From redness to dry skin, many people struggle to keep their skin looking and feeling great. The good news is that professional facials can help to improve your skin. But finding the right facial that works for you and your skin type can be a challenging endeavour. To help, here are six types of facials and what they can do for your skin.
Chemical peels: Chemical peels are a type of facial used to improve the look of your skin on your hands, neck, or face. A chemical solution is carefully applied to the skin. The old skin then exfoliates and peels away, leaving behind a regenerated and smoother layer.
Microdermabrasion: Microdermabrasion’s are organic exfoliation facials that remove the outer layer of dry dead skin cells and leave behind healthier, younger skin.
Dermaplaning: Dermaplaning is another type of exfoliation that carefully scrapes away the top layer of dulling dead skin cells. Not only does dermaplaning leave behind a brighter, smoother complexion but it also allows for skin care products to better penetrate the skin.
Ageless facials: Ageless treatments are not only for those who want their skin to have a more youthful glow. Ageless treatments boost collagen in the skin, which is great for those who have aging skin, those with dry skin, or both. The boost of collagen helps to hydrate the face and refresh your skin, leaving you looking refreshed and youthful.
Acne facials: These skin care treatments are specially developed for those who suffer from constant breakouts and blackheads. Acne treatments leave the skin clean, healthy, and clear. However, it should be noted that extractions are a separate treatment.
Signature facials: Signature treatments are beneficial for all skin types, including those who have sensitive skin. The process includes cleansing, gentle exfoliation, massage, mask, and re-hydration. Signature treatments leave your skin feeling refreshed and smooth with a healthy, youthful glow.
There you have it, a simple guide to getting a facial to suit your skincare needs!
Written by Chante Smith