Not a pampering sort of facial, but the type that will give your skin a thorough MOT. Typically, an aesthetic facialist will examine your skin in detail, before discussing with you which aspects of the treatments at her disposal will benefit you most. So you might have a light acid peel, deep pore cleansing involving extractions of blackheads and milia, with perhaps a light treatment such as laser or IPL to tackle pigmentation issues. It will be a personalised treatment using the latest and most relevant technologies and high-grade skincare.
Pain level: None
Cost from: £300
Recovery time: None
Where is it used for:
Face, neck and decolletage
How do dermatology facials work:
More detail as above xx
How long does a dermatology facial take:
Low, though any chemical skin peels may sting, and extractions of blackheads are never comfortable.
Clearer fresher skin, along with a treatment plan and skincare
Two weeks; your practitioner will usually suggest a programme of one of these facials each month
After treatment/down time:
None, unless you are a little red after treatment
Things to bear in mind:
You will need to do your part to maximise results by using the skincare that has been recommended to you, and using it like medicine.
Dermatology-grade Facial can help you with these concerns: