Clients often ask, “How often should I get a facial?” Our clinical aesthetician, Adriana DeNunzio treats a number of her clients with our Signature Facial on a regular basis at our University Village location. Depending on a client’s skin type and current condition, a client could come in once every two weeks, once every three to four weeks or whenever the seasons change. Adriana agrees that getting a professional facial once a month is ideal for someone who wants to take good care of his or her skin. Even if you aren’t able to have a Signature Facials once a month, try to have a professional facial at least four times a year, whenever the season changes. Having a professional facial on a regular basis will help protect your skin from seasonal exposure, harsh elements and environmental pollutants.
To help understand why getting a professional facial on a regular basis, as opposed to getting the occasional, relaxing facial just before a special occasion is so important to our skin’s health, Adriana explained to what a Signature Facial entails:
“Our Signature Facials include, but are not limited to a deep cleansing, medical-grade microdermabrasion, an enzyme treatment, extractions, a medical-grade treatment mask, which is then followed by the application of carefully selected serums, moisturizers and a healthy layer of SPF. Your treatment will not only leave you feeling relaxed, but you’ll also leave looking and feeling your very best.”
Benefits of Regular Facials
Here are Adriana’s top four reasons you should give your skin a Signature Facial on a regular basis.
Keeps Skin Looking and Feeling Young
The skin is a living organ – the largest organ of the whole human body! Did you know that it takes about 28 days for the skin to create a new, fresh layer on its surface? During this time, skin cells move up from the dermis layer to the surface of the skin, or the epidermis. Once these skin cells reach the epidermis, they flatten out, die and eventually slough off. A Signature Facial stimulates this process with the help of medical-grade microdermabrasion by removing all of those dead surface skin cells from the top layer of the skin, helping it to look younger, tighter and firmer.
Constantly Repairs And Produces New Skin
Don’t you love the way your skin glows after a professional facial? Wouldn’t you love to maintain that glow all month long? You can! Our Signature Facial includes a few different forms of exfoliation including medical-grade microdermabrasion, the enzyme treatment, a medical-grade treatment mask and the application of medical-grade skincare products at the end of the treatment. Every time the skin is exfoliated, skin cells rapidly go into a repair mode to stimulate new cells, which leave the skin fresh, firm and glowing.
When you receive a Signature Facial on a regular basis, your skin never gets a chance to be lazy. Instead, its always repairing and producing new skin, helping you maintain the after-treatment glow all month long.
Customized Just For You
Our Signature Facials are customized for your skin and its needs. Skin conditions are whatever your aesthetician notices at the time of your treatment. This can include dryness, dehydration, redness, dull skin and/or congestion. Each treatment can be very different, depending on your skin’s needs and conditions for that day.
Professional facials are an investment in your skin’s health. Regular Signature Facials will not only help your skin look and feel better, but they’ll also make the products you use more effective, allowing for better product absorption. Better product absorption means that you don’t have to use as much of the product for each application, saving you both time and money with the products you use at home.
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