How Often Should You Have Medical Grade Facials?

How Often Should You Have Medical Grade Facials?

Medical grade facials are performed by licensed professionals. These facials include elements of traditional spa facials along with medical grade products and non-invasive dermatological procedures. The results are healthier, younger-looking skin.

Medical facials are highly effective, fast, and designed to address several types of skin care concerns.

Medical Grade Facials

Medical grade facials are designed according to your skincare needs. These facials can include one or a combination of the following treatments:

  • Dermaplane
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Medical grade peels
  • Chemical peels

The Benefits

Compared to spa facials, medical grade facials are sought-after for their impressive benefits.

Medical facials are different for each person. Your facial is designed according to your unique skin needs. Whether you want to address aging skin or adult acne, a treatment plan is customized to care for your skin type, texture, and tone.

Getting a Medical Facial

The first step to youthful-looking and healthier skin is to book a medical facial every 4 to 6 weeks.

Immediately after a facial, your skin will radiate with rejuvenation. Within 48 – 72 hours, you’ll notice that your skin is better hydrated and generally looks healthier. That’s because a medical grade facial improves circulation.

Within 28 – 48 days after your medical facial, cells regenerate, and you’ll notice the benefits of your medical facial.

You can return to your daily routine straight after your facial. However, you’ll need to avoid excessive sun exposure and tanning beds for a day or two.

To maximize and prolong the results of your facials, we are happy to recommend skin care products for your beauty regimen.

Scheduling medical facials every 4 to 6 weeks will help you maintain youthful and fresh-looking skin.

What Conditions Can Medical Facials Treat?

Medical facials can address a list of skin conditions and problems, such as:

  • Dry skin
  • Acne-prone skin
  • Loose skin
  • Greasy and oily skin
  • Gray-toned skin
  • Excessive wrinkles
  • Rosacea

Treat yourself to regular medical grade facials so you always feel and look fresh and radiant!

Schedule a consultation online or call us at 215-503-FACE.

 

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