Celebrities know how to look flawless every time they step out on the red carpet. You may not have their designer dresses, but by learning their facial secrets, you can look just as breathtakingly radiant no matter what you’re wearing.
Celebrity facial secrets
Offered exclusively at FACE Skincare~Medical~Wellness in Bingham Farms, 3D Face Therapy™ is a cutting-edge celebrity facial treatment designed to peel, plump, and perfect the skin’s radiance and regenerative process, all in a one-hour relaxing facial treatment.
The treatment uses different methods depending on the client’s needs including a combination of peels, oxygen, and light emitting diodes.
“It’s a three in one, it’s a really nice Hollywood type of facial if you’re getting ready for the red carpet or any big event,” Holly CaSaroll, founder and CEO of FACE. “It’ll blow your mind, it looks like you had a face lift and injectibles in one hour.”
The focus in this treatment is on resurfacing, then plumping the skin, then renewing it. “It’s a one hour transformation,” CaSaroll said.
“All three of the therapies are at the cellular level, so it’s
not fluff and buff. The end result gives you the wow factor — and it lasts,” CaSaroll said.
FACE also offers luxury facials that can incorporate seven or more technologies in one.
Celebrities know that if they want their skin to glow, they first need to remove any dead, dull skin that has accumulated on the surface. Their secret weapon is a peel, a topical treatment that lifts away the effects of sun damage, pollution, aging and acne.
Chemical peels are stronger, and although you can do these yourself as well, it’s always a good idea to consult a professional first. A pro will let you know whether a particular chemical product is right for your skin care routine and can recommend tips for post-treatment care. Of course, for the real celebrity treatment, opt for a professionally-done peel. Not only will you feel like a million bucks during this pampering, spa-like experience, but also dermatologists can offer stronger, more effective peels than those you can get for home use.
Your lungs need oxygen, and so does your skin. One of the hottest facial treatments among celebrities today is oxygen therapy. This essential element not only has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, but it also encourages collagen production. Oxygen facials combat signs of aging by plumping and smoothing skin, leave you with a youthful, dewy glow.
Over-the-counter oxygen mask products provide a touch of this treatment at home, but for the full experience, turn to the pros. An in-office treatment involves the careful application of a stream of highly pressurized oxygen. Unlike the oxygen in the air around you, this oxygen is free of pollutants. Not only that, but it is also enhanced with moisturizing, skin-renewing vitamins, minerals and botanical extracts selected for their skin-nourishing benefits.
Would you believe that you can achieve healthier, younger-looking skin with something as simple as light? Celebrities know this to be true, so LED (light-emitting diode) facials have become another significant trend among the Hollywood crowd.
Specific wavelengths of light have been shown to benefit skin, and there’s no heat or recovery time involved. Most commonly, blue light and red light are used in LED therapy. If oil and breakouts are a problem for you, blue light targets the P.acnes bacteria responsible for acne. Anti-aging benefits require red light, which stimulates collagen production, smoothing out the look of your face and minimizing wrinkles.
For personalized treatment tailored especially to your skin’s needs, see a professional who can mix wavelengths. Plus, in-office devices are typically stronger than those available for the self-treatment market.
You might not be walking the red carpet this weekend, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look ready for the part. With the help of your skincare pro, peels, oxygen therapy and LED light treatments will leave you with beautiful skin that’s ready for the big screen.
Meghan Ross is a freelance writer covering all things home and living. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.