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We hear about a new facial treatment every other day. With all the trendy celebrity facials and skincare routines, it’s difficult to catch up and decide on a facial that’s suitable for you. That’s why I’ve put together the 20 different types of facials for all skin types and issues.

It all started with the vampire facial, the LED light mask, the non-surgical facelift… The thing is, some of these treatments are patented while some are just derivatives. But mostly, facials are a combination of different techniques and treatments to achieve a certain result like brightening or smoothing the skin.

Classic Facial

Also known as European facial, classic facial is the most basic type of facial. A classic facial includes steaming of the face, exfoliation, extractions, massaging, maybe some masks, and then the application of serums and moisturizers.

You can get a classic facial as an addition to your skincare routine. You can also get it whenever you feel like pampering yourself. A classic facial is good for maintaining healthy skin as well as targetting specific skin issues like acne reduction.

The benefits of classic facial are maintaining clean, decongested, and glowing skin. It deeply cleanses the face, unclogs pores, evens out the skin tone, and gives you a more radiant complexion.

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Lymphatic Massage Facial

Lymphatic massage facial (lymphatic drainage) is usually a part of other facials such as a classic facial. Besides giving you a super-relaxing experience, lymphatic massage facial reduces puffiness and built-up tension around the face and neck.

It’s all about massaging specific areas on the face and neck to relieve tension and blockage. Lymphatic massage can give you a healthier complexion by increasing circulation. And it also helps remove water retention and toxins.

Microcurrent Facial

Also called microcurrent therapy, microcurrent facial refers to any facial treatment that involves an electrical device. No need to freak out over getting electrocuted. The procedure is completely safe and pain-free. You can get the facial alone or as an additional step to other facials.

The most popular microcurrent facials are Galvanic and High Frequency.

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Galvanic Facial

Galvanic Facial includes the use of galvanic currents to stimulate the face. It’s considered a non-surgical facelift. The procedure is all about stimulating the muscles. This treatment tones the facial muscles and repositions them to give you a more lifted face. It reshapes the face, giving you a more defined look.

The galvanic facial is the ultimate exercise for your face. Out of all the different types of facials, this is one of the best anti-aging facials for wrinkles and aging skin to contour the face. It’s suitable for all skin types to eliminate the signs of aging.


Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive type of facial treatment. Basically, there’s a device with a crystal or diamond tip. This device brushes off the upper layer of your skin while vacuuming anything that comes off. It works like sandpaper over the face.

This treatment removes dead skin cells accumulated over the face. It promotes cell turnover, and collagen and elastin growth. The resurfaced skin looks healthier with less visible lines, pores, and scars. It’s perfect for anyone at any age who wants to get rid of fine lines, scars, and dullness.

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LED Light Therapy

LED light therapy is a non-invasive facial treatment where they use different wavelengths of light to treat different skin issues. The different colors cause different reactions on the skin.

For example, blue light therapy fights inflammation. That’s why it’s perfect for getting rid of acne-causing bacteria and breakouts.

On the other hand, red light and near infra-red light helps your skin heal faster. It promotes collagen growth and skin rejuvenation. This light treats lines and wrinkles.

Laser Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing is an invasive type of facial treatment. The most popular laser used in laser resurfacing is the Fractional CO2 Laser. The term fractional is important. The laser uses fractioned beams to create microscopic wounds in a pattern. The non-wounded cells support wounded ones to speed up healing.

This healing process stimulates new cell generation. Laser resurfacing is the best type of facial for getting rid of fine lines, acne scars, age spots, textured skin, and enlarged pores.

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If you’re suffering from blackheads, whiteheads, and dullness without a major acne problem, Hydrafacial may be just for you. The Hydrafacial machine deeply cleanses the outer layer of your skin in a vacuum-like manner. It sucks any dirt and grime on the face. It’s the ultimate decongesting facial.

After cleansing, the same device infuses several serums into the skin, giving you clean, hydrated, bright, and radiant skin. Hydrafacial is suitable for dry, normal, combination, and oily skin. This fun facial is sometimes the first step for other facials.

Oxygen Facial

An oxygen facial includes the use of a device that sprays out oxygen in a highly-pressured form. After exfoliation and cleansing, your aesthetician applies several vitamin-rich serums to your skin.

That’s where the device comes in. It feeds and nourishes the skin by infusing these antioxidants into it. Oxygen facial is suitable for all skin types. It’s perfect for hydrating and brightening the skin. People with dull and tired-looking skin can find this facial highly beneficial.

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