Aestheticians use a pineapple-enzyme scrub to give the skin a natural glow and apply a mask made from carrot oil and mango butter
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- $59 for one skin-recovery facial with pineapple enzymes (a $140 value)
- $169 for three skin-recovery facials with pineapple enzymes (a $420 value)
Antioxidants and multivitamins help stimulate microcirculation and bring the skin’s complexion to a natural glow during each one-hour facial. Aestheticians slough away excess surface cells with a pineapple-enzyme scrub while jojoba beads release nourishing oils into the skin. An emollient-rich mask made from sea buckthorn berries, carrot oil, and mango butter moisturizes the skin and provides wrinkle protection. The treatment concludes with a hand and décolletage massage.Yulia’s Skin Care
Yulia brought her skin-revitalizing talents to Yulia's Skin Care after attaining the status of master aesthetician in Boston, where her work earned her spots on Best of Boston lists in area publications such as Stuff magazine. With certifications in microdermabrasion, enzyme peels, and stone facials, she has the training to adeptly coerce blemishes and discolorations from the face using a slew of skin treatments. For each treatment, Yulia's Skin Care's aestheticians select from their arsenal of nourishing products, and even arm themselves with specialty products, such as heated mittens and pumpkin-enzyme purées, for massages and facials. They also leverage their expertise to exfoliate, steam, and massage the skin on their clients' backs, shape brows, and wax away hair that refuses to take the bait of staticy balloon animals.