The Facial Treatment You Should Get, Based On Your Skin Type

Have you ever walked into a spa to get a facial and been overwhelmed by all of the options?

We've definitely been there! If you're not sure what's worth the money or even what sort of options there are, you've come to the right place. As it turns out, it all starts with your skin! After all, you're getting a facial for yourself, so you need to make sure you're treating your skin with the utmost care. From normal to dry, oily, combination and sensitive skin, there's a facial for you! Look below to find out what facial treatment you should get, based on your skin type.

Normal

Classic Facial

A classic facial is full of creams, serums and lymphatic massages. You can also expect some light exfoliation and even extraction from your pores.

 

Lymphatic Massage Facial

A lymphatic massage facial is great for those with lymphatic fluid build-up. The therapist will massage and push the fluids out of your face and down your neck, resulting in toned, less puffy skin.

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Dry

Hydrating Facial

A hydrating facial is perfect for those who suffer from dry skin. This goes skin deep and promotes hydration by removing dead skin cells, leaving you with supple, moisturized skin.

 

Hydrafacial

Hydrafacials rely heavily on serums to non-invasively provide the skin with a hydrating treatment. From exfoliating to extractions, this facial is great for people with dry skin.

 

Oily

Acne-Focused Facial

Acne is an unfortunate side effect of having oily skin, and if you're dealing with a particularly bad breakout, an acne-focused facial might be the perfect fit for you. Your therapist will focus on treating your acne and tailor it specifically to your needs.

 

Antioxidant Facial

Antioxidant facials are perfect for oily skin because they use vitamins to treat the face. Antioxidants promote clear skin and will aid in hydrating oily skin.

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Combination

Microdermabrasion Facial

A microdermabrasion facial is a great option for those with combination skin. Your therapist can use the microdermabrasion tool on specific areas of your face to smooth, treat sun damage and even discoloration by getting rid of the outermost layer of dead skin.

 

Enzyme Facial

If you have noticeable pores or clogged skin, an enzyme facial might be your best option. This type of facial focuses on ridding the skin of dead skin cells, extracting pores and even allowing a better flow of oxygen to the face.

 

Sensitive

Oxygen Facial

Those with sensitive skin need non-invasive treatments, like an oxygen facial. Oxygen facials uses, you guessed it, oxygen to revive the skin and give it tons of hydration.

 

LED Light Therapy Facial

If you're wary of using unknown serums and other skincare products, we suggest getting an LED Light Therapy Facial. This facial will expose your skin to different colored lights, resulting in stimulation of the skin and cellular growth.

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