Clinical Facials Sarasota, FL
Facial treatments play a key role in promoting and maintaining healthy skin.
What is a Clinical Facial?
A clinical facial treats the skin from a medical/ health perspective. Although relaxing and pleasing to the senses, the goal of a clinical facial is to promote and maintain healthy skin. A complete skin analysis is performed first to determine your skin type, any skin conditions that may affect the care of your skin, and what medical grade skin care products and facial equipment should be used to treat your skin. All of the skin care products used during our clinical facials have been scientifically researched and tested.
All of our Clinical Facial Treatments are customized for your exact skin’s needs, such as:
- Hydration for dehydrated, dry skin
- Brightening for dull skin
- Purifying for blemish or blackhead prone skin
- Calming for sensitive or redness prone skin
- Exfoliating for all skin types
- Electric Facial Treatments for:
- Acne prone skin
- Oily skin
- Aging Skin
- Extractions of blackheads/congestion
- Enhance product penetration
How long does a Clinical Facial service last?
Our clinical facials take approximately 60 minutes.
What do I need to do to prepare for my Clinical Facial?
There is nothing that you need to do to prepare for a facial.
Are there any side effects with a Clinical Facial?
Facial treatments are generally very safe and not thought to have side effects. If you have any allergies, always tell your esthetician, as they may need to change the products they use for your treatment. If you are pregnant, tell your esthetician so they can determine whether the products and treatment are suitable for you. If the products used on you cause burning, itching, or discomfort, let your esthetician know immediately.
Who cannot have a Clinical Facial?
You cannot have a facial if you have any viral, bacterial or fungal infection, or a known sensitivity or allergy to products used. Electric Facial Treatments are not recommended for anyone who has metal implants (including body-piercings with metal rings), a pacemaker, heart conditions, epilepsy, diabetes, or if you are pregnant.