What is the Anti - Acne Facial?
The Anti - Acne Facial by Park Slope Laser Aesthetic Center is an alternative skincare treatment aimed towards those with acne prone skin. The treatment is designed to treat the root cause of acne with minimal side effects. Acne facials focus primarily on extractions for blocked pores and killing bacteria in the skin with the use of salicylic acid. The extraction process releases any excess build-up of oil and cleans out dirt that might be clogging up your pores, reducing the look and feel of inflammation in your skin. The aesthetician uses high frequency blue illuminator used to target acne bacteria in the skin and reduce redness. They will then apply a custom antiseptic / anti-inflammatory mask and sometimes if necessary, layer of a custom peel. (*However, if you have severe acne, you may consider having this type of facial performed by a dermatologist for a more medical degree treatment followed by prescriptions if necessary.)
*#1 best facial we offer for combating acne breakouts.
What can I expect from the Anti - Acne Facial?
The skin care treatment process includes:
Blue Light therapy
Facial masks and peels catered to your skincare needs
These steps boost the blood circulation within the skin, which in turn helps to repair the damaged skin calls while simultaneously tones, strengthens and tightens the skin cells.
What skin type is this treatment aimed towards?
Skin Type: Oily, acne prone, congested skin. For more information and to determine if this treatment is the right one for you, please come in for 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.)