Types of Facials and What They Do
How do you know which facial is right for your skin? It can be challenging, but luckily we have six types of facials that will help improve the look and feel!
The first step to better-looking complexions starts with understanding what causes problems most often. From redness to dry patches or acne breakouts - here are some tips on finding a treatment plan tailored just for YOU!.
- Chemical Peels - Chemical peels are an effective way to improve the look of your skin on hands, neck or face. A chemical solution is carefully applied and exfoliates away old cells revealing smoother new layers!
- Microdermabrasion - Microdermabrasion treatments are a an exciting way to achieve smoother, more radiant skin. By removing the outer layer of dead cells with this organic process you will experience less scarring which in turn leaves your face healthier looking!
- Dermaplaning is a form of exfoliation that scrapes away dead skin cells. Not only does dermapping leave you with brighter, smoother complexion but also makes it easier for skincare products to sink into your moisturized surface while eroding any built up gunk on top!
- Ageless facials - Ageless treatments are not only for those who want their skin to have a more youthful glow. Agile provides an incredible boost of collagen, which is great if you're aging or suffer from dryness on the face - it will hydrate and refresh!
- Acne facials - Blackheads and breakouts can be a pain, but now there's an easy way to get rid of them! Acne treatments clean up your skin with no harsh chemicals. Extractions provide even more relief for those stubborn spots that just won't go away on their own - we've got you covered from head to toe here at Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center.
- Signature facials - Signature treatments are the answer to a clean, healthy-looking complexion. The process includes cleansing your skin with products formulated for sensitive or irritable types of skin before exfoliating it gently in order to allow pores from clogging up on their own as well as remove any dead cells that may have accumulated over time making you more prone to breakouts if left untreated.