Benefits are many for teens in particular, facials will help clean and clear up clogged pores and blackheads. An professional esthetician will re-educate the teen with safe and effective methods, rather then what they learn from social media or their peers.
Reasons for facials are receiving professional expertise to care for their skin properly. That may include which products will work best for each teen based on his or her skin type and they will learn how to care for their skin at home.
Suggested age for teens getting facials.
Depends on when him or her hormones start changing. When their skin becomes easily aggravated causing blemishes and breakouts. It’s best to get ahead of blemishes before they become stubborn cystic acne. Average age is around 13 but some kids may start as early as 9 or as late as 17. Even if problem skin is not an issue, it’s a great time to have a professional educate teenagers how to maintain healthy skin safely.
What is included with a teen facial?
I include a thorough skin analysis and one-on-one consultation with the teen. I always encourage parent participation as the parent is an important process understanding how to work with the teen at home. With that being said a teen facial may include gentle deep cleansing, exfoliation, extractions and a customized mask appropriate for their skin type. Usually will include finishing with a moisturizer.
Fresh Face Teen Facial – Prom season just around the corner, this facial is designed with the teen in mind. Gentle cleansing, exfoliation, extractions, mask and finish with light weight moisturizer.
60 mins $89
Love working with my teens!
Debbie Fong Kho
One of the most common questions is: “My skin is so dry, what should I do?”
This question makes my eyes twinkle!
Is it dehydrated or dry skin?
What is the difference?
During the winter months when indoor heat and outdoor cold air, lacks moisture, causing our skin to become dry. #Dryskin lacks moisture on the top (epidermal) layer of skin, over a period of time may cause rough, uneven textured, unhealthy looking skin. Additionally, skin may become dull, overly sensitive, itchy, noticeable dryness, fine lines becomes more apparent with dry flaky patches of skin. If this is your skin, make sure to use a gentle exfoliant to remove flaky skin and hydrate with an appropriate moisturizer for your skin. Why exfoliate? Exfoliation remove layers of dead skin cells sitting on the surface that creates a barrier, prevents skin from breathing, and skin care products from penetrating. Over time causes dehydration in the dermis layer. If acne prone, the layers of dead skin may actually increase breakouts because it’s blocking the skin’s ability to breath. Makeup application is not able to glide on skin smoothly. A person may actually look older then their actual age since the skin lacks the hydration.
Over an extended period of time dry skin may become #dehydratedskin, from the lack of moisture and nutrients underneath the top layer of skin. Dehydrated skin feels dry, skin may look dull, blotchy, tight, may have deep wrinkles around the eyes, mouth, cheeks, jawline, around the lips and forehead area. Over a period of time dehydrated skin will break down collagen and elastin which may cause premature sagging skin.
Keep Skin Hydrated
After cleansing and exfoliated skin, apply an appropriate serum for your skin type. If uncertain which serum is best for your skin, seek an experience professional to diagnose your skin type to recommend the best serum for you. Apply your serum first, as serums have smaller molecules, it’s highly potent, that’s what you want to penetrate into the dermis for the intense hydration. Apply an appropriate day or night time moisturizer.
Sometimes it’s difficult to distinguish between dry and dehydrated skin, I highly recommend seeking an experience professional to show you the difference between the two skin types. Pair up with your professional to work out treatment plans and home care regime to protect, re-nourish and rehydrate your skin.
March special…Moisture Drench Facial!