22 Apr What Does a Facial Do?
What is a Facial?
Facials are truly amazing. Getting a facial at Kiwi Spa San Diego will help make your face clear, hydrated and promote your beautiful complexion. A facial should be part of your regular skincare routine, but what exactly is a facial?
What Does a Facial Really Do?
A facial will do much more than just help you relax, it helps improve your skin. By definition, facials are treatments of the face and neck that help treat and prevent skin issues. Making your skin look flawless and feeling smooth, with a glowing complexion, are some of the many benefits of facials. Facials also do the following for your skin:
● Removes dead skin
● Enhances collagen production
● Clears your pores
● Hydrates and Moisturizes skin
What To Expect at Your First Facial
Facials typically last 60 minutes, but keep in mind that the kind of treatment you will get depends entirely on your skin type and issues you are facing. For example, some facials are designed to improve certain skin conditions like acne. While other facials may focus on removing lines and wrinkles.
For your first facial, we recommend choosing what is best for you after a consultation with an experienced esthetician. Each facial treatment uses different tools to bring about your desired results. The best thing you can do is speak to a reputable skin care professional.
When Should You Get a Facial?
It’s recommended by skincare professionals that you get a facial once per month. But again, this depends on your skin condition and desired results.
There are important considerations you may want to keep in mind. For example, summertime is not the best time to get a chemical peel because this removes the outer layer of your skin, making it more susceptible to sunburn.
As always, it’s best to consult your skincare professional to find out a regimen that best fits your skin type and desired goals. When you’re ready to have a qualified expert help you, be sure to reach out to us. We will be more than glad to help you learn more about a facial in San Diego.