Definition: Oxygen Facial is a general term for a facial treatment that utilizes pressurized oxygen to deliver various benefits to the skin. Here’s how it works:

  • Pressurized oxygen: A device delivers a stream of highly concentrated oxygen to the skin’s surface.
  • Enhanced product absorption: The oxygen stream may help certain skincare products penetrate deeper into the skin.
  • Stimulation of cell regeneration: The increased oxygen exposure is believed to stimulate cell regeneration and promote a more radiant complexion.

Pros: Minimally invasive, painless, potentially improves skin texture and brightness, promotes product absorption, hydrating and refreshing for the skin.

Cons: Limited scientific evidence for long-term benefits, may not be suitable for all skin types or conditions, temporary redness or irritation is possible.

Alternatives: Other facials with hydrating and exfoliating ingredients, antioxidant serums applied topically.

Recovery Time: Minimal downtime, although some slight redness or irritation might occur for a short time.

Disclaimer: While generally safe, consult a dermatologist or aesthetician to determine if an Oxygen Facial is suitable for your skin type and concerns.