Why We Need Facial Treatments
Getting a facial treatment at home is the best way to get personalised skincare advice. But facials are more than a pampering session that you have once a month. They are a healthy way to keep your skin tone even, remove dead skin cells and leave you feeling refreshed.
Your skin accumulates all sorts of debris that quickens the aging process, including millions of toxins a day and a constant barrage of free radicals. Dermoi’s bespoke facials, PCA Perfecting Peel and Osmosis Vitamin Fusion effectively treat your skin concerns.
Regular facials are the best way of clearing the debris. There are many types of treatments, some more effective than others. Our team at Dermoi of scientific experts have curated 2 main facial treatments that you can get at home:
- Chemical Peels - A chemical peel is a popular facial that removes dead skin cells and regenerates new and healthy cells. However, some chemical peels cause skin damage by penetrating beneath the top layer, but our PCA Perfecting Peel is formulated to avoid this and retain your collagen content.
- Vitamin Infusion – This advanced facial treatment typically uses a combination of vitamins, ranging from vitamin A to C to help rejuvenate your skin and keep it looking glowy. Osmosis Vitamin Fusion is a non-damaging substitute for dermabrasion, as it nourishes the skin while also reducing inflammation.
- LED Light Therapy – As a popular non-invasive treatment, LED Light Therapy helps corrects uneven skin tone. It is ideal for those with eczema, acne and sun damage. Blue LED controls oil production and kills bacteria, red LED stimulates fibroblasts for healthy cells, and green LED controls pigmentation and helps brighten the skin.
How To Find The Right Facial For Your Skin
With so many facials on the market, it can be difficult to know which one is best for your skin. Depending on your skin type, this is made worse by some facials actually damaging your skin, despite claiming to rejuvenate it.
Excessive use of facial assets should also be avoided. Repeated use of deep microneedling, and deep chemical peels can lead to skin thinning, pigmentation, and in the long run can lead to premature aging.
Dermoi offers a free skin care consultation so you can find the right facial for you, ensuring that you don’t cause damage to your skin. Our team of experts will identify your skin care concerns so that we can deliver the best results.
The Facial Treatments at Home Dermoi Offer
Dermoi offers two facial treatments at home that repair your skin with long-lasting results. Unlike other treatments, our facials are brought to you and are tailored to your skin concerns. Your aesthetician will give you an in-depth consultation about your lifestyle and nutritional intake to better understand and treat your skin.
This is a chemical peel that uses PCA Skin formulations for a potent exfoliation without scraping the skin barrier. The brand incorporates OmniSomes, a patented version of liposomes, to slowly release active ingredients over ten hours for deeper penetration.
This facial treatment at home includes a vitamin A blend with 10.5% of retinoid to help brighten your skin and reverse the signs of aging. It’s ideal for oily skin.
This is our other facial treatment at home.
We use Osmosis Beauty because their advanced liposomal technology helps the active ingredients penetrate deeper into the skin for greater rejuvenation.
The vitamin infusion facial treats the root causes of premature aging, with actives including vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and more. This can be used to treat a range of skin conditions, including aging and dry skin.
How It Works
Your treatment begins with a powerful double cleansing with warm water to remove debris and dead skin cells.
Both treatments use a face mask (PCA Skin Perfecting Peel with a detoxifying mask and Osmosis Vitamin Infusion with a hydrating mask).
After infusing your skin with key actives, we then use a wide range of technologies, including red, blue and green LED lights, ultra stimulation and galvanic technology. This helps target deeper in the skin, and allows the enzymatic solutions from the Perfecting Peel to slowly control skin resurfacing.
During this, both treatments include a facial massage in a circular motion to not only provide blood stimulation, but also boost cellular activity. This helps to tighten and firm the skin.
The facials at home finish with serums rich in antioxidants and other anti-aging properties to leave your skin feeling, fresh, plump and glowy.
What Experts Are Saying About Dermoi’s Facial Treatments at Home
Monthly facials are more than just a pampering experience. Here at Dermoi, we use active ingredients with liposomal technology to deliver the most efficient facials on the market.
Here’s what Dermoi’s Chief Scientific Officer has got to say on facial treatments at home:
Daily skincare is an absolute must, but monthly facial treatments with advanced technologies will go beyond to intensify your results and preserve the integrity of your skin over time. In addition, the benefit of receiving personalised skin consultation and advice cannot be overlooked.
Here’s what people are saying about Dermoi’s facials:
“The best therapist and facial ever. My skin is glowing and has cleared up since Dermoi!”
– Sian Owen
“…My skin is honestly so good, smooth and soft after my facial with Dermoi!”
– Sophie Hadjipanteli
“Just had the best facial from Dermoi! They come to your house and do advanced facial treatment.”
– Madeleine Shaw
With that in mind, get your first facial free with Dermoi’s treatments here.
Author: Naeem Ali
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