At Beauté Library, Your Facial Comes with a Complimentary Aromatherapy Session
With such a French sounding name, it may come as a surprise to some that lifestyle and facial spa Beauté Library is a homegrown Malaysian brand.
With such a French sounding name, it may come as a surprise to some that lifestyle and facial spa Beauté Library is a homegrown Malaysian brand. Enterprising founders Emily Loo and Wilson Lee opened the spa in 2011 and have since grown the brand to seven locations. Beauté Library’s own range of products are formulated for Asian skin using products imported from France, and are said to be suitable for all skin types.
Their signature facial, the Beauté Floral Essential Collagen Facial Treatment is a two and a half hour pampering session with a nice twist — pleasant changes in aromatics at every stage of the facial. The double cleanse starts with a milk cleanse with rose fragrance, which comes before a refreshing floral wash. A tingly pineapple scrub follows to gently exfoliate your skin and remove signs of blackheads and acne. After the cold steam and massage treatment, the aromatherapy accompanying your facial concludes with the refreshing smell of mint, and finally an oat mask applied over a first layer of mask, with the aim of leaving your skin refreshed with essential moisture and nutrients. Beauticians will also thoughtfully ask if you would like your eyebrows trimmed or reshaped, as part of the session.
But of course, with every brand new facial experience, there is a risk of new products not being suitable for one’s skin, no matter how good the quality of the product might be. It’s basic but sage advice, that one should always know their own skin’s tolerance before trying anything new.
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