Tired, dull skin puts a damper on any spring day, but our medical spa treatments can give you healthy, glowing skin just in time for the new season.
Exfoliate to Brighten
Your skin has a natural cycle of cell regeneration that involves the shedding of older cells and the emergence of new cells. The dead skin cells can remain on your face if they are not removed with your cleanser. Exfoliation removes these cells to reveal newer cells and stimulate cell turnover. The result is an immediately brighter complexion.
Clean Your Pores
Your pores produce oils that hydrate and protect your skin. Unfortunately, these oils also mix with dirt and dead skin cells on the surface of your skin, and the combination soaks into your pores. This creates the perfect environment for clogged pores and acne, as well as making your pores enlarged. Medical spa treatments remove the dirt, oils, bacteria and dead skin cells from your pores, and help reduce the size of your pores.
Hydrating your skin keeps it supple and healthy. Many products only rest on the surface of the skin, leaving the deeper layers without the necessary moisture. Professional medical spa treatments use serums and treatments that penetrate all the layers of skin. Your skin not only looks better, but it also feels smooth and supple.
Protection is Key
You will love the results of your medical spa treatments, and you should protect your skin from being damaged by the sun and environment. We recommend that you wear sunscreen throughout the year, not just during the summer. Professional skin care products are another great investment for having healthy skin for many years. The products help you manage any conditions, such as acne, and can delay the effects of aging, such as fine lines, age spots and other concerns.
Learn More About Spring Medical Spa Treatments. Contact NUBO Spa.
To learn more about medical spa treatments to exfoliate, cleanse, hydrate and protect your skin this spring, contact NUBO Spa to schedule an appointment. You can contact our spa in Kensington directly at (510) 637-9394.