Giving a physical gift at Christmas is one thing, but giving the gift of an experience can sometimes be that little bit extra special. Skincare treatments are something that many of us consider but wouldn’t perhaps necessarily splurge for ourselves, so giving them as a gift is a lovely treat.
But which treatments should you be gifting? There are so many skincare treatments out there that the choice can be truly overwhelming. Where do you even begin, particularly when you’re choosing for a person other than yourself?
Well not to worry, as we thought we’d put together a little roundup of three great skincare treatments that we think a lot of different people will like. We spoke to Jeunesse Medi Spa to see if they had any recommendations for skincare treatments and they’ve given some great suggestions! Have a read below and see if any sound suitable for your would-be gift receiver!
Hydraclean Deep Cleansing Express Treatment
This treatment is designed to cleanse your face, and it especially concentrates on the T-zone which is great for people who suffer in this area. It is the only treatment in the world that can deeply cleanse all skin types and it acts on both sweat and sebaceous glands, getting rid of toxins and excess sebum in the skin which cause congestion and acne.
It uses a patented Thermoclean Electrode to make your skin glow in just 30 minutes, making it a nice quick treatment for those who don’t have much time to spare but still want to get their skin back to looking and feeling its best.
Caci Ultimate Eye Treatment
If you know anybody who is a little bit older and concerned about their crows feet or under eye bags, then this might be the treatment for them! Our facial muscles naturally lose tone and elasticity as we get older, and things like dark circles and eye bags tend to worsen with age too.
There are things that make these conditions worse, like a poor diet, not drinking enough water, and not getting enough sleep, but there are also ways that this area can be helped. Lack of oxygen to the skin tissue often leads to discolouration, and puffiness can be caused by fluid retention due to dehydration.
This treatment can help to oxygenate the tissue in the eye area to help reduce discolouration, and a cooling mask will help to restrict the capillaries and reduce the apperance of dark circles.
A skin peel
The good old skin peel has been a bit of a favourite for years, and they’re a great way to revive your complexion. They are essentially a great way to rejuvenate the skin and uncover more youthful skin that is softer and smoother, but without any invasive surgery.
Think of a skin peel as a deep exfoliation, getting rid of the top layer of dead skin using naturally occurring acids to encourage new growth!
We hope this has given you some inspiration for giving the gift of great skin to someone you care about! This article from Bustle gives some great reasons why experiences are often better gifts than objects.