Your esthetician will begin the back facial, after your consultation, with a pre-cleanse, then a double gel cleanse with relaxing massage movements over your back. The next step is exfoliation, either manually or mechanically, before the esthetician uses ultrasonic tools to improve circulation and collagen production in the back, as well as clear the pores. Then, a back massage.
At this point, your skincare therapist will extract any visible acne or comedones on the back before applying a calming toner. Now comes another massage with serum, oil or cream to prepare the skin for a purifying mask. It will be left on the back for ten minutes under a steamer. Once the mask is removed, a repairing and hydrating serum will be applied to the back before a hydrating moisturizer.
Additional services like chemical peels, light therapy, or electrotherapy might be provided at this point.
After the treatment, your esthetician will ask you about your experience and talk about some of the products that were used. They will recommend to you some products you can use at home to ensure the results of your back facial last as long as possible, and advise on how to use them to keep that post-spa rejuvenation going strong well into your next session.