A facial costs $65 to $90 on average, depending on the type. A basic facial costs $35 to $50, while an extensive facial using the latest, cutting-edge technology costs $250. Estheticians typically suggest a treatment based on your skin type, but they also have a menu of facial options to choose from. Most facials follow the same basic steps:
A facial is a skin treatment that cleanses your pores, exfoliates your skin, and treats common issues. The process varies depending on your skin sensitivity and beauty goals. A facial can help heal acne, dryness, aging, and uneven texture.
Most facials take 60 to 90 minutes from start to finish. Basic, express facials last closer to 30 minutes.
How often you get a facial depends on your skin type. Most people can tolerate a facial every 3 to 4 weeks, while those with sensitive skin may need to wait longer between appointments. Ask your esthetician or dermatologist how often they recommend facials based on your skin.
The main benefits associated with facials include:
A vampire facial costs $1,100 to $1,400 and is also called a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) facial. This treatment got its name because it involves using blood during the procedure. Estheticians extract platelet-rich plasma from your blood, which contains growth factors and boosts collagen production.
Vampire facials have been used as a remedy for burns and other wounds for nearly 20 years. It recently became popular as a beauty treatment.
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