Hints & Tips for Perfect Skin…


Here at Park House Hotel and Spa, we use only the finest spa products for our guests. We’ve recently chosen two new fabulous products, Voya and Kerstin Florian which are used in all our spa treatments and Sussex spa experience days.

To help you with your skin care routine, Kerstin Florian have provided you with some top skin care hints and tips…

Essentials skincare is a complete facial system designed to make a distinctive difference in your skins well-being and appearance. Skin looks firmer, smoother and more hydrated. Signs of aging are softened. Skin glows.

This 4 step daily regimen provides a simple way to begin and end each day with products that nourish and protect the skin.

  • CLEANSE/TONE – Cleansing removes impurities, surface debris and make-up, while maintaining the skins natural pH balance. Toning removes all traces of cleanser and debris, completing the cleansing process. This step imparts the benefits of each specific formulation to refresh, stimulate or calm, as necessary.

  • SPECIALIST – Refine your natural beauty with wild-crafted organise mud, Algae and botanical essences. These specialized exfoliators and masques can be used 1-2 times per week to reveal the glow of deeply cleansed, purified, healthy skin.

  • TREAT – Formulated in higher concentrations, these third-step products are intensive treatments recommended to address specific skin conditions. These focused formulas can visibly and quickly treat targeted skin concerns to normalize skin and return it to its youthful, vibrant state.

  • MOISTURISE – It is essential to actively hydrate the skin on a daily basis while shielding it from environmental elements. Used morning and night, this final moisturizing step helps keep the skin on the face, neck and décolleté looking healthy and young.

For the best spa treatments in West Sussex with top products, visit our website and book yourself a spa day in Sussex today!

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