The 5 Best Facials You Can Get in Dallas for Glowing Skin in 2017
We wish there were an easy way to get radiant, glowing skin. Oh, wait there is. It’s called pampering yourself with a facial. So whether you’re worried about dryness, aging or anything in between, here are our favorite facials offered around Dallas depending on your area of concern.
Dehydrated? Try Park Cities Skin Care’s HydraFacial
There’s something so satisfying about a treatment where you literally feel (and hear) impurities being lifted from your skin. The amazing dermaplaning that goes on before the treatment is also life changing for those in search of that baby’s-butt-soft complexion.
8100 Lomo Alto Dr. #201; 214-559-0406 or parkcitiesskincare.com
Unbalanced? Try Joanna Czech’s Customized Facial
This famed facialist believes in rebuilding the skin instead of breaking it down. She checks out your skin before using a variety of tools (think LED therapy, micro currents, hyaluronic patches and the like) to leave your skin looking and feeling dewy and refreshed.
Price: Starts at $350
2410 Victory Park Lane; 214-812-9488 or joannaczech.com
All Natural? Try The Joule Spa’s Tata Harper Signature Facial
Those with an affinity for natural skin care are bound to be familiar with Tata. Her signature treatment features a customizable mask, a skin analysis and a face massage that brings out your skin’s inner glow.
Price: Starting at $195
1530 Main St.; 214-748-1300 or thejouledallas.com
Aging? Try the Four Seasons Resort & Club’s Rejuvenate Oxygen Infusion Facial
Everyone is searching for the fountain of youth, and in Dallas it just might be at the Four Seasons. People are raving about the anti-aging effects of this noninvasive treatment that promises a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles while providing a visible lift. Even the most sensitive of skin types can handle the cool, calming sensations that this facial delivers.
4150 N. MacArthur Blvd.; 972-717-0700 or fourseasons.com
Stressed Out? Try Hiatus’s January Soifua Retreat
This signature treatment, which means “may you live” in Samoan, is all about tranquility and peace. A full-body mask, combining the sedative properties of the kava kava root with frankincense, sandalwood and gingerroot, is followed by a hypnotic massage. Because why limit a facial to your face?
5560 W. Lovers Lane, #250; 214-352-4111 or hiatusspa.com