Wake Up Your Skin With A Feel-Fresh Approach To The Holiday Season

Prepare for the holidays with a relaxing facial. (Photos courtesy of Deep Blue Med Spa)

It’s the most stressful time of the year. Or is it? The holiday season is a busy and overwhelming time with Christmas shopping, cooking and baking, decorating and the arrival of family and friends. But it is also necessary to schedule some “me time” for yourself to maintain rest and relaxation.

Look and feel your best for the holidays with a trip to Deep Blue Med Spa in Garden City. Schedule yourself for a spa treatment, cosmetic and laser treatments or choose from a list of body services, but a facial may be the best place to start.

Deep Blue Med Spa offers several facials including the Deep Blue Med Spa Signature Facial, Optimum Hydration Facial, Deep Detox Facial, Fire and Ice Facial, Ultimate Vitamin Therapy, Vitamin C Facial and Teen Facial, all designed to cleanse and hydrate the skin. But the most unique facial is the HydraFacial, which offers the ability to moisturize the skin.

“Our clients love it because it works sort of like microneedling and is a refreshing and non-irritating treatment for the skin,” said medical aesthetician Nargiza Smith. “HydraFacial is very beneficial for all ages and skin types as it can diminish fine lines and wrinkles, reduces hyperpigmentation and help to improve acne and oily skin among other benefits.”

Here’s how it works. The treatment displaces dead skin cells and extracts impurities while simultaneously providing the new skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums through the use of hydradermabrasion and vortex-extraction. The first step is to cleanse the skin with a peel by gently exfoliating and resurfacing the area. Next, extractions and hydrations helps to clarify skin and purify pores with painless suction, later quenching skin with intense moisturizers. The last step is to fuse and protect the skin by using powerful antioxidants and peptides that saturate the skin to deliver a smooth, glowing complexion.

An great add-on to this treatment is the ZO Brightening HydraFacial ($275), which brightens, refines and reinvigorates skin with the exclusive HydraFacial Brightalive Booster Serum powered by ZO Skin Health. This innovative treatment uses a progressive formula, without retinol or hydroquinone, to correct hyperpigmentation, sun damage and skin discoloration. The use of Red LED light therapy stimulates collagen production, while hyaluronic acid and antioxidants protect and hydrate for luminous skin.

Book now to reserve a spot for a weeklong special running from Dec. 9 through 13. In addition, the spa is also offering a dedicated special for the month of December for a Fire and Ice Facial for $125 (retail value $195). This treatment includes an intensive resurfacing peel and a cool rejuvenation mask.

Garden City Deep Blue Med Spa is located at 999 Franklin Ave., at 10th Street. For more information and to schedule an appointment, call 516-231-8202 or visit www.deepbluemedspa.com.

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Jennifer Fauci
Jennifer Fauci is the former managing editor of Long Island Weekly, Anton Media Group's award-winning special sections and Anton’s local magazines. Her passion for literature, travel and the arts lend to the unique content in her publications. In her time at Anton, she has received first place in the Folio Awards, second place for the NYPA awards and is the recipient of six PCLI awards.

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