OxyGeneo Facial

Which Type of Facial is Going to Help You Feel Your Best?

There are so many decisions to make in regards to skincare, it can be overwhelming. While there are numerous types of facials available, they can all be placed into one of two categories: corrective or preventive. Preventive facials maintain the health and appearance of your skin while corrective facials help with existing problems like acne, fine lines, and pigmentation. The facial that is right for you depends on several factors including your skin type. Therefore, it is important that you meet with a professional aesthetician as you find here at Beauty & Body by Mia, who will put together a treatment plan that will address your issues and keep your skin healthy.

Cleansing Facials

The most common type of facial is the basic or deep cleansing facial. This type of facial removes impurities like sweat, dirt, product build-up, and dead skin cells that have accumulated on the face over time. When these substances are removed from the skin’s pores, they can clog them causing further problems including breakouts and blackheads. The basic facial helps prevent future issues by clearing out toxins that can harm healthy cell function resulting in acne outbreaks or fine lines.

Topical serums or treatments can be used during a facial to target specific concerns. Some serums reduce the appearance of fine lines, deep wrinkles, and pigmentation while others target signs of aging such as loose skin and sagging. Serums are infused into the skin via a machine that delivers controlled amounts of specific ingredients for deeper penetration in order to deliver maximum benefits in a short amount of time. Whether you have acne, dryness, or anything in between, your aesthetician will select a serum based on your skincare needs before cleansing your skin to prepare it for treatment.

Chemical Peels

When it comes to corrective facials, chemical peels provide an excellent way to improve the look and feel of aging and sun-damaged skin by removing the outermost layer of dead cells. Most chemical peels are used on the face, but can also be used on other areas like hands and chest.

Want to find out which is going to help rejuvenate your skin best? Then reach out to the experienced professionals here at Beauty & Body by Mia. We are here to help!

Mia Valleskey

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