The 5 Types of Facials That Are Worth the Money

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Setting aside the time it takes to get a facial done is one thing. But there’s also the expense factor that needs to be considered, too. Coughing up $100 or more for a facial should be more than just a pampering experience—it should hone-in on the skin and aging issues at hand. Below, the five types of facial that deliver the results you’re looking for.

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The HydraFacial

Different than your average facial, the HydraFacial goes to work to really lift and remove dead skin from the surface while infusing skin with much-needed nutrients and ingredients to make it glow. 

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The Microdermabrasion Facial

When microdermabrasion is added onto a facial it guarantees serious exfoliation for a healthy glow. Using suction and specialized crystals in the handpiece, microdermabrasion lifts dead cells up and away.

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The LED Facial

Sitting under red or blue LED lights for a brief period of time can make a world of difference in terms of acne and redness

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The Microcurrent Facial

The facial you want to choose for tightening up the skin, microcurrents are applied to the external layers of skin with a low-level electrical current to help increase muscle tone, tighten the underlying layers, increase blood flow and decrease puffiness. 

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The Anti-Acne Facial

Extractions are almost always a part of a facial. But if you suffer from extremely congested pores, a deep declogging facial that helps to clear up the skin is a good choice. By opening up the pores (with or without steam) and extracting whatever is in them can help to clear up the skin and reduce oil, too. 

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