Everything You Need for the Most Sublime At-Home Facial
The world may be at a standstill, but somehow, it’s possible to have the latest, hailed-as-the-second-coming face serum from the Swiss Alps delivered straight to your door. Still, no matter how much access we have to any sought-after beauty product or tutorial we must decipher quality from quantity—especially now.
A luminary in the skincare world, celebrity aesthetician Georgia Louise has built one of the most respected careers based on her aptitude for consistently finding and fostering the most cutting-edge skin formulations, techniques and gadgets. In addition to having a stellar Hollywood and fashion following (Cate Blanchett, Emily Blunt, Emma Stone, Gwyneth Paltrow, Linda Evangelista, Karlie Kloss, Behati Prinsloo, the list goes on), the famed skin expert, famous for her “lift sculpt technique” facials, consistently rolls out skin advice that is not only practical but effective for her loyal clients.
We consulted with the skin authority for her seasoned tips to achieve the most optimal in-home facial. Here's her breakdown on the worthiest facial massages techniques, products and skin tools. inish with some Gua Sha by using my Lift + Sculpt Butterfly Stone or a rose quartz roller. At night, work on lymphatic drainage to help remove all the daily fluid build-up, dead and damaged skin cells and toxins away from the skin. Start at the clavicle and pump on each point 10 times, working up the face. I love to mix my serums at night; I start with water-based serums including BR colostrum and BR placenta. Next, I massage my sleeping beauty oil into my skin.