Get ready to flaunt your tush with a FANNY FACIAL

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The latest beauty craze to sweep the US is butt facials. Yep, you heard me right. Butt facials are the latest way spas are looking to earn money. Spa owners are claiming that a butt facial offers a great looking pair of buns after a relaxing facial down there. So, what does a butt facial involve and is it really worth it?
If you’ve ever had a facial facial then you’ll pretty much know what to expect. Cleansing, exfoliating, maybe some microdermabrasion or a chemical peel along with an appropriate mask and massaging in of nutrients. Some places offer a spray tan for a totally new you.
The entire facial lasts for about an hour and range in price from $65 to a whopping $650 in the Beverly Hills area. image

If you’re spa doesn’t offer a butt facial, or if you’re like most of us and the price tag makes you cringe, why not consider an at-home butt facial instead?

· To Begin, Have your partner wash your bottom with a warm washcloth.
· Next, cleanse the area with a facial cleanser that is suitable for your skin type.
· Rinse the cleanser from your skin and dry the area with a soft cloth.
· Have your partner apply an exfoliating facial cleanser that is suitable for your skin type to the area and rub vigorously to remove dead skin cells.
· Rinse the exfoliating cleanser with warm water and pat skin dry with a soft cloth.
· Apply a facial mask meant for your skin type and leave on for the allotted time provided by the manufacturer’s instructions.
· Have your partner rinse the mask thoroughly from your bottom and pat skin dry.
· Your partner can then apply a moisturizer to your bottom or for a real treat, have him or her apply massage oil and give you a relaxing massage to finish the butt facial.

Now, exchange places with your partner and repeat the above steps.

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In the Dallas area check out Spa D’Luna for butt facials starting at $120.
http://spadluna.com

Cheers!
Shelly

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