Nine Facialist-Approved Skin Treatments You Can Do At Home
By: Katie Becker
While fresh-from-the-facialist skin continues to be celebrated on runways and Instagram feeds, commitment to skin care can be just that—a commitment. Even facialists struggle to make time for full-on treatments, but it’s their brilliant daily tricks that give them that unbelievable, make-up-free glow (it is, after all, the greatest form of advertising). A quick poll of some of the country’s most in-demand aestheticians reveals what they do at home. From cleansing techniques to must-have micro-needling devices, here, they provide an arsenal of new secrets for a complexion worthy of a pro.
Deep freeze your sheet mask
“After cleanser and toner, apply a hydrating sheet mask—I love Meder Beauty Science Hydra-Fill Mask—and immediately run an ice cube wrapped in gauze over the mask for two to three minutes. Keep the mask on for 20 minutes, then remove and apply moisturiser. This wakes up tired, dehydrated, dull skin.” — Joanna Czech, Dallas