Victoria Beckham Is Making Us Buy This £119 Skincare Gadget

In case you’re wondering what the hell a steamer is when it’s at home, let’s backtrack a bit. Facial steaming is often used in professional facials to open up the pores on your skin to boost circulation and improve brightness but also to open up the pores for deep cleansing and extractions. You might have even tried this yourself at home with the old towel over a bowl of hot water trick.

In Sarah Chapman’s Skinesis Clinic, professional facial steamers that emit microscopic steam particles are used to unclog pores, deeply cleanse the skin and leave your complexion with a natural glow. Even better, it can help make the products that you apply afterwards absorb more effectively.

Published at Wed, 27 Mar 2019 10:14:19 +0000