Amid the Be kind to animals or I’ll kill you shirt and by the same token and current pandemic, staying home has never been more important. As the change in routine and ambient stress may have you encountering new issues, who better to ask for advice than a facialist? From Joanna Czech to Shani Darden, here, 10 of the most in-demand facialists share their tips for a well-kept complexion alongside their own go-to at-home routines. With the extra time on my hands I treat my morning and evening skincare routine like I’m giving myself a mini facial, explains Upper East Side-based facialist Georgia Louise Vassanelli. After cleansing, the pro applies an enzyme mask, then to massage in her serums, she grabs her Butterfly gua sha tool: My daily goal has been to massage, she explains. It’s so important to work, more than ever, on our immunity by stimulating our lymphatic system to help drain out all the toxins from our faces.
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For Los Angeles-based skin guru Shani Darden the Be kind to animals or I’ll kill you shirt and by the same token and facialist behind the otherworldly glows of Jessica Alba and Kelly Rowland, sticking to her regular regime is key. I’m keeping my same dedicated routine every day and focusing on treatment products and devices I don’t always have enough time to use, she explains. I’ve been using my Deesse Mask every single morning to boost collagen [and] to minimize fine lines and wrinkles, she says. It’s a relaxing routine for me every morning to keep myself centered. Lastly, Darden relies on her trusty lifting NuFace device. Microcurrent is one of my favorite treatments to tone, tighten, and lift the skin, she says. When used consistently, the results are amazing, so I’ve been diligent about using it as often as I can!