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Benefits of Facials

photo of young woman getting facial nourishing mask by beautician | Dr. Jean ChapmanA good skincare regimen will help keep your face looking beautiful for years to come. It is definitely a good idea to start getting facial treatments on a regular basis. Here are some of the key benefits of facials.

Helps Treat Acne

Acne sufferers will truly benefit from a facial. It involves gentle massaging of the skin, which helps anti-acne ingredients to reach deep into your pores. Professional dermatology centers, such as LaserMed Skin & Vein Clinic, offer customized facials that are designed for your specific skin type. After a few treatments, you can expect to experience a dramatic improvement in the appearance of your skin.

Deters Skin Aging

Exposure to the sun’s powerful UV rays and other environmental factors can put extra stress on your skin. The resulting fine lines and wrinkles will certainly make your face look less appealing. By implementing monthly facials into your skincare routine, you will be able to noticeably reduce the signs of aging. According to a study found in the National Library of Medicine, infusing the skin with natural antioxidants can lead to a far more youthful appearance.

Exfoliates Your Skin

Dead skin cells can give your face an extremely dull appearance. Getting a facial is a great way to exfoliate your skin. After the dead skin cells have been removed, your face will look completely rejuvenated. The bright skin underneath will finally be able to thrive.

Hydrates Your Skin

A lack of moisture will definitely cause your face to experience excess dryness. While some people are naturally inclined to have drier skin, there are plenty of other factors that can contribute to the loss of moisture. Harsh soaps and hot showers are just a couple of the common causes of dry skin. By replenishing moisture, a facial will help ensure that your skin remains looking soft and supple.

Helps Treat Eye Areas

The area surrounding your eye has a direct influence on the overall appearance of your face. Conditions, such as under-eye puffiness and crow’s feet, will ultimately make you appear older than your actual age. Dr. Jean Chapman has found that facials can work wonders on your eye area.

Detoxification

Over time, your body can absorb an enormous amount of toxins. Unsurprisingly, these potentially harmful substances can have a negative impact on your health. Facials have been proven to help purify your skin and regenerate damaged tissue. The relaxing strokes against the skin will greatly aid your lymphatic system’s ability to remove toxins.

If you are interested in obtaining the numerous benefits of a facial, be sure to contact LaserMed Skin & Vein Clinic. Dr. Jean Chapman remains a leading professional in the field of aesthetic medicine. Our facility is located in Johns Creek and serves the entire Atlanta area, including Alpharetta, Milton, Roswell and Cumming. From treating spider veins to tattoo removal, we provide a wide variety of different services.

LaserMed Skin & Vein Clinic now offers these facials:

  • Deep Cleansing 
  • Anti-Aging
  • Sensitive Skin 
  • Relaxation Facial 
  • Dry Skin Facial 
  • Back Facial

Learn more about our facials.

*This article is not meant to take the place of consulting with a doctor. To obtain professional advice, be sure to contact LaserMed Skin & Vein Clinic or a certified specialist in your area.

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