Sensitive skin? Try the Brazilian facial

Do you have particularly sensitive skin? Then we introduce you to the Brazilian facial treatment. Let’s find out together what it is.

By now we all know what Brazilian waxing means. Even if you’ve never done one, you probably know the term.

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No matter what style of waxing you choose, removing hair from our lower parts using wax has its advantages over shaving because the results can last up to four weeks. But for some, that smooth feel and look don’t last long due to ingrown hairs.

Try the Basilian facial treatment, you won’t regret it!

For particularly sensitive skin or skin prone to irritation and discoloration, it is recommended to carry out exfoliation before waxing. But don’t worry, we have good news. Beauticians and skin care experts are creating post-wax treatments to help prevent ingrown hairs, irritation and discoloration.

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A treatment that is becoming popular is the Brazilian facial, coined by the Singapore-born global wax studio Strip Ministry of Waxing. Founded by beauty entrepreneur Cynthia Chua of Spa Esprit Group, the center is known for providing the best waxing on the market. In fact, the wax blends used by this study, such as blackberry chocolate and strawberry, are formulated for reduce pain levels and minimize discomfort during the waxing process.

But let’s see what it means with Brazilian facial treatment. This is not a traditional facial treatment. This particular treatment uses a technology similar to that of microdermabrasion, which uses personalized serums to meet your skin care needs. The Brazilian treatment has three different serum options: one option for acne and ingrown hair, a second option for dry skin and another option for discoloration. Obviously the service is performed only and exclusively by a qualified beautician with a device that exfoliates and infuses the selected serum into the skin. After the treatment, you will immediately notice smoother and more exfoliated skin.

Like all types of treatments, this type also has its own side effects. After all, when dealing mainly with sensitive areas of the body, being aware of the potential side effects is essential. Therefore, if you decide to have a Brazilian treatment, consult your dermatologist or beautician before making your first (or next) appointment.

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