extremely dry, parched and dehydrated skin. This facial retains moisture and hydration on the skin, thus keeping your skin soft and supple. It helps to shrink large-sized pores on the skin, sloughs off the dead skin cells and also improves the elasticity of the skin. It involves a process of steaming, exfoliating, skin care products and massaging, which hydrates the your skin.
There are also skincare brand specific facial treatments such as Environ Facial, RegimA Facial, Guinot Facial, Theravine Facial, Matis Facial, Dermalogica and many more, all bearing the name of the manufacturer of the products used in the treatment, and the products you can use at home.