Are Salon and Spa Treatments Worth It?
Experts weigh in on what hair and facial skin care treatments are worth splurging on and which ones you can do at home
Get deep skin cleansing done at a spaWhy: Don't mess around when it comes to treating your skin -- head to a pro instead. Picking and doing "surgery" on your own pimples usually only leads to more trouble. Lorecin-Northup says quality skin care treatments "just can't be done at home because of the unattainable ingredients, equipment and knowledge needed to give the skin what it truly needs." Going to a well-trained skin therapist that uses professional grade products will help you "see a visible difference and will maintain your skin more effectively than just using products at-home," adds King.
Money-Saving Tip: Have your aesthetician recommend a few key products like the best skin brightening products on this list to use at home between facials to maintain the work they've done.
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