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Pomegranate Facial

July 10, 2011 | 5:13 PM
Pomegranate FacialService:

Pomegranate Facial
Where it’s at: Naz Kupelian Salon & Spa in Lexington, MA (

Description of service: This luxurious facial is designed to cleanse, exfoliate and re-hydrate the skin while providing stress relief and relaxation. Natural ingredients, including fresh pomegranate, oatmeal, buttermilk and pure honey, make this treatment ideal for all skin types. The acid of the fruit helps to stimulate new skin cells. This all-natural combination leaves the skin glowing without irritation.

Background information: The pomegranate fruit has been cultivated in the Caucasus regions such as Armenia and Georgia since ancient times. Known as one of the most antioxidant and nutrient-rich fruits, its health benefits are regenerating and rejuvenating. The fruit is in season from September to February.

How much it costs: $125/90 minutes
Who performs it: Esthetician

Products used:
Hydra 4 Cleanser, Sea Spa Glow Natural Exfoliator, Pomegranate Cran- Apple All-Over Body Scrub, Pomegranate mask (made with fresh pomegranate seeds, oatmeal, buttermilk and pure honey), Hydra Medic Mattifying Moisturizer and Opti-Firm Eye Cream, all by Repêchage.

Steps in the service:
STEP 1: Esthetician analyzes the skin and performs a consultation.
STEP 2: Skin is cleansed.
STEP 3: Skin is exfoliated with Dead Sea Salts.
STEP 4: Skin is steamed to increase circulation and prepare for extractions, if needed.
STEP 5: Perform massage and apply Repêchage Pomegranate Cran-Apple All- Over Body Scrub to arms and shoulders.
STEP 6: Apply pomegranate mask for 15-20 minutes.
STEP 7: Skin is rinsed; then toner is applied followed by moisturizer and firming eye cream.

Services sold per month: six

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