YES! You can get a facial whilst pregnant.

We’ve all heard the old wives tales - if you’re glowing, you’re having a boy! If not, it must be a girl. However we are not as aware of the skin concerns that can arise due to the the hormonal changes that pregnancy brings. It is common for many women to experience dryness, breakouts, hyperpigmentation, flaky skin and more. 

So what can you do about it? Good news. There are a variety of options of facial treatments that are the perfect way to pamper your prenatal skin, all whilst ensuring your bub to be remains safe.

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Most importantly, what should pregnant women avoid

  • Avoid harsh chemical facials, microdermabrasion, and peels
  • Avoid laser treatments
  • Avoid extracting black-heads/tightening pores
  • Avoid topical Vitamin A products 
  • Avoid aromatherapy and certain essential oils such as basil, rosemary, juniper berry, jasmine, cypress and chamomile blue

What facials are best for pregnant women?

Oxygen Facials 

This is the perfect way to regenerate and boost the health of every skin cell using pure, medical grade oxygen.

Indulge in hydrating ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, essential vitamins and minerals, that can increase circulation, promote cellular renewal and plump out fine lines and wrinkles!

Our 60 minute Oxygen Facial is designed to cleanse, nourish and revitalise your skin so you'll leave glowing, no matter the gender of your baby

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Exfoliating Facials 

Though microdermabrasion is off the cards, get that smooth, supple feeling with a soft exfoliating facial. Using gentle ingredients such as lactic acid (derived from milk) and glycolic acid (derived from sugar cane).

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Deep Cleansing 

Revitalise your skin with a deep cleansing facial. Perfect if you’re suffering from breakouts, this treatment uses gentle massage, steam and exfoliation to clear off excess oil and dry skin, leaving you refreshed and radiant.

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So which treatments do we offer that are right for you? Contact us here for more information.