Acne Facial

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cne deep cleaning facials get rid of dead skin cells and unclog the pores. The facial combines thorough cleansing, steaming, and facial extractions. The pores and tissues are deep cleaned, the exfoliating masque with steam loosens dirt and oil, which is then extracted to clear and revitalize the skin. Acne facials are more beneficial for mild to moderate forms of acne.

Is an acne facial right for you?

Acne is not a problem only for teenagers, men and women in their 30’s and 40’s also have to deal with this annoying condition. The Acne Facial is suitable for people who have an uneven complexion or are prone to oily skin. At Awaken Aesthetics our staff will do an analysis of your skin condition, to determine if the acne facial would be right for you.

Acne Facial procedure

The skin is cleansed, and this is followed up with an exfoliating steam treatment. Exfoliation is very important because many acne breakouts are caused by clogged pores. The steam gets rid of dead skin cells, smooths the skin, improves blood circulation beneath the skin, and also stimulates the growth of healthy skin cells. The extraction then gets rid of pore blockages, removing oil and cell debris that also contribute to acne.
The facial is usually completed with a calming mask, in order to restore balance to the skin. It typically takes more than one treatment to achieve the desired result.

Results of the Acne Facial

People with mild to moderate acne generally benefit from acne facials. There is a noticeable improvement in the appearance of blemishes, and the skin becomes clearer. Treatments can also assist in preventing breakouts in the future.

If you’re interested in learning more about an Acne Facial, please contact Awaken Aesthetics to set up a consultation by calling (310) 791-2233 or by completing the form on this page. Awaken Aesthetics serves the Torrance & South Bay, CA areas.

*Individual results may vary

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