Facial

Facial being applied with a beauty brush

Looking for a cleansing or nourishing facial?

Does your skin need some care or do you just need to relax and be pampered for a while?

Ripple brings professional beauty therapists to you, and has two styles of facials, the cleansing green clay mask or  nourishing collagen mask facial.

They can be done as an express half hour treatment or full hour deluxe treatment.

Facials are also included in our day spa packages. Click here for a full list of our beauty treatments and massages 

Call 0438 567 906 or book online here

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Green Clay Beauty Facial

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

The ladies were fun to have there and were very professional. 

The mini facials were a great option for the time we had. Thanks again for the treatments.

Helen, Maroochydore

Facials
5/5

5 out of 5
September, 2012

Green clay being applied by beautician

Ripple Facials

Half Hour Or One Hour Green Clay Facial – Wonderful calming treatment gently cleanses problematic, congested skin.

Re balancing mud mask detoxifies, suitable for even the most sensitive skin. $60/$110 (members $50/$100) More information on our green clay face mask is here

Half Hour Or One Hour Anti Ageing Facial – Experience instant results with this intensive treatment for fine lines and skin damage.

The collagen hydrating mask infuses vital moisture and nourishment. $60/$110 (members $50/$100) Where did we find it?

What A Facial Does For Your Skin

anti ageing facial

A great quality facial will gently cleanse your skin, remove deep seated impurities and dead skin cells, softly expose new skin and help your skin to look younger and fresher.

In every one of our massage packages we include a free  natural green clay face mask and head and face massage.

This mask is of the high quality light green clay, and is a gentle cleanser and exfoliate for even the most sensitive skin.

It is applied just before we do your arm massage and is allowed to gently dry and tighten your skin.

Your therapist will then remove the mask with warm, steamed towels, taking with it any impurities and leaving your skin glowing.

It is followed by a head and face massage, which increases the blood and oxygen flow to your skin.

Facial And Skincare Tips

Figure Out Your Skin Type

Oily Skin: Large pores, greasy skin by lunch time, shiny forehead and chin. Frequent breakouts and plump skin.

Dry Skin: Small pores. Few breakouts. Dull skin and aging skin. Flakiness. Skin always feels dry.

Normal Skin: No real issues, occasional acne, vibrant skin.

Combination skin: Usually oily in the t-zone (nose, forehead and chin) and dry on the cheeks.

Ageing: Fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, crows feet, sun spots and sagging.

Acne: pimples, black heads, white heads, cystic acne.

Sensitive Skin: Irritation to either touch or chemicals (i.e. hands touching the face or ingredients in products)

Dry skin typically experiences a breakdown of the skin barrier functions due to inflammation, as well as a build-up of dead skin cells.

The number one solution is to keep skin well hydrated from the inside:

  • particularly omega-3 and omega-6, which keep skin hydrated and clarified. A deficiency in both of these may result in dry, inflamed skin, whiteheads and blackheads.

EFAs are important building blocks for the cell walls in our bodies, and help keep skin moisturised, smooth and healthy.

They also have anti-inflammatory effects and can relieve eczema symptoms.

Good, delicious sources include oily fish, raw seeds, nuts, avocados, as well as supplements like pure fish oil, flax seed oil and evening primrose oil.

Avoid dehydration by drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water a day, and minimizing your intake of caffeinated drinks and alcohol, which are dehydrating.

Avoid soap and use soap-free wash instead.

Soap-free washes do the job of removing dirt but leave the body’s natural and much-needed oils behind.

Soap-free washes also don’t contain strong alkaline solutions that are harsh on our skin.

Exfoliate weekly if possible.  Regular exfoliation will counteract the build-up of dead skin cells, and allow the skin to soak up all the wonderful moisture in the oils, lotions or creams that you apply.

Follow exfoliation with a hydrating mask or facial, such as a collagen face mask, which will infuse the skin with moisture and help to sooth any itchiness, stinging or flaking.

Use a humidifier to replace the moisture lost from the air.

If you’re in a warmer area, try placing a bowl of water in the corner of each room.

This will put humidity back into the air, and ensure that your skin doesn’t dry out.

If the skin on your hands is prone to drying out and cracking  protect your hands with gloves. 

Moisturise after each time you wash your hands, to replenish the lost moisture.

If you are prone to eczema, avoid wearing wool directly against your skin as this can irritate your skin.

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Ripple Massage Day Spa And Beauty
Phone: 0438 567 906 – Email: info@ripplemassage.com.au
48 Justin Ave, Mt Tamborine Qld 4272
Australian Business Number 22061285274
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