Why You Need a Monthly Facial
Have you tried every cream, serum and potion under the sun but still struggle with getting the skin you desire? It may be time to start a routine of medspa treatments. Plenty of over the counter skincare like scrubs, peels, and masks are available, but sometimes your skin needs the kind of TLC that can only be provided by a professional. Professionals have the tools and knowledge to properly diagnose your skin, taking the guesswork out of what products and facials are right for you.
No one is immune to acne like pimples, blackheads and whiteheads. Getting rid of these annoyances is difficult, and popping them yourself can lead to scarring, infection, and spread bacteria. Instead of trying to take care of acne on your own, professional extractions use special equipment to safely clear your acne with methods that prevent pores from re-clogging.
Besides treating acne, facials have in-numerous other benefits like specializing cleansing, exfoliating and moisturizing. Facials use special techniques and equipment for treatments that go beyond basic cleansing. Some facials use steam to open up pores and soften skin. Microdermabrasion deeply exfoliates your skin, stimulating collagen growth for younger looking skin. Chemical peels can help reverse damage caused by sun damage. No matter what problems your skin faces, there are specific facials available to treat your skin.
Facials have fantastic results, leaving you with brighter, clearer, skin. However, without upkeep, the results don’t last because skin cells go through a new life cycle every 30 days. Your skin will look and feel great after a facial, but it won’t stay that way forever. Some skin conditions, like acne, clogged pores and brown spots simply won’t go away with just one facial. However, a monthly facial will maintain your skin’s improvements, keeping it glowing and healthy.
Are you ready for healthier, rejuvenated skin? Schedule an appointment with Dr. Kotis, a board certified plastic surgeon serving the Chicago and Arlington areas.
Call (847)-250-0350 for the Chicago office and (847)-241-4323 for the Arlington office.