City Life Facial at Bella Sante

9:45 PM

City life is no joke; rushing to catch busses and trains, constant exposure to exhaust, time spent out and about in the elements. It all takes a toll on our skin. And while I do try to take care of my skin, I can’t seem to give it the TLC it craves despite my best attempt at weekly face masks. Enter the City Life Oxygenating facial at Bella Sante Salon & Spa. This facial is formulated to counteract the effects of pollution and an active, urban lifestyle and deeply detoxifies while oxygenating the skin. It's fifty five minutes of pure bliss with no interruptions and the best treatment your skin has likely received in months. Count me in! 

Upon entering the dimly lit treatment room my esthetician took a look at my skin under a bright light and asked me about my skin care ritual and concerns. After talking a bit about my routine and my skin type, she excused herself to grab a selection of products and I made myself right at home between the sheets of the warm bed in the treatment room.

This facial combines the best of both worlds; serious relaxation paired with serious skin care. I loved that this facial included two hot stones beneath the shoulder blades for a little touch of luxury. While I nodded off, my esthetician cleansed, toned, exfoliated, and performed extractions before finishing with not one, but two powerful face masks and an incredible arm and shoulder massage

I left the treatment room with plump, glowing skin and a noticeably brighter complexion and ready to book my next appointment! I can't remember the last time I left a facial with such a visible difference in my skin. I've had a few other services at Bella Sante, including the classic HyraFacial and the coconut oil massage with drybrushing, but the City Life Oxygenating facial takes the cake as my treatment of choice. 

38 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116

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