A medical facial is a results-oriented treatment that is customized by your aesthetician based on your specific skin needs and goals. Tailor-made to match your specific skin needs, medical facials typically follow the same step by step procedures of spa facials: cleansing, exfoliating, extracting, and moisturizing. The difference is medical facials can offer a more intense treatment for deeper penetration.
What is a Medical Facial?
Medical Grade Facials can include the following treatments, all of which can be used in combination with one another.
Exfoliates dead skin cells to lighten and brighten your skin. Can be particularly great for large pores and congested skin, leaving the skin soft and smooth instantly with minimal pain and downtime. Learn more about Microdermabrasion.
Exfoliate dead skin cells, leaving your skin smoother and brighter. A great alternative to waxing with minimal pain and downtime. And, unlike waxing, your hair shouldn’t grow back thicker or darker! Learn more about Dermaplane.
Great for reducing fine lines, stimulating collagen and elastin production, lightening brown spots (hyperpigmentation), and treating black heads, white heads, and acne. Minimal downtime with possible flaking a few days post-treatment. Learn more about Chemical Peels.
Medical Grade Peels
Increase blood flow to the dermis layer of your skin, delivering vitamins and nutrients to manufacture more collagen and elastin. Can be excellent for dull, dry, and dehydrated skin. These treatments include stronger concentrations and prescription-strength ingredients.
- Acne Pitting & Scars
- Fine Lines & Wrinkles
- Aging Skin
- Sun Damage
- Sagging Skin
- Rough & Scaly Skin
- Dull skin & Blotchiness
- Oily Skin
Stronger concentrations and prescription-strength ingredients, not available at “traditional spas,” can be used improve sun damage, discoloration, skin texture, breakouts and signs of aging. Considering all levels of the skin, various medical techniques can be blended to achieve maximum results.