I was recently invited by Light Touch Medical Aesthetics to come in and experience one of their facials. It was absolutely fabulous and one of the best things I’ve experienced. I scheduled the appointment near my birthday so it would be a special way to treat myself.
When I arrived, I met with McKenna who was very welcoming and immediately made me feel comfortable. This was my first facial so, since I was pretty clueless, she explained everything that would happen and left the room so I could get ready. I removed all my jewelry but didn’t want to completely undress so, luckily, I simply slipped my arms out of their sleeves and slid under the blanket lying on the bed.
McKenna came back in and covered my hair with a wrap and laid another towel across my chest. She was kind enough to write down everything she did so I could share it with you so here are all of the steps from the facial.
- She opened with Art of Breath, Serenity Ess Oil.
- Next, she did a cleanse with Avene Dermo Cleansing Milk.
- For the second cleanse she used Glymed Gentle face wash using the Smart Pro Clarisonic Brush.
- Next, she exfoliated with an anti-aging exfoliant mask and set a gentle blowing of steam over the skin.
- While the mask set, she massaged both arms and hands.
- After removing the mask, she did a skin analysis and extractions.
- Following those, she used the Avene Thermal Spring Water toner.
- Next she applied the Ultra Hydrating Enzyme Mask (the green mask in the picture).
- While the mask set, she massaged the neck and shoulders.
- After the mask, she applied a Vitamin C serum 10-1.
- Then did a facial massage with Daily Repair Mega Moisture by Glymed.
- Next, she applied the SPF Elta UV Clear 46 and did a wonderful scalp massage.
- She closed with Art of Breath, Good Karma Oil
The whole experience was absolutely marvelous and something I want to do more often. I would love to repeat this every year on Mother’s Day, birthdays, anniversary, Christmas, you name it! It was relaxing, serene, and really something I should have done much earlier!