City life leaves a trace on our skin, day in, day out – even when we’re staying home. Pollution, cell debris and stress set in and we break out, our skin looks dull and products don’t quite sink in the way they used to. Enter the deep cleanse. This hour-long treatment works to transform how your skin looks and feels by unclogging pores, balancing your pH levels and refining your skin tone. It’s the ultimate reset.
During your treatment
Your skin expert will begin by asking you a few questions about your current skincare routine and lifestyle before inviting you to lie back and relax.
Using products from a dermatologist-approved salon brand*, they’ll tailor a series of skincare modules to your specific needs (including treating and preventing blemishes) to leave your skin totally rebalanced.
*Browse individual skin expert bios to discover which professional product range(s) they carry.
Some things you might want to consider before booking:
If you have extremely sensitive skin or inflamed acne, your therapist will adapt your treatment accordingly to help keep your skin calm.
If you're pregnant, please advise your therapist so they can adapt the treatment accordingly with pregnancy-safe products, or book our Pregnancy glow facial instead
Do not book if you have open wounds or lesions on your face, neck or chest; we’d suggest that you wait until they’ve healed before booking your facial.
More info on deep cleanse
This treatment can definitely help if your skin is blackhead-prone, but for more severe types of acne, especially cystic acne or anything that has a risk of scarring, we recommend seeing a dermatologist.
Having acne doesn’t mean you need to hold off on booking, though. Just make your therapist aware ahead of time and they’ll adapt your treatment to keep your skin calm.
No, this is a powerful treatment, but your therapist won’t use any products that will dry your skin out or over-exfoliate. They’ll make sure to lock in moisture with a hydrating moisturiser at the end, too.
It’s up to your therapist what they bring, but for most deep cleanse treatments, therapists work with their hands and sponges.
Yes, but let your therapist know ahead of time so they can switch to pregnancy-safe products.