Medical Grade Facials

Regardless of gender or age, healthy, vibrant skin begins with good skin care. Facials should not be viewed as a vacation or holiday indulgence but should be seen as an essential component of your overall skin care regimen.

Medical-grade facials are often recommended to aid in the treatment of rosacea, to help clear clogged pores and improve skin congestion associated with acne, to rehydrate dehydrated skin, to calm sensitized skin, and to help accelerate skin-cell renewal by removing dead skin cells. After your medical-grade facial, your skin should feel exfoliated, smooth, and refreshed.

Facials may help reduce the impact of sun exposure, smoking, and other environmental factors as well as incorrect product use.

During your medical-grade facial, your licensed Aesthetician, will discuss your home-care routine and recommend appropriate skin care products to help you reach your skincare goals. Getting a facial is an absolutely enjoyable skin treatment that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and excited to continue caring for your skin at home, confident in the products and regimen designed to work for you by your Aesthetician. You may be asking yourself, how often should I receive a facial? You will certainly reap the benefits of a facial during the change of seasons. At a minimum, you should book a facial treatment four times per year, as the seasons change, or as necessary should you become concerned regarding skin appearance or behavior.

Regular medical-grade facials are the key to clear and radiant skin throughout the year.

Facials may include but are not limited to the following medical grade procedures: facial cleansing, skincare analysis, application of toner, facial exfoliation (either chemical exfoliation or physical exfoliation), extractions (clogged pores and/or milia extractions), masque application, facial massage and lastly, protective product application.

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