Clinical Facials vs. Chemical Peels

With so many great skin care treatments available, it can be hard to know which ones will benefit your unique skin type or skin condition. Two of the most commonly sought after skin treatments at Barba Skin Clinic include clinical facials and chemical peels. Learn about benefits and differences of both below.

What is a Clinical Facial?

Facials are topical skin treatments that can treat any area of the body including the face or back. They are commonly used to remedy conditions such as:

Facials can be used to clean pores, release whitehead or blackheads, exfoliate and remove bacteria, dirt and dead skin cells. A gentle facial massage or microdermabrasion may be used in conjunction with masks, anti-oxidant serums, hydrating products and more.

Types of Clinical Facials Offered at Barba Skin Clinic

Barba Skin Clinic has the experience and knowledge to administer any time of clinical facial to treat the skin conditions and types listed above. Some of the most popular clinical facials offered at our clinic include:

Medical Benefits of Clinical Facials

In addition to feeling great, clinical facials have many medical benefits as well. Getting into the routine of clinical facial treatments will reduce toxins, dirt and grease found in your skin. Keeping your skin clean will reduce the chances of developing acne, cystic acne and uneven skin tone.

Clinical facials are also great for increasing the blood circulation in your face. This will help your body naturally increase new cell production, helping you look younger for longer.

What is a Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel is a chemical solution that is applied to the face, back, hands or neck and causes the skin to slightly blister and peel. The purpose of a chemical peel is to remove damaged and dead skin cells, revealing smooth, new and undamaged skin to heal. Chemical peels are most commonly used to treat:

Types of Chemical Peels at Barba Skin Clinic

Barba Skin Clinic offers a variety of customized chemical peels to treat conditions of the skin. Some of our favorite chemical peels to administer include:

Learn More About the Differences in Clinical Facials and Chemical Peels

If you are still unsure which skin care treatment is right for you, contact the aestheticians at Barba Skin Clinic in Miami, FL. During a skin care consultation, our team will decide if your condition is best treated using a clinical facial, chemical peel or other treatment type our facility offers.

Call 305-576-1133 or send a message through our online contact form to schedule an appointment or to receive more information today.

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4770 Biscayne Blvd, Suite #120
Miami, FL 33137
305.576.1133

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