Juliette Armand Skin Booster Treatment at Buff Day Spa: Review
|Marsha Abrahams, left, and Buff Day Spa|
Along with various treatment rooms and manicure/pedicure stations, there’s a sauna and relaxation room, and a compact changing room that’s well stocked with complimentary teas and water, spa sandals, robes and towels.
I was there to meet Marsha Abrahams – who co-founded the spa but has since moved on to work with the skincare brand, Juliette Armand – and to experience a Skin Boosters treatment.
Skin Boosters is a targeted skincare range, which includes both in-salon treatments and a range of homecare products. It’s been around for 11 years and positions itself as a non-invasive alternative to botox or plastic surgery. In reality, no topical treatment or cream will give you the same results as botox or surgery, but the products are impressive nonetheless, containing active ingredients that work to plump up and hydrate the skin.
I had the Thavma ‘Miracle’ therapy, which involves exfoliation to remove dead skin cells, followed by the application of two masks packed with peptides and hydrating ingredients. There’s a scalp massage too, which was gorgeous and, combined with the sounds of trickling water and soothing music, proved very soporific.
|Post facial glow!|