It doesn’t take long to see and feel what the hot, dry summer months can do to your skin, especially to your face, which is so exposed to the elements.
If your face is showing the effects of dry skin, our team at Love Your Body Medical Spa in Las Vegas can restore your skin’s luster and firmness, and then keep a step ahead of the summer heat.
Dr. Divina Averilla, our experienced anti-aging physician, offers a variety of facials to help combat dry skin before it happens. To prevent dry skin from worsening this summer, learn about the different kinds of facials and what types are best for dry skin.
A facial is any skin treatment that targets a specific aesthetic concern on your face. Facials can be fully customized to treat your specific skin concerns.
People often seek facials to alleviate dry or flaky skin, tame acne, soothe redness, clear pores, remove dead skin, and even up skin tone.
There are truly so many types of facials, including:
Facials for dry skin typically include gentle exfoliation, hydrating cleansers and moisturizers, and sometimes a thick mask, such as a clay mask. Serums and sun protection may also be included.
Dr. Averilla offers a unique kind of facial called the Dermapen® facial. Dermapen facials combine microneedling and a facial into one seamless, relaxing treatment that cleans your pores and stimulates collagen production by gently pricking your skin with a sterile needle.
At Love Your Body Medical Spa, you can opt for a traditional facial, or choose a Dermapen facial for enhanced results.
Dermapen facials can be customized to treat dry skin. Dr. Averilla discusses your skin concerns in-depth during your skin consultation.
Dermapen facials work so well for dry skin because they increase the turnover of skin cells. When you get a Dermapen facial, blood flow to the skin on your face is increased, and collagen production is sparked, encouraging the formation of new, youthful skin cells.
To schedule a facial or learn more about your options, get in touch with Dr. Averilla today. Call our Las Vegas, Nevada, office at 702-342-0028 or request your appointment online. You can also send a message to Dr. Averilla and the team here on the website.