I once heard that when you reach a certain age, it’s important to go for facials.
Some of my mother’s friends, older ladies I know, all vouch for it, saying they’ve been going for regular facials since they were in their 30’s and you can really tell a difference in their skin today (they’re all in their 50’s now).
But I wonder, is it really the facials or is it just good genes?
Are facials really necessary?
I hear it’s touted as especially necessary once you ‘hit’ 30 years old, and I’m sure people working in that field would argue that as well, but I can’t help but think, if you really know what products work for you (perhaps getting a dermatologist involved), then you might be doing enough for your skin.
Bu I wanted to know your personal opinions especially from those who have regular facials. How has it changed your skin? Did you start going for regular facials once you turned 30?
Personally, I’m not a regular facial goer.
I love trying them out, especially for the blog to recommend to anyone reading that is looking for good places in Singapore.
And while there are plenty of great services out there and I really enjoy them, I don’t actually go to them myself. I just don’t have the time and energy to go religiously every month!
Although I find them really relaxing and my face definitely better after it, I’m not sure if going for facials will make my skin look any better than if I don’t go. I feel that if I just keep up my skin care regime and apply sunscreen, my skin should be fine.
Over to you
But I’d love to know what do you think – are facials necessary to keeping your skin looking its best in the long run?
Have you found anything to be better (or worse) when going for facials? Would love to hear your opinions.