Facials in Dallas, TX

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What Is A Facial?

Having a home skin care routine with good products can help maintain a great complexion, but sometimes you may need better results with a professional facial. Personalized to meet the needs and concerns of your complexion, board-certified physician Dr. Tricia Shimer recommends regular professional facials for her Dallas, TX patients as part of a healthy skin care routine. After a thorough consultation to evaluate both visible and hidden skin damage, the ideal medical-grade products and techniques will be chosen to treat your complexion. To further rejuvenate and pamper your skin, enhance your results by adding a complementary procedure, such as a chemical peel or IPL (intense pulsed light) therapy. Schedule an appointment for a professional, custom facial at Evolve Med Spa to elevate the health and beauty of your skin to a new level.

Can I Have A Facial?

At Evolve Med Spa, we customize each facial to the patient's specific needs and concerns, making this an ideal procedure for all ages and skin types. Often, facials are used to correct early signs of aging (wrinkles, fine lines, dryness), improve sun-damaged skin (spots, rough texture, uneven tone), deep clean to help clogged pores and acne, and brighten dull and sallow skin. Facials are performed to help teens or adults with chronic conditions, like acne outbreaks, sensitive skin, and rosacea. The results of a professional facial can be strengthened by combining another skin treatment, such as a chemical peel.

Our Facial Technique

After your consultation to create your unique treatment plan based on your skin type and needs, you will lie back in one of our treatment rooms as your professional facial is performed by our certified aesthetician. Every facial process will be customized, but most treatments will start with a deep cleansing to eliminate any dirt, oil, makeup, and lotion. After cleaning the skin, steam is often safely used to open the pores so whiteheads and blackheads can be easily extracted. This is often followed by exfoliation, either performed manually or with an added treatment. A mask or serum will be massaged in for deep nourishment. At the end of your treatment, an SPF moisturizer will be applied to protect the skin from UV damage.

After Your Facial

Following your facial, you may see mild redness and irritation, but this should fade on its own in 12 – 24 hours. Most patients will have visible improvements in the appearance and touch of their complexion immediately after their facial. To maintain the benefits of your facial, please talk to one of our skilled team members for advice about creating a home skin care routine and how often you can schedule a facial at Evolve Med Spa. Dr. Shimer's team of certified skin care professionals can recommend other procedures based on your needs. 

how often do i need a facial?

Ideally, you should get a facial about once a month to improve the health and appearance of your skin. Regular, professional facials at Evolve Med Spa exfoliate dead skin cells and improve your skin so it looks and feels great. During your consultation, your aesthetician will recommend how often to make appointments for facials to reach your initial goals and then to keep your skin healthy. In time, you might want to get different types of facials and get different add-on treatments to fit your needs. All of these are performed in our Dallas, TX office.

Put Your Best Face Forward

At Evolve Med Spa in Dallas, TX, we understand the benefits of looking and feeling your best at all times. Board-certified physician Dr. Tricia Shimer has noticed that her patients who get regular facials seem to have clearer and healthier complexions. Each facial at Evolve Med Spa is personalized for your needs so let us help you put your most beautiful face to the world. Contact our Dallas, TX office to make an appointment for a professional facial or any of our skin services.

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