OXYGEN FACIAL IN SEATTLE, BELLEVUE, AND KIRKLAND
Celebrities have many tips and tricks for getting red carpet ready. From expensive products, clean diets, and professional skincare, many of these can seem unattainable for the average person. At The Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery, we offer one of the most widely used facials in Hollywood: the oxygen facial. This non-surgical procedure is one of the secrets to the smooth, glowing skin seen on red carpets and Instagram. The master estheticians at The Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery offer the oxygen facial in Seattle, Bellevue, and Kirkland.
WHAT IS AN OXYGEN FACIAL?
The oxygen facial is a professional facial that delivers essential vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, other hydrators, and, of course, oxygen straight into the skin for a full face glow and rejuvenation. Furthermore, the facial is non-abrasive and safe for all skin types.
How Does It Work?
The oxygen facial uses highly pressurized oxygen to gently deliver beneficial serums into your skin. These serums can contain a multitude of ingredients like hyaluronic acid, green tea, and a variety of vitamins including A, C, and E. In addition to delivering necessary vitamins through the serums, the oxygen facial increases oxygen on your skin’s surface.
Oxygen is vital for the health of human cells. While we take in oxygen when we breathe, only a fraction of this oxygen is delivered to the skin. Combined with other skin irritants, aging and sun exposure, oxygen supplied to the skin decreases. Time, certain environments, and habits can also affect oxygen available to the skin. Consequently, this can contribute to the health of your skin and lead to dull looking skin. Especially when it comes to the natural signs of aging, your skin needs more oxygen to look its best.
With an oxygen facial, your master esthetician increases the oxygen present on your skin by adding it directly to the skin. This has many benefits. When the serums are added to the facial, it provides powerful, non-irritating skin rejuvenation.