So, it was Dermalogica. It was nice). The therapist asked about my skin concerns and what products i am currently using. My skin concerns are (as you all probably aware): constant breakouts and not actually having a professionally prescribed regime (must admit). The therapist spent a long time looking at my skin - had to examine it before offering a facial for my skin type. The problem was obvious, of course)
The whole thing lasted smth like 45 min and I almost fell asleep. What's very interesting is that Dermalogica has so-called face mapping tool'. Dermalogica based their skin care recommendations on various 'zones'. Each area of the face is a 'zone' and it's not really necessary to apply all the products on a whole face. She then offered for me to try the products on my face as she devised my prescription. I was keen on giving a try to several of those:
1) ultra calming cleanser
2) dynamic skin recovery with SPF30 (let's not forget, it's summer)
3) sebum clearing masque
4) one nice thing, I appreciated - special clearing booster to apply locally on spots before going to sleep.
I found the treatment nice and pleasant. Will keep in contact with the beautician. Now going to follow the recommendations. Next treatment is on Sunday.