With the school year winding to a close (last day with the kids was today…hallelujah!), this momma is looking for some pampering.
We’re talking the full body workup. Momma needs a massage and a facial, at least to start.
I was recently introduced to Advanced Aesthetics an Atlanta Plastic Surgery which not only features a full line up of plastic surgery, but also MEDISPA Truffles, with full body massage treatments, LASER treatments, and even microdermabrasion. I’m really excited to try this out (and admittedly, didn’t even know what it was). Microdermabrasion is a technique that mechanically exfoliates the top layer of the skin. The machine uses a fine powder of crystals and suction to abrade the dead cells of the outermost layer of the epidermis. This makes the skin feel smoother and softer. More importantly, exfoliated skin is more absorbent, making medical-grade skin care products more effective.
This school year has taken it’s toll on my body as well as on my face, so I could definitely use a refreshing of my skin as well (seriously, what 30 year old still gets zits?).
They also sell some amazing products.
I was able to try out the Nectifirm Cream (which is, you guessed it, for your neck). It feels amazing going on! I want to coat my whole body in it. My neck (waddle) feels moisturized and firmer! I was worried it would be too heavy and thick and my skin wouldn’t be able to breathe. Definitely not the case. It’s silky, soft and not heavy at all.
Additionally, the carry the Intellishade Moisturizing SPF 45. Now, I’m not a big fan of foundation at all. I feel like it covers my freckles and makes me itchy. But, I didn’t have nearly those issues with this sunscreen. And, really, more than make up, it’s sunscreen. I was also worried that as pale as I am, it would be way too dark for me. But, it proved me wrong. I just evened out my complexion.
Plus, I didn’t have to apply sunscreen on my face for #1’s soccer game.
I was provided a gift basket and gift certificate to facilitate my review. All thoughts are 100% my own.