Facial Care

To keep your skin glowing and defend it against external aggression, make a facial care ritual part of your routine! Thanks to Funbooker, you can find the best beauty salons near you. It's the perfect experience to live and to give as a gift.

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Institute facials: everything you need to know

Thanks to Funbooker, you can find the best beauty salon professionals. They'll suggest the right products for your skin and give you advice on how to care for it according to your specific needs!

What is a beauty salon facial?

A facial is an aesthetic treatment designed to improve the appearance and health of the skin. In the institute, all professionals adapt treatments to the allergies, needs and problems of each client. Typically, a facial involves the following steps: cleansing, exfoliation, steaming, extraction, mask and moisturizing!

It's also possible to receive a facial in the form of a professionally-provided massage, such as the Kobido massage. In addition to its relaxing and anti-stress properties, a facial massage relaxes the facial muscles and smoothes the features for a healthy glow.

Facial care: different skin types

Whether you're looking to reduce the signs of aging, combat acne or maintain radiant skin, it's vital to choose a skin care product that matches your skin type! But what type of skin do you have? Which treatment is best suited to your skin? Find out with Funbooker!

Dehydrated skin

Dehydration problems can affect all skin types (dry, combination, oily) at different times of the year. The skin's hydrolipidic film no longer retains water properly. The result? Your complexion looks dull and tired.

At the institute, exfoliating treatments can smooth out the rough appearance of your face by removing dead skin cells. At home, you can apply a daily moisturizing cream to restore suppleness and radiance.

Sensitive skin

Sensitive skin reacts easily to external aggressions. Pollution, cold or heat can cause irritation, dryness and redness. Sensitive skin is also prone to skin diseases (eczema, rosacea).

Sensitive skin needs to be cared for gently, using gentle products. Aloe vera serums are particularly suitable: this plant contains amino acids with soothing and healing properties.

Dry skin

Dry skin is defined as skin that feels rough and tight on contact with water. It can also itch, crack or peel in certain areas.

At the institute, treatments with argan oil, shea butter or sweet almond oil are offered to deeply nourish and moisturize your face. Dry skin also needs regular exfoliation.

Acne-prone skin

Acne-prone skin can be recognized by its oily texture, shiny appearance and imperfections (pimples, cysts, blackheads). This type of skin is common in teenagers and adults with hormonal imbalances.

The face needs to be exfoliated with purifying scrubs and moisturized with non-comedogenic creams that tighten pores. Aestheticians can remove blackheads and apply draining treatments to evacuate toxins.

Mature skin

Over time, facial skin becomes drier, the epidermis gradually loses elasticity and the first wrinkles appear at the corners of the eyes, on the forehead and above the lips.

A facial treatment for mature skin can be performed at an institute from the age of 30. You'll benefit from lifting, nourishing, toning and anti-wrinkle products that will help you to regrow and diminish the signs of aging. Don't hesitate to ask for an eye contour treatment!

Combination skin

Generally speaking, combination skin has both the flaws of blemished skin and the flaws of dry skin. The T-zone tends to be oily, while the rest of the face sometimes suffers from dehydration.

Opt for a purifying mask and an anti-blemish serum on the median part of the face. Problems of dryness can be treated at home with light moisturizers to avoid greasing the skin.

Oily skin

Oily skin is caused by excessive sebum secretion, which clogs the pores of the face. This leads to the appearance of pimples, cysts and blackheads, particularly on the T-zone.

These skins need cleansing treatments such as scrubs, clay masks and lemon-based products. Jojoba oil is highly effective in naturally regulating sebum production.

Dull skin

A dull complexion is gray and lacks radiance. The face looks tired and aged. The causes are diverse: stress, lack of sleep, poor hydration, unbalanced diet, etc.

A facial sculpting or lymphatic drainage treatment will stimulate blood circulation and restore a radiant complexion. To enhance results, accompany these treatments with products rich in minerals and vitamin D, and nourishing oils.

Skin prone to spots

Spots on the skin can be the consequence of cutaneous aging, prolonged exposure to the sun or certain dermatological diseases. They are characterized by hyperpigmentation or depigmentation of the skin.

Facial peeling and exfoliation activate cell regeneration and reduce pigmentation spots on the skin. Depigmenting creams can be used to complete the treatment: you'll see spots fade after several applications.

Skin with dilated pores

Dilated pores give the skin an irregular appearance. This phenomenon, found mainly around the nose, is common on both young and mature skin. It is often accompanied by blackheads.

For smooth, soft skin, it's important to let the epidermis breathe with a scrub or peel. Next, we recommend applying an astringent facial such as a clay mask.

6 essential cosmetic products for a facial at the institute

Creams, serums, oils... A variety of treatments can be applied to the face. Some are penetrating, while others need to be rinsed off. Depending on their composition, these cosmetics can have purifying, nourishing, moisturizing, mattifying, toning, softening, firming or antioxidant properties.

1️⃣ Cleanser

Perspiration, pollution, dust, make-up and tobacco have a visible impact on our skin's health. That's why we recommend cleansing our face morning and night.

    There are several products for cleansing the skin:
  • foaming gel,
  • cleansing milk,
  • cleansing oil,
  • soap and
  • micellar water
  • .

At an institute, facial care begins with cleansing. The product used will vary according to your skin type!

2️⃣ Exfoliating

Mechanical exfoliants, also known as scrubs, are products containing grains. They are applied by gently massaging the face to remove dead skin cells. Scrubs have a smoothing and purifying effect.

To deeply unclog pores, you can undergo a peel at an aesthetic institute. This chemical exfoliation in mask form promotes cell renewal, regulates sebum production and considerably evens out skin tone.

3️⃣ Toning lotion

Toning lotions are applied after cleansing gel and before day cream. They remove impurities (make-up, dead skin), prepare your skin for facial care and optimize its effectiveness.

What's more, these products have the power to decongest, moisturize, tone, rebalance PH and reduce sebum production in the skin. The result is an even, smooth and luminous complexion.

4️⃣ The mask

A mask is a facial treatment that is left on the skin for a few minutes or a few hours. It can be based ongreen or redclay, honey, vegetable oil or hyaluronic acid.

Depending on its composition, it will have detoxifying, exfoliating, nourishing, anti-wrinkle, anti-spot or anti-comedogenic properties. The mask acts on the deep layers of the epidermis, leaving the skin soft and supple: the face looks younger and more rested.

5️⃣ Moisturizing cream

Moisturizing cream is a rich cream to be applied in the morning or evening before going to bed. In addition to moisturizing the skin, it can provide a mattifying, repairing, anti-imperfection, anti-oxidant, anti-UVA and anti-UVB effect.

All skin types need to be moisturized, but the skin care product must be adapted to your specific skin problems. If you have oily skin, it's advisable to choose a light cream to avoid clogging pores.

6️⃣ Serum

A serum is a fluid-textured product to be used before a day or night cream. Some localized skin care products are designed solely for the eye contour area or chapped lips.

A serum has the power to heal acne, moisturize, nourish, fill in wrinkles or diminish blemishes. Its restorative action is rapidly visible: after just a few applications, the complexion will regain its vitality, radiance and elasticity.