How often do you get facials? As I approach my 40’s to join my fellow Ladybirds, I decided it’s time to get serious about maintaining my youthful looking skin. I’ve never had any real skin or acne problems so my routine has been pretty simple. I am very blessed because the saying is very true….black don’t crack.
Since my genes are doing their part, I need to make sure I do mine. I have a good daily routine and get facials every now and then but I want to find a good Aesthetician, incorporate a routine of getting facials and make sure I am using the right products for my skin. And I want to start with an oxygen facial.
According to dermreview.com
There are a number of spas that now offer oxygen facials. Since this is a non-medical procedure that does not require injections or the use of any chemicals, it can be performed by any spa employee. Before the actual oxygen treatment begins, the skin care specialist will first exfoliate your skin to ensure that it is free of dirt and excess oils.
After the exfoliation and a mild facial steam, the spa professional will use a machine that introduces oxygen directly into the skin’s pores. The oxygen used is usually treated with a number of supplements that are good for the skin, such as vitamins, to help the skin retain its firmness and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. The procedure is painless and requires no harsh chemical peels, as the whole point is to oxygenate the skin so that it can heal itself more quickly.
Apparently, the whole entertainment business swears by it. Of course they come with some controversy and the price tag is not cheap (I’m determined to find a more affordable option). I’m not sure if my skin is really in need of an oxygen facial and I’ll likely stick with a good ole’ purifying facial. But with the promise of an immediate glow, I can’t help but be intrigued. I’ll keep you posted
Have you had an oxygen facial? Do tell, I’m dying to hear reviews