Is a Medical Facial Right For You?
All Hallows Eve may be over, but Halloween is not the only reason to put on a mask this coming cold season. A facial not only rejuvenates your skin from the long summer's sun, but it can also be a therapy treatment for problem skin.
You've probably heard it before...the benefits of a spa facial include cleansing, exfoliation, steaming, extractions, mask, and moisturizer all with the added bonus of therapeutic massage. But medical facials are designed from a medical perspective to target skin conditions, which are important for you to correct and heal, such as fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, acne, pigmented lesions, rosacea, or vascular lesions.
The use of Intense Pulse Light (IPL), a non-surgical aesthetic option, offers highly effective technology that releases precision-controlled, high-intensity pulses of filtered light. You'll see immediate results, however, some treatment plans may require several sessions to receive full benefits.
Photo rejuvenation facials reduce lines and wrinkles, sun damage, hyper-pigmentation, broken capillaries, and rosacea of the face. It also stimulates new collagen and tightens pores to improve your skin's elasticity and texture.
Acne Photo Facial
This medical facial is a safe and effective fast acting treatment to reduce mild to moderate acne. The treatment destroys bacteria present in acne skin while inhibiting future breakouts. Plus, it coagulates scar tissue, refines pores, and improves skin healing and texture.
Sun Spot Treatment
Many people suffer from excessive skin redness caused by dilated blood vessels on the face, neck, and chest. IPL technology can destroy the vascular lesions, revealing clearer, more attractive skin.
If you're unsure if a medical facial is right for you, talk to a certified IPL technician to see if IPL can treat your problem skin. An esthetic technician can discuss your concerns, provide you with options, and then perform a treatment tailored to help correct and rebuild healthy skin.