Peel-off in style 

The peel-off facial, a new addition to the skin-care regimen at Truefitt & Hill, is worth a try.

Published: 28th February 2017 05:21 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th February 2017 05:21 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: It doesn’t hurt for men to have a bit of ‘me’ time at the salon every now and then.

While most men don’t often pay too much attention to how they look (unless their profession demands it), the cut-throat corporate world has made it almost mandatory for men to be well-groomed. And while experimenting with hairstyles and facial hair is all too common, men can now also opt for a peel-off facial, a new addition to the skin-care regimen at Truefitt & Hill, luxury men’s  salon at Banjara Hills.

In this service, your hair-dresser first massages your face, helping the muscles loosen up and ensure you are relaxed and at ease. Then they apply pink liquid all over your face and shape it accordingly. You will feel a cold trickle over your face as the gooey liquid is poured all over it. The liquid then hardens and takes the shape of a mask as it caresses your face. The mask is then made to rest for about five to ten minutes, before it’s slowly peeled off -- leaving you fresh, light and rejuvenated. 

This treatment suits all skin types - normal, dry, oily, combination and mature. The peel-off mask contains plant extracts known for its whitening actions and pure vitamin C which protects the epidermis against free radical scavengers.

The active ingredients in the peel-off mask plays a key role in it and act as anti-radical and also prevents the synthesis of melanin which are responsible for the appearance of dark spots on the skin. 

So if you’re looking to relax with a facial, opt for the peel-off service, which will leave you deeply hydrated, nourished and relaxed, keeping your skin bright and smooth. 
To make an appointment, call: 8885302199

Price: Rs 1,500


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