Medical Grade Facials / Chemical Peels
A Medical-Grade Facial is a Results-Driven Facial.
A medical aesthetician will properly analyze your skin and discuss with you their recommendations for the best treatment options. Sometimes, it takes just the right skincare analysis and consultation of your overall wellness to give you the answers you’re seeking.
We use medical-grade ingredients and equipment for effectiveness to treat skin health. It’s deep cleansing without disrupting the natural barrier function of your skin.
What Are Medical Grade Facials?
A medical-grade facial is a skin treatment that offers longer-lasting results because it can penetrate below the epidermis or top layer of skin. Many targeted procedures can treat skin problems or concerns. With a medical-grade facial, you will have access to more powerful serums, concentrations and tools to get the best results. Medical grade facials are known to improve skin concerns: acne, fine lines and wrinkles, hyper pigmentation, and rosacea. The type of medical-grade facial that is right for you will be determined by your skin type and goals. During your consultation, your aesthetician will help you choose the best medical-grade facial for your specific needs.
How is a Medical Grade Facial Different than a Spa Facial?
If you’re looking for a way to improve the health and appearance of your skin, advanced medical grade facials are the way to go. And with all the latest skin care technology and products that are available for use, facial treatments are some of the best ways to fight the signs of aging and damaged skin. Plus, medical-grade facials are performed by qualified medical aestheticians and skin care specialists who are professionally trained experts on skin care. All advanced medical-grade facials are fully customized to your unique skin type and condition for optimal results. If you’re serious about maintaining or improving your skin, read on as we outline all the benefits of medical-grade facials and how your skin can drastically improve in as little as one session.
What are the Benefits of a Medical Grade Facial?
1. Removes Toxins
Facials work to clean toxins, dirt, and grease that have built up over time and moved deep into the pores of the skin. The use of cleansing creams, exfoliators, and massaging techniques are designed to help open the pores and remove the dead skin cells while cleaning both the surface and lower layers of the skin. You can achieve many benefits for your health and complexion including a more tightened and firm appearance.
2. Improves Circulation
You can say goodbye to fine lines and wrinkles as facial devices help to clear up dry skin, bringing your skin back to life. Medical-grade facials also work to increase the flow of oxygen-enriched blood to the skin cells that, in turn, enhances the absorption of nutrients and water to the skin. Your skin will be instantly hydrated and will appear full, supple, and healthy.
3. Increases Collagen
Several facial treatments and enhanced techniques can help to slow the aging process and increase collagen production in your skin. By using Intense Pulsed Light, IPL, skin care technicians work to remove any dead and damaged skin cells and increase your skin’s collagen and elasticity. This is an excellent anti-aging treatment to help your skin look more youthful.
4. Addresses Skin Problems
You don’t have to suffer with feeling embarrassed about your skin. Medical-grade skin care products and treatment options are clinically designed to address concerns with hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, sun damage, age spots, under eye circles, pore size, and other skin concerns.
5. Non-Invasive Procedures
Another benefit is that facials are non-invasive repair treatments that utilize tools and techniques to allow deeper skin penetration and better absorption of nutrients, and antioxidants.
6. Enhances Relaxation and Well-being
The massage and moisturizing effects of a medical-grade facial can help to leave you feeling relaxed and in total bliss. Whether you are a first-time patient or are considering a new treatment program, you should consider trying a medical-grade facial at your next visit to LaserSkin MedSpa. Ready to test it out? Contact us!