Very few people would deny that birthdays are fun. People give you things, you eat too much cake and it’s the only day of the year when you can say it’s my birthday, I can do what I want. Unfortunately, like riding a rollercoaster too many times, too much fun can be bad for you and having too many birthdays can be terrible for your skin. Get rid of birthday evidence and save up to 55% on DANNè Enzyme Facial Therapy, with or without a manicure.
Anyone who takes the stairs rather than the elevator and uses an eco-friendly moss-carpet in their bathroom can tell you that it’s better to go natural. Unlike some other chemical facials, the DANNè facial uses enzymes that work with the skin rather than on it. Designed for all-natural skin-conditioning, it’s designed to get rid of all the nasties that plague dermises’ the world over, whether it’s fine lines or odd pigmentation. Tended to by internationally qualified staff in a chic and tranquil salon that boasts the latest health techniques and treatments, you can let your mind and limbs relax into pampering treatment that local gossip says is fit for royalty. The treatment uses enzymes as little hormone-messengers, stimulating nerve-endings, getting rid of dead cells and also toning, tightening and firming the skin. It also works to improve the structural integrity of your skin to ensure continuing benefits.
Once your skin is feeling all fresh, plump and cheerful and looking look rejuvenated, less stressed and just better overall, add a manicure just because it’s always fun to be pampered. Also, while it’s true that your face does most of your speaking with quizzically raised eyebrows or a sly grin, some wild conversational gesticulation does wonders. Why wave chipped, chewed-on nails in people’s faces, the manicure will leave your hands smooth and moisturised with nails buffed and polished to the shine usually seen on pirate booty.
Facial Fact: The first cosmetic facial mask to be documented was used by a women in South East Asia in the 1700s and it was a paste made of honey, papyrus and crocodile spit.