Anti-Aging Facials

Anti-Aging-FacialAnti-aging facials use products and techniques designed to slow the aging process, brighten skin, and reduce wrinkles. If you long for a more youthful complexion, select from a variety of anti-aging facial treatments ranging from vitamin-infused serums to light therapy facials to microdermabrasion.

What is an anti-aging facial?
Anti-aging facials use products and techniques designed to slow the aging process, brighten skin, and reduce wrinkles. If you’re on the quest for younger-looking skin, you’re in luck. There are a variety of anti-aging facial treatments to select from, including those utilizing vitamin-infused serums, collagen creams, and rejuvenating facial massage techniques. Additional anti-aging solutions include light therapy facials, laser skin services, and microdermabrasion.

Why get an anti-aging facial?
If you want to fight the war against wrinkles, enlisting in an anti-aging facial treatment at your favorite spa is a good strategy. Facials are designed to rejuvenate skin with all elements—from exfoliation (sloughing away dead, skin-dulling cells) to moisturizing to massage (improving circulation)—acting together to improve skin’s texture. An anti-aging facial is an effective preventative measure when it comes to the aging process, and is good option if you want to skip the surgery for something less invasive.

An array of anti-aging facials is at your disposal including:

  • Microdermabrasion: Great for all skin types, this popular treatment involves a blast of micro-crystals blown across the skin and then vacuumed out, in order to remove dead cells on the surface of the skin. No downtime is required and it is designed to reverse the signs of aging and clear up skin conditions such as acne.
  • Exfoliating facial: Exfoliating facials boost circulation, diminish fine lines and wrinkles, and even out skin tone by eliminating outer layers of skin and prompting up cell turnover.
  • Collagen facial: This treatment attempts to halt the aging process by working deep within the dermis layers, where collagen proteins can be found.
  • Glycolic acid facial: These skincare treatments utilize glycolic acid, one of a family of acids called alphahydroxy acids (AHAs) that are common in anti-aging preparations.