What is an Oxygen Facial?

Kate Middleton, before her nuptials to Prince William, reportedly got a series of oxygen facials to ensure her skin would have a natural and healthy glow. However, long before the Duchess got them, it was Madonna, the queen of pop that first endorsed this unique facial in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar.

According to Phoenix based celebrity facialist, Dannielli Marcelino, this spa treatment hydrates the skin, immediately firming and plumping out fine lines and wrinkles. This is perfect for women in their 40s and older but perhaps more significant for those in their 30’s as it prevents aging skin. And this is a celebrity skin care secret that can help you achieve youthful and glowing skin.

Additionally, this facial solves the problem of dehydration as you age. Why is this so important? Dry skin can be easily damaged as it lacks the protective barrier that moisturized skin naturally has.

The oxygen facial pumps pure oxygen into your skin and it is infused with a mixture of hyaluronic-acid and vitamins. The results when you’re done is simply glowing skin. This is why this treatment has become the ultimate facial for A-list celebs and women in the know.

Since the 1930’s doctors have used hyperbaric — meaning high-pressure— oxygen inhalation chambers to force pure oxygen into the blood stream and tissue of oxygen-deprived deep-sea divers. The spas and dermatologists promoting these facials describe them as a way to force oxygen and moisturizers temporarily into aging skin. This is the ultimate hydration therapy and will revitalize your skin giving you a complexion that is smooth, clear and glowing. You can get the ultimate oxygen facial at Suddenly Slimmer Day & Med Spa.

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