If you haven’t used Creme de la Mer, you have definitely heard about it. The luxury beauty brand which every Hollywood star seems to swear by. My mom is a huge fan of their skincare range, and have a close friend who lives for their concealer yet I never their products till quite recently. I headed over to Bloomingdales Dubai for a facial by Creme de la Mer (who knew behind La Mer counters, they had full fledged beauty rooms?) The room was perfection – not too tight, the sound of waves in the background with a moving picture of the ocean on a plasma screen… The atmosphere was relaxing as soon as I stepped foot into the room.
The facial was just as relaxing – Hana, my therapist worked on hydrating, exfoliating and soothing my skin but everything was done in a relaxed way rather than a rigorous one. The treatment started off with cleaning the skin – removing impurities, as well as renewing, hydrating and rebalancing my complexion. Followed on by Hana using the regenerating serum, which works on the appearance of pores and fine lines in order to result with a smooth look and texture (which I definitely felt as soon as I touched my skin post facial.) The best part would have to be the Eye section… Hana used the Eye Balm intense, which is not as heavy as the Eye Concentrate, and is usually used on younger skin and is great for puffy eyes! Hana worked the balm with the silver-tipped applicator which was super soothing around the eye area.
My facial ended with an application of the prominent, Creme de la Mer (which is ultra rich and the legendary product of the brand), topped off with an SPF 30 to protect my skin for the rest of the day. Hana finished me off with a short massage on the arms, hands and shoulders as well as a tint of their fab minty lipbalm!
I received a few samples post treatment to maintain my skin for the next few days. My skin felt so hydrated post treatment and had that radiant glow – not to mention, a great stress-buster for the week!
To book your Creme de La Mer facial, do drop by at any of the counters to book yourself in (they have counters at Bloomingdales, Harvey Nichols and Paris Gallery.)