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How to Choose the Right Facial

Pampering yourself with a facial can be one of the best things that you do for yourself. Not only is the process generally relaxing, it also gives your skin a definite boost. There are actually quite a few different types of facials. Which one you choose should be based on several factors. Here’s what you need to know about choosing the right facial.

the Right Facial

Know the Basics

Most facials consist of a cleansing, exfoliation, extractions, a mask, and a moisturizer. These are usually good for normal to dry skin. If you have acne breakouts or other skin conditions, it is important that you get the right one for your skin type. The same facial that benefits someone with normal skin will cause a breakout in someone prone to acne. 

Know Your Skin

It is important that you know your skin and understand what it needs to be healthy. People with acne-prone skin should avoid lotions and serums that are typically included in a classic facial. People with fine lines and signs of aging should choose the right facial with more exfoliation to get the best results. Steaming that is sometimes included in a facial should be avoided by people with eczema or rosacea as it can cause a symptom flare-up. Knowing your skin’s condition and type will go a long way toward helping you choose the right facial.

Consult with an Aesthetician

If you still aren’t sure which facial is right for you, consult with an aesthetician. They will closely examine your skin and ask you questions about your lifestyle that will help them choose the perfect facial treatment specifically for your needs. If you are interested in starting to get facial treatments to pamper yourself and aren’t sure where to start, contact us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation.

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