Jelly Mask Facial
A jelly mask facial is a type of facial treatment that involves the use of a jelly-like mask on the face. The mask is made from a combination of natural ingredients, such as seaweed extract, fruit extracts, and botanicals.
During the treatment, the jelly mask is applied to the face and left on for around 15/20 minutes to allow the skin to absorb the beneficial ingredients. The mask helps to hydrate and nourish the skin, leaving it feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Jelly mask facials are known for their cooling and soothing properties, making them a popular choice for those with sensitive or irritated skin. They can also help to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing redness, minimising pores, and promoting a more radiant complexion. We have a range of masks available to suit your needs
Jelly Mask facial is here for £59 with cleanse and microdermabrasion on a 45 minute treatment, these masks have several benefits for the skin. Some of the key benefits include:
1. Hydration: Jelly masks are formulated with ingredients like hyaluronic acid and glycerin, which help to deeply hydrate the skin. They can replenish moisture and improve the skin's overall hydration levels.
2. Nourishment: Jelly masks often contain natural extracts and vitamins that provide nourishment to the skin. These ingredients can help to improve the skin's texture, tone, and overall health.
3. Cooling and Soothing: The jelly texture of these masks provides a cooling and soothing sensation on the skin. This can help to calm irritated or inflamed skin, reduce redness, and provide relief to sensitive skin.
4. Detoxification: Some jelly masks contain ingredients like charcoal or clay, which have detoxifying properties. These masks can help to draw out impurities, unclog pores, and remove excess oil from the skin.
5. Brightening and Rejuvenation: Jelly masks can also help to brighten the skin and give it a youthful glow. They often contain ingredients like fruit extracts or vitamin C, which have brightening and rejuvenating effects on the skin.