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A Blissful Treatment

KAREN FROM @CLUMSYCHIC GAVE BLISS SPA’S LATEST FACIAL TREATMENT A GO; PLUS FIND OUT WHAT’S HER VERDICT ON HER JOURNEY OF PURE WELLNESS.


PAMPERING TREATMENT

IDDNA FACIAL TREATMENT

The lowdown
The treatment starts by cleansing the face followed by a light glycolic peel that gently removes damaged skin, reduces fine lines and improves the skin’s overall texture. The peel is applied followed by a slight sting and tingling sensation, which indicates the peel is activating through the deep layers of the skin. Later, a preextraction mask is applied, which opens up the pores, and for the grand final the aesthetician extracts any blackheads and blemishes, preparing the skin to receive nourishment and healing from the infrared technology.

What else is in this treatment?

The highlight of the treatment is the Hannibal Lecter like LED infrared mask that deeply nourishes the skin and penetrates collagen that helps with the skin’s elasticity. The mask has two LED lights that are personalized to the skin’s condition and needs. The blue light is for oily congested skin and the red light is suitable for dry and hypersensitive skin. The high-tech mask is placed on the face for 20 minutes. No buzzing sound, no tingling sensation, just deep relaxation. The skin is then prepped and polished off with moisturizer and eye mask.

You’ve got to know this about Bliss Spa

W Doha’s Bliss Spa is known for being an unconventional spa, taking a modern spin of providing clients a fun, ‘no-attitude’ atmosphere. The spa took the beauty game a step further, giving new meaning to customized facial treatments, so personalized that it goes beyond the person’s DNA to determine their biological and physical needs.

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My verdict

IDDNA’s high-tech treatment facial is the answer to personalized skincare, tackling any skin concern, and promotes overall luminosity and elasticity of the skin.

 

FIND IT: Bliss Spa is located at W Doha Hotel & Residences, West Bay. Open daily from 9am to 11pm. Call: 4453 5555.

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