Stravinsky knew it. Gershwin lived it. Even Coldplay probably believes it.
Sound is one of our most crucial senses. Much of human success depends on how we interpret and creatively use it.
One of the most creative ways we’ve stumbled on lately: using sound to get a great facial. Yes, really. And that’s precisely what Beauty Therapies’ Ultraderm does. The one-hour treatment starts by using ultrasound waves to unclog pores (so much gentler than extractions). The waves, it seems, have the ability to interact with distilled water on your face and produce a harmless, controlled exfoliation. Unlike microdermabrasion and chemical peels, this procedure works on all skin types and colors, and doesn’t leave your face red for the rest of the day.
The waves also help your skin absorb what comes next — a dose of antioxidants that are blissfully massaged in. And then comes the ultimate chaser: a soothing, moisture-inducing French clay mask.
It may not be a symphony for the ages, but the results could easily be considered a work of art.
Sounds good to us.
Beauty Therapies, One Brookline Place, Suite 302, Brookline Village (617-739-8888 or beautytherapies.com).