The Miraj Hammam Spa Introduces an Oxygen Facial

Starting October 13, the spa at the Shangri-La Hotel in Toronto will offer a rejuvenating treatment perfect for travellers.

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Travelling does not nice things to your skin. A long flight can leave your skin dehydrated and dull. Not exactly the look you were probably going for. There are things you can do en-route (like using cucumber slices or an under-eye mask), but if you have a major event or special occasion during your trip a spa facial is the perfect remedy.

An rejuvenating facial you’ll want to consider next time you’re in Toronto (great even if you didn’t have to take a red eye) is the Miraj Hamman Spa’s new Oxygen Facial available starting October 13, 2014.

If you’ve never had an oxygen facial before you’ll love how plump and refreshed your skin looks after. How it works is a fine mist of pure oxygen is applied to your skin through an ampoule, adding moisture instantly to the epidermis. The idea behind the oxygen facial is that oxygen plays a vital role in the development of healthy skin cells and because of free radical damage (like pollution, smoke, the sun and other factors) we’re exposed to daily, oxygen isn’t delivered as effectively to skin cells.

Kate Middleton reportedly did an oxygen facial before her wedding and we all know how radiant she looked on that day! What’s great is an oxygen facial is suitable for all skin types and ages, so everyone can really enjoy its effects. Another bonus of getting an oxygen facials? It increases cell turnover, lift skins’ vitality and radiance, boosts collagen and elastin, and reduces acneic breakouts.

Found inside the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel in downtown Toronto, the Miraj Hamman Spa by Caudalie is one of our favourite spas in the city.

Book now at mirajcaudaliespa.com.

[This post has been sponsored.]