Give Your Skin a Breath of Fresh Air With an Oxygen FacialSERVING BEVERLY HILLS AND LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA photo credit: FoundryParkInn via photopin cc
We all know the cliché spa treatment image depicting a woman with some colorful cream over her face and eyes covered with cucumbers. For some, facials never exist outside of this stereotypical image, but the truth is that there are countless options out there when it comes to facials. While we are constantly being bombarded with new products or chemicals that claim to do wonders for the face, there is one element that has withstood the test of time as the front runner when it comes to facial rejuvenation – oxygen. One of the main goals of almost all facial treatments is to increase oxygen flow to the skin. That being said, why not go around all the extra fillers and go straight to the source with an oxygen facial?
Oxygen facials have been the go to treatment for top celebrities over the past several years. Madonna even confesses to having her own personal oxygen facial machine in each of her houses. With the rise of HD TV’s those tiny skin flaws become more and more visible, and stars rely on the effectiveness of oxygen facials to keep them looking their best and brightest.
What is an Oxygen facial?
An oxygen facial uses atomized moisturizers and pure, pressurized oxygen to both rid the skin of toxins, and pump the skin with nutrients and oxygen. Dull skin is caused by pores that are clogged, preventing oxygen from reaching the deeper layers of the skin. While chemical or other methods do clear pores, they do not replace oxygen. The oxygen facial does both of these, and the result is smoother, younger, plumper looking skin.
Oxygen facial results can be seen immediately, and do not leave red marks or bruising like other methods can. In addition, you can begin wearing makeup right after the process, instead of the traditional twelve hours recommended with other facial techniques (although you might just find that you don’t need it!) The procedure also rids the skin of acne causing bacteria, and repairs damage from the sun and the environment. If you are interested in seeing the difference for yourself, or if you want to learn more about facial rejuvenation, anti aging, or stem cell therapy in Los Angeles, talk to the professionals at Rejuvalife today.
To learn more about our oxygen facial services, please contact Rejuvalife Vitality Institute using the form at the right side of the page or call 310-276-4494 today. Dr. Andre Berger serves patients in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, California.