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My Favorite Fall Services to Incorporate Into Your Facial Menu

My Favorite Fall Services to Incorporate Into Your Facial Menu

Estys, it’s time to spice up your facial menu – fall edition. 


I love switching things up in the treatment room for my clients, and as the seasons change, it’s the perfect opportunity! 


Here are 4 of my absolute favorite fall services that I plan to add to my facial menu: 

Peels, peels, and then more peels

It’s PEEL SEASON, this is a non-negotiable to my facial menu! Peels are a great way to help your clients rejuvenate and replenish their skin after months of sun exposure and heat. I recently wrote an entire blog about prepping for peel season, read it here. 

Pumpkin Enzyme

One of the simplest and easiest ways to elevate your services - I loooove using this exfoliating mask from BANISH. It’s made with natural pumpkin enzymes and AHA glycolic acid to help improve skin clarity.

 

 

24 Karat Gold Stamping


If you’re looking to reduce acne scars and fine lines - you need this micro-needling tool in your life. It has 24k Gold plated titanium bristles and I love it because they don’t irritate the skin. This is a MUST for reducing acne scars, fine lines, and dark spots. A personal favorite that has changed my skin!


Wrap Up With a Cold Roll! 

There is simply no other way to end a facial treatment. Grab your Glow Skincare Cold Roller or opt for the mini if you’re on the go. Glow tip: Store your cold roller in the fridge or freezer for at least 20 minutes before use. 

 

There you have it! Those are my favorite fall services to add to my facial menu. 

 

Once you try these, let me know how your clients like them, and comment below letting me know what your favorite fall services are. 

 

xoxo,

Kasey

 

Tune into our podcast episode to hear more! 

 

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