Madonna Turns to This Dermatologist Facial to Help Tighten and Lift


Madonna just turned 59 years old, but the superstar works very hard to not look like it. With an ever-evolving look (she’s had so many over the years), one thing has remained a constant, she has always made her skin care a top priority. So much so that she even launched her own skin care line, MDNA (set to be released in the U.S. later this month). When she needs a little more than at-home treatment, she relies on PFrankMD Skin Salon in New York City for a super charged, state-of-the-art facial that employs more than one skin care technology.

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The OxyLight facial (with a magnetic MDNA mask add-on) is performed by aesthetician Edyta Jarosz, costs upwards of $600, and consists of the usual facial protocol like cleansing and exfoliating. After the steps found in a traditional facial, things start to get next level. Next comes the MDNA magnetic mask add-on, made from clay sourced directly from Italy’s Montecatini mountains. The water from the clay of Montecatini is said to have healing properties.


Next, the oxygen part comes in, with a big dose of oxygen to help infuse serums applied to the skin, it hydrates and helps the skin absorb the products used. After the pressurized oxygen, the aesthetician then performs a micro-current treatment to stimulate facial muscles and tighten skin, followed by an LED light treatment to improve skin tone and texture.

The idea behind the OxyLight treatment is to stimulate cells to help initiate the production of healthy cells and lift the facial muscles. Since it’s Madonna approved, we can only assume it does exactly what it says it does because we can’t imagine the Queen of Pop would have it any other way. 

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