Clinical Facials Therapy
Clinical Facials are topical skin treatments that can treat any area of the body, including the face, chest or back. They are commonly used to remedy lackluster skin, uneven skin tone, aging skin, acne, hyperpigmentation, and dark spots.
Clinical facials clean out pores and exfoliate and remove bacteria, dirt, and dead skin cells. A gentle facial massage or microdermabrasion may be used in conjunction with masks, anti-oxidant serums, hydrating products, light peels, and more.
In addition to feeling great, clinical facials also have many medical benefits. For example, getting into the routine of clinical facial treatments will assist with anti-aging as well as reduce the chances of developing acne, cystic acne, and uneven skin tone.
Clinical facials are also great for increasing the blood circulation in your face. This will help your body naturally increase new cell production, helping you look younger for longer.
The general recommendation is for a facial every three to four weeks, which is the length of the average skin cell cycle. Facials help this process and assure your skin always glows.
Clinical Facials FAQ's
A facial is designed to cleanse, exfoliate and nourish skin to promote clear, well-hydrated skin.
With many tools, products, and methods available, a facial can be customized to meet anyone's needs. Whether you want to rejuvenate aging skin, repair damage, or heal acne or eczema, a facial may be able to provide the solution you're looking for. Anyone with a skin concern that they would like to treat and correct quickly and effectively without surgery should consider a clinical facial.
A clinical facial should always begin with a consultation with one of our licensed medical aestheticians. They will evaluate your skin concerns and develop a custom skincare program. Then, the medical aesthetician will cleanse, steam, and exfoliate your skin just like a typical spa facial while incorporating additional medical-grade treatments chosen for your skin's specific needs.