5 Reasons to Make Regular Facials Part of Your Skincare Routine

Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It keeps your organs, tissue, and body fluids in, while keeping bacteria, viruses, and toxic substances out. You need to do everything you can to keep your skin healthy and strong.

You may view facials as a relaxing treat, which it most definitely is, but it also helps keep your skin healthy, rejuvenated, and revitalized. At West Coast Aesthetics and Veins, Rajesh Suri, MD not only wants to make you feel good, but be healthy too, which is why we think facials should be a regular part of your health care routine.

1. Deep cleaning

As one of your primary barriers against the fight of foreign invaders, you want to do what you can to keep your skin clean to prevent sickness and inflammation. A facial does more than wash the dirt off your face, it deep cleans to remove toxins, bacteria, and dead skin cells.

The thorough cleansing you get from a facial not only protects you against infection, but also may help prevent acne and blackheads and make your skin look much healthier.

2. Youthful appearance

The facials at West Coast Aesthetics and Veins are meant to be therapeutic. We use a special technique to not only clean your skin, but also massage the tissue to improve circulation.

Getting more blood and nutrients to your skin stimulates the tissue to promote health, healing, and rejuvenation to keep you looking young. It also reduces the appearance of lines, wrinkles, and dark spots.

Taking good care of your skin early on with regular facials may help prevent or delay signs of aging. Dr. Suri uses the best products available for your facial, including Obagi® Medical and Dermaquest® skin care products, and creates a personalized facial treatment to meet your exact skincare needs.

3. Relieve stressed out skin

Stress is a chemical response that affects your health, including the health of your skin, causing rashes, breakouts, and sensitivity. As a type of massage, facials assist in relieving stress by helping you relax.

Plus, the therapeutic treatments Dr. Suri uses target your troubled skin, whether oily or dry, to relieve the effects of your stress and revitalize both you and your look.

4. Improve appearance

Whether it’s acne or wrinkles, regular facials can help keep your skin looking fresh and revitalized for a healthier, improved appearance. The deep cleansing and exfoliation from Dr. Suri keeps your skin clear to help prevent breakouts and smooth out lines and wrinkles.

5. Makes you feel good  

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to feel good. Facials are relaxing and rejuvenating. Plus, they make your skin look healthier, which can give you a boost of confidence.

Taking good care of your skin in between your regular facials also helps improve the overall effects the treatments. Dr. Suri recommends you use sunblock daily and keep covered with a wide-brimmed hat and large sunglasses during the peak sun hours to protect your skin from the damaging rays.

If you’re ready to make facials a regular part of your health routine, call West Coast Aesthetics and Veins or schedule an appointment using the online booking button. Dr. Suri will develop a facial treatment just for you.

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