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TOP TEN SKIN-SOFTENING MOISTURISING FACIALS

Nikki Bayley

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As the cold and wet weather descends, our skin is under pressure from the environment. Going from the dehydrating centrally-heated indoors to bitterly-cold skin-chapping outdoors can take a toll. So change up your spa routine to include a moisturising facial and fight back against the damaging effects of the new season. Here's ten of my favourites.
Ocean Breeze Spa

Darphin at Ocean Breeze You'll be in the hands of the real experts at the Ocean Breeze spa in Cornwall, as they recently received a "Spa of Excellence" award from Darphin for their performance. Dry skins will bloom again after a Kiwi and Pomegranate hydrating Darphin facial which promises to deliver "deep drench and soothing quench for moisture-depleted skin." We're not sure if having a facial counts as two of your five a day, but it sounds like a good way to try!

Moor Hall Hotel & Spa

A country house hotel set in spacious parkland that's easily to reach from the city? That sounds perfect! Just a few minutes by train from Birmingham, this Sutton Coldfield Best Western Premier hotel is just the place to indulge in an organic "Terre & Mer" facial from Thalgo, a French spa brand who use marine extract products to deliver impressive results. Along with active algae the "Terre & Mer" (earth and sea) line also include ingredients like orange blossom and organic almonds to leave you with silky-smooth, naturally radiant and nourished skin.

The Runnymede on Thames

ESPA at The Spa Runnymede-on-thames Breathe deep in the eucalyptus steam room at the Runnymede-on-Thames Spa and, relax! It's time to focus on you. Try an ESPA Super Active Radiance and Hydration facial, specially created to help combat signs of environmental damage on your skin. Gentle exfoliation combined with soothing, hydrating masques and serums will leave your skin feeling refreshed and revitalised and looking soft and nourished.

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