Peels &

Facials

Facials

Facials to Bring Out the Glow in your Skin

Reduce fine lines, acne scarring, sun damage and dull skin improving your overall skin tone with the help of Kawartha Cosmetic Clinic. Two proven methods are used to help you start seeing results sooner than you would have thought possible; a peel and an oil control treatment!
Beverly Hills

Beverly HIlls stimulator peel

Beverly Hills Stimulator Peel: A revolutionary beta/alpha acid spa peel stimulates cellular turnover, reduces fine lines and wrinkles improving overall skin tone, texture and clarity without downtime.

Ossential Acne and Oil Control Treatment: A combination of AHA’s and salicylic acid are used to minimize excess oil production and tighten pores. Calm, clear and healthier oil-free skin is revealed, minimizing acne scarring.

Facial Peel

SKIN TX JESSNER PEEL

Skin TX Daily Care + TX Jessner Plus Treatment: The Jessner Plus peel is a FDA affordable alternative to laser treatment. It delivers fast results, targeting and reducing the appearance of age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, while firming and tightening your tissue. It is also an effective way of combatting acne and acne scars. There is down time of 3-5 days with this treatment. Visit Kawartha Cosmetic Clinic today to learn more about how the age-old practice of peeling can resurface and rejuvenate your skin!
dermaplaning

Kawartha Cosmetic Clinic Medical Facial

Why choose a medical-grade facial?

Performed in a Medical Cosmetic Clinic, medical facials cleanse, exfoliate, extract, and hydrate skin using a combination of medical-grade products and tools. Suitable for a variety of skin types, these highly-customizable treatments improve the appearance of several skin concerns including fine lines and wrinkles, skin firmness, skin texture, pore congestion, and acne.

What are medical facials?

A medical facial follows the same general steps as a classic spa facial, including cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, and hydration. The primary difference between these two treatments is that medical facials are performed in a physician’s office using medical-grade products and tools. The overall results therefore appear more effective.

Since medical facials are performed within a Medical Cosmetic Clinic, and the skincare professional administering the treatment is able to affect the skin at a deeper level. For example, a low concentration chemical peel may be used during a classic spa facial, whereas high-concentration, unbuffered acids can be used during a medical facial.

Medical facials are highly customizable and can be tailored to your specific skin needs and concerns. Additional treatment add-ons such a dermaplaning and or Microdermabrasion may be incorporated to physically exfoliate the top layer of the skin and enhance the absorption of the chemical peel solution. Medical facials are also an effective complement to in-office treatments such as dermal fillers and laser skin resurfacing.

Who is a good candidate for a medical facial?

Since medical facials are highly customizable, they can effectively address a wide spectrum of skin concerns, making them appropriate for nearly everyone. Your skin care professional will work with you to understand your specific skin needs and will recommend a customized medical facial treatment plan.

Although medical facials can easily be customized using a variety of tools and products, there are some conditions that may preclude treatment including the use of medications that render skin very sensitive. As with any form of facial treatment, certain active ingredients and modalities such as laser resurfacing should be avoided if you are pregnant or have a heart condition. It is important that you discuss with your skincare professional any allergies, skin sensitivity, underlying conditions, or medications being taken prior to receiving a medical facial.

What will I experience during a medical facial?

A medical facial is generally performed in a Medical Cosmetic Clinic. During the treatment, your skin care professional will cleanse, steam, exfoliate, and replenish your skin using a combination of modalities such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and dermaplaning. Additional treatments including intense pulsed light (IPL), radiofrequency, or microneedling may also be incorporated.

Depending on the treatments performed, the facial may last 30 minutes to 1.5 hours. You may also experience some mild discomfort and downtime. This is contingent upon the concentration of ingredients used and what procedures were performed. After the procedure is completed, it is important that you follow the post-procedure protocol outlined by your skincare professional. This is especially important if your medical facial incorporates treatments that increase your skin’s sensitivity to UV light.

When is the best time to get a medical facial?

When and how often to get a medical facial depends on a variety of factors including skin concerns, desired outcome, and the type of treatment performed. If you are looking to improve chronic acne, you may benefit from a series of medical facials spaced 4-6 weeks apart. If you are seeking quick skin rejuvenation to improve radiance prior to a big event, you may benefit from a single medical facial. However, the results are generally more pronounced after a series of treatments.

Since these facial treatments leverage medical-grade products and tools, it is recommended that they are performed during periods when sun exposure will be limited. This does not necessarily eliminate the summer months, but it is important to be very diligent about sun protection.

Where should I get a medical facial?

Medical facials should be performed by a physician or a licensed aesthetician. As these treatments employ medical-grade tools, they are not entirely risk-free. To avoid any unnecessary side effects, look for a licensed skin care professional with extensive knowledge and a proven track record in delivering safe, effective results.

What should I do after a medical facial?

It is recommended to incorporate an at-home skincare regimen after a medical facial; always consult with your aesthetician for individual at-home advice.