Before Basel, I needed to look perfectly flawless, so I went into Miami’s newest fashion district (the Design District) to Browne’s to achieve my goal. Mission was accomplished. One thing is for sure, I take care of my skin, with monthly facials, and I believe in trying new talent and great products, plus a great deep cleaning extractions experience. After hearing all about an incredible facial at Browne’s (which is not only located off of Lincoln Road, but has its second location in the District) I decided to book an appointment with Carolina Merayo, facial expert extraordinaire. I chose the SkinCeuticals Deep Cleansing Facial, that involved cleansing the skin with gentle cleanser, followed with deep cleansing exfoliating treatment (manual microdermabrasion like) and a 10 minute steam, including a purely relaxing neck shoulders and arm massage with an aromatherapy dry oil. The Facial was finished with a medical grade vitamin-C mask, a hydrating B5 gel and sunblock of course, to protect me from the hot rays of the 305!
Another option that is possible with this SkinCeuticals Facial was the 30% glycolic peel, but as it was a very social week, I decided to avoid the ‘peeling’ look. Browne’s also offers a Caudalie Facial so for clients that prefer a non-medical facial. As a side note, Browne’s has an incredible selection of products for sale including Molton Brown, T. Leclerc and Bumble & Bumble.
Browne’s has moved a few times, so here is their address incase you need it when booking:
Brownes & Co.
32 N.E. 39 Street, Design District