QMS Neo tissuedermie facial (R1150 for 75 minutes). I've heard so many great things about QMS products and facials so I was VERY excited to see what all the fuss is about. The facial's key focus in on exfoliation. After a thorough double clease, an AHA enzyme fluid is applied to your skin (this is a very active product and you can feel tingling as soon as it is applied). The enzymes help breakdown the intercellular bonds to encourage the dead skin cells to come loose. After this an algae mask is applied and this is where the facial got really strange - because I didn't really know what to expect - but I still loved it. The algea mask is really thick and feels gel-like on your skin. It is cools the skin down (after the enzymes have heated things up), locks in moisture and also helps to desensitise the skin (so you don't leave the spa with a glowing red face). The part that was strange about this, is that the thick gel is applied over your eyes and mouth (the therapist does confirm with you if you want it kept open so if the thought of being completely covered and only having your nostrils open doesn't appeal to you, you can most definitely say no). The mask is left to dry (during which you get a hand and arm massage) and then gently peeled off your face once it has set. It left my skin feeling so refreshed.
The thing that really made this a standout facial for me was that I left the room with skin that was not reactive, not blotchy and looked healthy. I couldn't believe how radiant my skin looked. I checked my face throughout the day and the effects were still there and my skin looked good for days to come. I is the perfect facial to kick start a skin overhaul in my opinion, it gets rid of excess dead skin, puts in good foundations (all the collagen and hydration) and then allows you to take over. Obviously, this is the type of facial you should definitely have regularly, but I am aware that the cost is not very affordable - but you are paying for the amazing ingredients within these products - you are paying for results.
I tried my hand at filming while I was there - I am by no means a vlogger, but it gives you an idea of the spa in a short video.
Disclaimer: I was invited to visit Aquila Safari Private Game Reserve and did not have to pay for my stay nor for my treatments at the Spa. Although the trip was paid for, the views and opinions shared in this post are my honest thoughts.
|The spa at night|