Types of Facial Rejuvenation Treatments

November 24, 2014 at 5:41 pm Leave a comment

PICTURE FOR SPRAY TAN BLOGGlow on your wedding day with a facial rejuvenation treatment. Rejuvenation seeks to address skin irregularities such as acne scars, sun spots, wrinkles and veins. Each person has a unique skin type and the best rejuvenation treatment for yours will vary according to your kind of skin, always consult before choosing a treatment. The primary skin types include oily, dry, combination, sensitive and mature. Factors that affect the quality of your skin may include diet, exercise, daily care, water and lifestyle. Read on to learn about types of facial rejuvenation treatments.


Revive your skin for your wedding day with a microdermabrasion, a type of medical-grade exfoliation. The procedure involves the use of a device that removes dead skin cells from the upper layer skin. Begin treatments two to three months before your ceremony. Expect minimal downtime and apply sunscreen between treatments. Best results are often obtained with 4 -6 treatments about 10 -14 days each apart.

Chemical Peels

Improve the appearance of your skin for wedding day photographs with a skin peel or chemical peel, a type of procedure that involves the application of a chemical solution to the face to remove dead skin cells. The purpose is to make the skin blister or peel revealing fresh new skin underneath. Intended to reduce the appearance of fine lines around the eyes and mouth, lessen sun damage, and minimize acne scars. The benefit is an improved look and feel to your skin. The procedure takes place in a medical facility or doctor’s office. Depending on the type of chemical peel applied, recovery may take a few weeks to several months.


Before you exchange vows, treat yourself to a photofacial, a type of face treatment utilizing light-based technology. The main purpose of a photofacial is to treat brown spots, reduce the appearance of broken capillaries and boost collagen. There are two types of photofacials: IPL (intense-pulsed light) and LED (light-emitting diode). For boosting collagen or reducing acne consider an LED photofacial. Choose an IPL treatment for broken capillaries, brown spots or overall redness. The procedures take place in a medical spa or doctor’s office. Expect approximately 3 -6 treatments about three weeks apart.

Laser Resurfacing

Enhance the appearance of your face with laser resurfacing; a type of treatment using lasers to improve minor imperfections of the skin. Benefits of laser resurfacing include reducing scars, lessoning sun damage and decreasing fine wrinkles. There are two types of laser resurfacing: ablative and non-ablative. Ablative effects shows almost immediately and results may last for years. Non-ablative results are gradual and slow to show. Laser resurfacing is performed by a trained specialist or doctor. Allow several months in before your wedding for recovery and to observe results.

Important Things to Know

Expect to fill out a form relating any prior medical conditions or allergies. Consult with your doctor or esthetician well in advance of your procedure to ask questions.

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