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Two new facials are hitting the market this Spring and they both sound pretty spectacular. Different in their own respects and both achieving astonishing results, we decided to take a look at the details for a comparison.
First, there's the Koh Gen Do Macro Facial. Koh Gen Do is a Japanese skincare brand that rejuvenates the skin by using specific hand techniques to drain and calm the skin to health. Skin can't be lifted if the muscles aren't flexible, therefore, by applying the right amount of pressure using specific hand motions and Koh Gen Do products, the face will release tension resulting in hydrated, beautiful, younger looking skin. It's only available at Barneys New York and is complimentary with a purchase of $60 and only for this weekend.
The second is the Equinox Blueberry Regenerating Facial, which starts its run at the fitness club next week. This 50-minute service will help tone the skin and prevent wrinkles and intensely hydrate the skin through the infusion of essential antioxidants. By this infusion, the facial emollients neutralize free radicals and reduce the appearance of inflammation and redness. It's good for all skin types especially dry skin and environmentally damaged skin. It's only available at the Gold Coast and Lincoln Park Equinox Spa locations and will run you a cool $200.