IDD Skin Sense offers a whole new facial experience with Lovisa

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Nothing feels quite as good as taking a spa day to spoil yourself and refresh your body. When it comes to skincare, a facial is just the thing you need to feel rejuvenated and fresh. And at IDD Skin Sense in Port Elizabeth, facials are their specialty.

IDD Skin Sense offers a variety of treatments, from waxing, brow reshaping, facials, skin peels, cool skin peels, hydration, lash tinting, massages, manicures and pedicures. Having been an exclusive user of the Environ range of skincare products, Ingrid Davey, owner of Skin Sense, has recently started using a new local skincare product called Lovisa as a second range.

When I was offered the chance to try out the new Lovisa facial, I jumped at the opportunity. Ingrid’s bubbly personality and inviting nature made me feel very welcome when I arrived for my facial.

Ingrid, who has 39 years’ experience in the beauty industry, explained the introduction of the Lovisa range, and that all their products are locally made and completely organic. The packaging is also made from completely recyclable materials – true being beautiful should never cost us the environment.

The new Lovisa facial is a great addition to IDD Skin Sense

IDD Skin Sense Lovisa

After I changed into my robe, Ingrid started my facial. She asked me questions about the kinds of skincare products I use and any kind of allergy or skin conditions I might have.

After my skin was analysed, Ingrid knew which products she would need to use for my skin type. She started off with nourishing oil treatment, followed by eye make-up remover.

As a special treat Ingrid showed me the Lovisa Dermaplaner, an item, which has a micro-blade that is used to help with the removal of blackheads and peach fuzz on the face. Intrigued, I gave the device a try and was pleasantly surprised by the results.

She then used a cleanser and serum to help hydrate my skin. After a wonderful facial massage, she applied the Lovisa hand lotion to my hands as an added bonus – my hands have never felt softer!

I left IDD Skin Sense feeling totally refreshed and ready for anything. The Lovisa range is not only new and interesting; it is available at reasonable prices! I will definitely be returning for some of their products.

To make a booking at IDD Skin Sense and try out the new Lovisa range, call them on 041 583 3484 or emailingrid@ingriddavey.co.za. Visit their websites and facebook page atwww.iddskinsense.co.za

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Specials on offer:

Purchase any two LOVISA products (one of which must be a serum) and you qualify for a FREE “LOVISA facial”  For the month of March

Purchase your Environ products in the month of March over R400 and stand a chance to WIN our incredible REVIVAL MASQUE “Facelift in a Jar” Valued at R1020

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