Happy fall everyone! I am so excited for all the wonderful things that the fall season has to bring like sweater weather, boots, fall foliage, apple cider, and pumpkin spice everything! I love pumpkin spice so much that I decided to create my own signature fall facial called the Pumpkin Whip Perfecting Facial!

The Circadia pumpkin mask many benefits are:

  • reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • improves the skins texture and tone
  • reduces break outs
  • has retinol-like activity that increases skin cell turn over
  • broad action antioxidants that protect the skin from outside elements

Not to mention the pleasant and intoxicating aroma of pumpkin spice that you will get to enjoy while its on! The Marshmallow Whip finishing mask not only will smell divine too but it will give your skin intense hydration, sooth and calm the skin, and reduce redness. These two masks are definitely stars of the facial but it has so much more to offer.

You will also get to experience a double cleanse and extractions to give your skin a deep clean. The real treat though is my signature facial massage that includes the neck and decolletage. There are so many benefits to a facial, neck, and decolletage massage:

  • improves your lymphatic flow to reduce inflammation
  • relaxes tech neck from working at your make shift at home office
  • relieves headaches
  • relieves jaw pain
  • lifts and contours your face.

If you really want to amp up this facial I suggest you add on a dermaplane, peel, or enzyme mask to get a deep exfoliation to get off all that dull summer skin. I personally just gave myself this facial with a dermaplane and wow, my skin is so soft and the tone is much more even! This facial truly is a delight to the senses and the benefits to your skin for improving aging skin and acne prone skin is amazing! Don’t wait to schedule your Pumpkin Whip Perfection Facial at https://www.massagebook.com/biz/EclecticRemedies before it’s gone!

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