What is the Ageless Facial?
The Ageless Facial by Park Slope Laser Aesthetic Center is a skincare treatment using IMAGE/PCA/Skinceuticals products and techniques. It is designed to brighten skin and improve elasticity to reduce the signs of aging. The treatment provider selects from a variety of anti-aging facial treatments to cater to your skincare needs and goals.
*#1 best facial we offer for anti-aging
What can I expect from the Ageless Facial?
The skin care treatment process includes:
- Vitamin infused serums
- Collagen masks
- Rejuvenating facial massages
Active ingredients in our anti aging skin care products help improve dark spots, skin tone and texture, and stimulates collagen. This treatment also helps to improve existing wrinkles and helps prevent future fine lines and wrinkles. We do recommend consistent treatments for the best results.
*Additional anti-aging solutions include light therapy facials, laser skin services, and microneedling. Additional solutions require extra charge.
What skin type is this treatment aimed towards?
Skin Type: All skin types.
Our board certified dermatologists will analyze your skin and create a facial procedure catered for you. The anti aging facial treatments work with all skin types ranging from dry to oily to sensitive skin. The goal of facial is to provide hydration and collagen boosting results. Plumping and firming effects occur as well to prevent wrinkles and fine lines.
For more information and to determine if this treatment is the right one for you, please book a FREE consultation with our estheticians in our Brooklyn, NYC office to discuss more.
Products & treatment methods used during the treatment depends on your skin type and the result you want to achieve. During your consultation, the aesthetician will first analyze your skin type in order to design the best suited treatment program. The number of sessions would also be determined as per your skin and problem type.
Every patient is a unique individual and every treatment has unique aspects. Individual results vary from patient to patient.