After introducing an affordable stem cell-based product line, Flawless, one of the country's leading face and body clinics, offers their most advanced facial treatment yet, the Cell Booster Infusion Mask. The hydrogel mask has a concentrated cocktail of cell-activating nutrients that enhances skin elasticity and minimizes pores, fine lines, and wrinkles. Hearing about its beautifying abilities can certain make anyone giddy; I personally knew I had to check it out, since a detoxifying and rejuvenating facial was most welcome after covering Philippine Fashion Week.
My face was first cleansed with a foaming wash then was treated to relaxing massage to stimulate blood circulation. It was then followed by what I believe was a crystal peel: A hand-held device scrubbed away dead skin cells; afterwards, a small vacuum sucked away deep-seated dirt. Then, the aesthetician placed a steamer above my face for a good 8-10 minutes to open up pores, and halfway through, my hands were wrapped in hot compress and treated to a brief massage.
Now comes the detoxifying part: extraction. I must warn you that extractions are always painful, but when you're used to it, your tolerance gets better. All that unwanted gunk clogging my pores was removed; I had to hold on to my blanket during the whole process!
After the pain comes the rewards: The Cell Booster Mask was finally placed on top of my skin. It felt soothing and cool, and rested on my skin for about 15-20 minutes. The aesthetician removed the mask and massaged the remaining essence on my skin.
As I went out of the clinic, I was hyperaware of how I looked like after going through the extractions. Surprisingly, not only did my face not have the red spots I expected, it was smooth and glowing too. I felt like a new person. Ready for Fashion Week's next season!
Flawless Cell Booster Infusion Mask, P1400 per session, at Flawless branches