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14012 Armstrong Woods Rd. Suites C, D&E
Guerneville, California 95446
 
© June Bug Skin & Body 2017. All rights reserved.

SHOULD I GET A FACIAL RIGHT BEFORE MY SPECIAL OCCASION?

NO, Although a facial is a fabulous way to luxuriate and pamper yourself (which, of course, you deserve), it can often cause a mild breakout due to the exfoliation and stimulation that is involved with the treatment. We suggest getting a facial at least 7 days before your special occasion.

 

DO FACIALS HURT?

Receiving a facial should leave your face feeling refreshed, glowing, and beautiful. In no way should you feel discomfort. However, in some of the facials we provide, extractions are performed that involve mild pressure to clogged pores and acne-prone skin. The skin care therapist will always inquire whether or not you prefer extractions. We also use products with Retin-A, salicylic, glycolic and lactic acids. These products are designed to  exfoliate skin to reveal fresher, more youthful skin and may produce a slight tingling sensation. Tingling is fine, burning is NOT. Your skin care therapist will communicate with you during this process to ensure you are comfortable at all times.

DO YOU USE PRODUCTS THAT ARE RIGHT FOR MY SKIN TYPE?

June Bug Skin Care proudly carries Image Skincare. Image products vary and are formulated for different types of skin: aging, dry/sensitive, oily/acneaic, and sun-damaged. They also carry a revitalizing organic line. We love this line for its diversity, clean packaging, simple ingredients, and reasonable cost.

WHAT CAN I DO TO GET MAXIMUM BENIFITS FROM MY FACIAL?

  • Slow down! Don’t stress! Stress causes hormonal fluctuations and increased oil production, which may result in troubled skin.

  • Apply one of our high-quality, good-for-your-skin sunscreens with an SPF after your moisturizer everyday!

  • Follow a basic routine of cleansing, exfoliating, moisturizing/hydrating, and protecting daily with good facial products.  — Avoid drugstores/preservatives.

  • Try not to touch your face, or other areas of concern, like your chest, neck, or even your back, too much. Keep phones, pillows, makeup brushes, etc. clean.

  • Drink water plenty of water; this will help keep your skin hydrated and clear.

  • Eat plenty of fresh vegetables, fruit, and raw nuts. Research shows that eating a good diet results in the appearance of luminous, blemish-free skin.

  • Avoid excessive caffeine and alcohol intake which causes dehydrated skin, puffy, tired-looking eyes and premat

  • Be sure to use make-up that’s non-comedogenic (the stuff that clogs pores).

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