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Beets. Carrots. Barley. Take your beauty cue from nature

We’re fanatical about wearing our masks (and hope you are too). But what we’re not fans of are the breakouts they cause, particularly for those who’re already suffering from oily, problematic skin.
The Placecol Cleansing Chlorophyll Facial is rich in chlorophyll derived from young Barley plants, which helps to detoxify the skin and decrease surface shine, while also reducing congestion and inflammation. Combined with High Frequency Treatment, this facial destroys the bacteria responsible for breakouts and combats congestion. With powerful anti-oxidants to increase the skin’s immunity and help reduce free radical damage, the result is visibly refreshed, clearer skin. If you just feel your skin is a little tired (aren’t we all?), there’s a Oxygenating Vitamin A Facial – highly effective for revitalising and boosting tired skin. Naturally rich in Vitamin A (hello carrots), it tightens and firms the skin, stimulating micro-circulation which increases oxygen and nutrients to the cells. This facial is rich in powerful anti-oxidants to help protect the skin from harmful free radical damage, a major cause of ageing.
Then there’s the Betanin Hydration Facial … an intensely cooling and hydrating facial which contains Betanin, a potent anti-oxidant that protects cells from free radical damage and gives beetroot its deep red colour. Rich in Vitamin C to boost immunity and stimulate cell function, plus generous quantities of essential skin health minerals, such as iron and folate, and with beetroot’s deeply detoxifying properties, this facial leaves the skin feeling refreshed, renewed and energised. These facials cost from R475 to R525.

Details: For your closest Placecol salon, visit placecol.com      

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