While healthy skin requires a daily skin care regimen, there are some things you just can’t do every day. Take getting a facial, for example. Even if it could fit your budget, most skin care experts wouldn’t recommend getting one every day.
So this begs the question: “Well how often should I get a facial?”
And the answer, for most people, is every three or four weeks. That’s how long the skin cell growth and exfoliation process takes, and getting a facial helps that process along, keeping your skin clean and clear.
What if I have acne-prone skin?
If you have oily skin, or are prone to breakouts, you may want to consider having more regular facials during acne flares. A facial twice a month can help bring your skin to a better place. Once your skin calms down, you can return to the regular once-a-month facial routine.
What if I can’t come in once a month?
We realize that getting a monthly facial every might not meet your budget or fit your schedule. If you can’t get a facial every three or four weeks, try to come in at least once a season.
The chilly winter months can dry out your skin, while the blazing summer heat can lead to sun damage and breakouts. Getting a facial in Philadelphia at least four times each year can help reverse the toll the elements take on your skin.
Can I get too many facials?
Yes. You may enjoy your facial treatment, and it’s certainly good for you, but your skin can suffer if you see your esthetician more than every two weeks. Unless you’re following medical guidelines to treat a specific skin issue, stick to a once-a-month facial schedule.
Why should I get a facial?
Your skin is an organ – your largest organ – and like any part of the body, it needs regular care. Getting a facial defends against environmental affects, removes toxins and heals wounds.
If you’re looking for a face treatment in Philadelphia, visit Body Restoration. Our Center City spa offers 60 and 75-minute facials. Our services include deep cleansing, exfoliation and a customized skin analysis. Contact us today, and we’ll figure out a facial routine that meets your schedule.