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Book your facials now for an amazing Christmas glow!!

You’ve got just enough time to book a mini-course of facials before Christmas. We know a thing or two about beauty here at SkinBase and so we’ve come up with a few extra tips to help you get the most out of your treatments. Tip or ‘Rule’ no.1 is Drink 1.5 litres of water per day. The skin is our largest organ and it contains lots of water and so it’s important you keep hydrated to keep it looking its best.

Why is a course of SkinBase microdermabrasion facials great for skin?

Microdermabrasion uses tiny micro-crystals to exfoliate away dull, tired skin. A new fresh layer of skin is revealed and skin feels silky soft and smooth. A course of facials will work on the outer layers of skin to remove surface pigmentation, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles. The treatments are progressive therefore with each treatment you will see noticeable improvements to the skin. The vacuum action of the treatment will stimulate collagen and elastin production, and skin will feel plumped and fresh.

How to book your SkinBase facials

If you want to go ahead and book a course of facials, you can use our therapist finder to locate your nearest SkinBase therapist. Simply enter your details, including your postcode, to find the nearest 3 locations offering SkinBase facials.

Find Your Local SkinBase™ Therapist

SkinBase™ is the leading microdermabrasion treatment. With over 2,000 accredited salons and spas in the UK & Ireland, there’s bound to be a salon near you.

Are you a beauty professional, and would like to offer SkinBase™ treatments? Find out more.

Download the guide

We’ve compiled all our tips into a downloadable guide, so you can download it now and get a headstart ahead of your facials. These healthy habits; when followed alongside a course of SkinBase facials, will help you to get the best results. Download the Healthy Habits guide now.

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