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Chemical Peel
A chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment that uses a chemical solution to exfoliate and peel off the outermost layer of skin, revealing smoother, brighter, and more youthful skin underneath. The chemical solution is applied to the face, neck, or hands, and works by dissolving the bonds between dead skin cells.
Osmosis Facial
An Osmosis facial is a holistic treatment that focuses on restoring balance to the skin and addressing inflammation. The facial uses natural, organic, and non-toxic skincare products that are designed to nourish the skin and promote healing from the inside out. The treatment typically involves gentle cleansing, exfoliation, and application of nutrient-rich serums and moisturizers that help to calm and soothe inflamed skin.
OxyGeneo Facial
This non-invasive treatment uses a handheld device to exfoliate dead skin cells, infuse nourishing ingredients, and produce carbon dioxide bubbles that trigger a physiological response in the body, increasing blood flow and oxygenation.
Zo Medical Facials
Zo Skin Health offers a range of customizable facials that can be tailored to individual skin types and concerns. Their facials use advanced technology and medical-grade products to address issues such as acne, hyperpigmentation, and aging.

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Medical Facial Q&A

1. What is a medical facial?

A medical facial is a professional skin treatment that is performed by a licensed aesthetician or a medical professional. It typically involves deep cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, and hydration of the skin, and can be customized to address specific skin concerns.

2. How does a medical facial differ from a regular facial?

A medical facial is typically more clinical in nature, and uses medical-grade products and devices to achieve more significant results than a regular facial. It is often performed in a medical setting, such as a doctor’s office or medical spa, and may be customized to address specific skin concerns.

3. What are the benefits of a medical facial?

The benefits of a medical facial can include deep cleansing, exfoliation, hydration, and improved skin texture and tone. It can also help to address specific skin concerns such as acne, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines and wrinkles.

4. Who can benefit from a medical facial?

Anyone can benefit from a medical facial, regardless of skin type or age. It can be especially beneficial for those with specific skin concerns, such as acne, hyperpigmentation, or signs of aging.

5. How often should I get a medical facial?

How often you should get a medical facial depends on your individual skin concerns and goals. It is generally recommended to get a facial every 4-6 weeks for best results.

6. Can a medical facial help with acne?

Yes, a medical facial can be customized to help address acne by deep cleansing the pores, exfoliating the skin, and extracting impurities. It may also include the use of acne-fighting ingredients or devices, such as blue light therapy.

7. Is there any downtime after a medical facial?

There is typically no downtime after a medical facial, although some mild redness or sensitivity may occur. It is important to follow post-treatment instructions provided by your aesthetician or medical professional.

8. How long does a medical facial take?

The length of a medical facial can vary depending on the specific treatment and individual needs, but it typically lasts between 30-60 minutes.

9. Can I wear makeup after a medical facial?

It is generally recommended to avoid wearing makeup immediately after a medical facial to allow the skin to fully absorb the products and receive maximum benefits. Your aesthetician or medical professional will provide specific post-treatment instructions.

10. What kind of products are used in a medical facial?

Medical-grade skincare products are typically used in a medical facial, which may include ingredients such as retinoids, antioxidants, and peptides. Devices such as microdermabrasion machines or chemical peels may also be used.

11. What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a skin treatment that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, resulting in a smoother, more even complexion. Chemical peels can range in intensity from mild to deep, and can be customized to address specific skin concerns.