The Best Facials

What is a Facial?

A facial is a skin treatment of the face designed to clean, tone and improve the skin's texture. A Facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin.

How often should I get a Facial?

It varies from person to person. Usually once a month is recommended because that's how long it takes the skin to regenerate. Try to get a facial at least 4 times a year as the season changes.

Why is extraction important?

Because it helps the removal of blackheads or/and whiteheads. Extraction can cause broken capillaries and discoloration if done improperly, these are the reasons why is important to have a professional facial.


Prices

Basic Facial
Basic facial care includes five easy steps: cleansing, exfoliating, toning, moisturizing and applying sunscreen. In the Basic Facial machines (ultrasonic , high frequency, LED light Therapy are not included)
$60
Advanced Facial With Collagen
The advanced facial is the ultimate best facial, combining all of exceptional vitamins and machines into one long session that will instantly rejuvenate dull, tired skin
$75
Deep Pore Cleaning $80
Facial Oily Problem Skin $80

Acne Facial
During an Acne Facial, the esthetician begins by thoroughly cleansing the skin. Various masks, steam baths, and facial massage may be incorporated into the treatment. The esthetician will use products to reduce surface oil, remove dead skin cells, she will extract blackheads, pimples, closed comedones and soothe, or hydrate the skin. Venus spa and salon offers the best Acne Facial. We don’t use products that contain oils or other ingredients that could make you break out. We also make sure that our environment is sterile and all of our instruments are cleaned and sterilized. During the Acne Facial, you will receive a Medical extraction. The Medical Aesthetician will clean out your clogged pores, eliminating your comedones ( Whiteheads and blackheads) and decreasing the inflammatory acne lesions. Acne scarring and post-acne hyperpigmentation can be treated with Chemical Peel and Microneedling.

Your esthetician can also recommend products for at-home use, like cleansers and moisturizers, that won't aggravate your acne.

$85

Anti-aging With Retinol
An anti-aging facial will have all the steps of a basic facial, but with ingredients that are targeted to aging or "mature" skin, which is usually age 40 and up. But you can have anti-aging facials even when you're in your late twenties or early thirties because the skin is already showing signs of maturity.

An anti-aging facial might include a chemical peel, collagen masks, age spot removal and special serums that have antioxidants like vitamin C or ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which attracts water to cells) exfoliates and nourishes the skin to promote clear, well-hydrated skin.

$85
Men's Facial
Men’s Facial is a facial that will Specifically target men's skin type. Customized for a gentleman's specific skin needs, a deep cleansing is followed by an exfoliating scrub and extraction. The treatment concludes with a cool, soothing algae mask to balance and hydrate your skin, also helping alleviate shaving irritation.
$65
Teenager's Facial
Facials for teens are often designed to specifically address breakouts that frequently are associated with adolescent skin. Teen best facials typically begin with a deep cleansing, followed by gentle extractions. A healing mask will then help to rehydrate dry, flaky skin, or eliminate oily particles.
Created with the teen’s complexion needs in mind, these teenagers facial can help with persisting teen skincare troubles or prevent them before the problem starts.
$55
Paraffin Facial $85

What is a Chemical Peel?

Chemicals peels are mild peels, very invigorative and very effective, they use lactic, citric, salicylic, kojic-acid. That help to repair and reduces breakouts, control oil, soften lines and smooth skin texture. PCA peel have no down time and are an excellent way to treat acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles and sun damage along with sensitive skin of rosacea and those being treated with chemotherapy. Your PCA certified aesthetician will select the perfect formulation, customizing your treatment to give your skin all it needs to produce a glowing, more radiant healthy skin with our Chemical Peels. We recommend a series of 3-6 treatments.



PCA Face and Body Peel

Feet $120
Back Full $150
Back Half $90
Decollete $100
Hands $80
Arm $150
Face $160

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Pre-Peel Instructions

You will be having a light peel treatment on the day of your appointment. Please follow the outline below to prepare. Use of PCA SKIN® daily care products prior to your peel will prepare the skin, allow for better treatment results and reduce the risk of complications. This is recommended but not mandatory. Please consult your physician or skin care clinician for appropriate recommendations for your skin type and condition.

It is recommended that you take the following into consideration:

For best results and to reduce the risk of complications, it is recommended that you use PCA SKIN® daily care products 10 to 14 days prior to treatment.

If you are lactating, pregnant or may be pregnant, only an Oxygenating Trio® or Detox Gel Deep Pore Treatment is appropriate. Consult your OB/GYN before receiving any treatment.

Do not go to a tanning bed two weeks prior to treatment. This practice should be discontinued due to the increased risk of skin cancer and signs of aging.

It is recommended that extended sun exposure be avoided, especially in the 10 days prior to treatment.

It is recommended to delay use of tretinoin, Retin-A®, Renova®, Differin®, Tazorac®, Avage®, EpiDuo™, Ziana® and high-percentage AHA and BHA products for approximately five days prior to treatment. Consult your physician before temporarily discontinuing use of any prescription medications. PCA SKIN® superficial peels result in little to no downtime but create dramatic and visible results. Treatments may cause slight redness, tightness, peeling, flaking or temporary dryness. Most patients find it unnecessary to apply makeup, as the skin will be smooth, dewy and radiant following your treatment. If you would like to apply makeup, allow approximately 15 minutes for the pH of the skin to stabilize before applying foundation.

Post-Peel Instructions

Two days post-procedure:

Stay cool! Heating internally can cause hyperpigmentation.

Do not put the treated area directly into a hot shower spray.

Do not use hot tubs, steam rooms or saunas.

Do not go swimming.

Do not participate in activities that would cause excessive perspiration.

Do not use loofahs or other means of mechanical exfoliation.

Do not direct a hair dryer onto the treated area.

Do not apply ice or ice water to the treated area.

General Guidelines:

After receiving a PCA SKIN® professional treatment, you should not necessarily expect to 'peel'. However, light flaking in a few localized areas for several days is typical. Most patients who undergo these treatments have residual redness for approximately one to twelve hours post-procedure.

As with all peels and treatments, it is recommended that makeup not be applied the day of treatment, as it is ideal to allow the skin to stabilize and rest overnight; however, makeup may be applied 15 minutes after the treatment if desired.

To minimize side effects and maximize results use the Post-Procedure Products for three to five days or until flaking has resolved.

If the skin feels tight, apply ReBalance for normal skin types or Silkcoat® Balm for drier skin types to moisturize as needed. For maximum hydration, you can apply Hydrating Serum under ReBalance or Silkcoat® Balm.

Moisturizer should be applied at least twice a day but can be applied more frequently for hydration and to decrease the appearance of flaking.

It is recommended that other topical, over-the-counter medications oralpha hydroxy acid products not be applied to the skin seven days post procedure, as they may cause irritation.

It is recommended to delay use of tretinoin, Retin-A®, Differin®, Renova®, Tazorac®, Avage® EpiDuo™ or Ziana® five days post-procedure.

Consult your physician before temporarily discontinuing use of any prescription medications.

Avoid direct sun exposure and excessive heat. Use Weightless Protection SPF 45, Perfecting Protection SPF 30, Protecting Hydrator SPF 30 or Hydrator Plus SPF 30 for broad-spectrum UV protection.

Do not go to a tanning bed for at least two weeks post-procedure. This practice should be discontinued due to the increased risk of skin cancer and signs of aging.

Do not pick or pull on any loosening or peeling skin. This could potentially cause hyperpigmentation.

Do not have electrolysis, facial waxing or use depilatories for approximately five days.

Do not have another treatment until your clinician advises you to do so.

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