By now, we all know that oxygen is vital to, you know, breathing and living. Lack of oxygen causes dullness, sagging, dryness, and crepe-iness—not a good look on anyone. After all, it seemed like the perfect alternative to those afraid of going under the knife or needle. I love a good oxygen facial myself—the suction-like motion is weirdly pleasant and soothing—but experienced something this past weekend that blew every past facial out of the water. Allow me to explain.
A Breath of Fresh Air Oxygen Facial
Move Aside, Oxygen Facial! THIS Skin Treatment is the Next Big Thing
But, the negative effects of environmental and ageing factors reduce oxygen levels to make the skin appear dull and dry. Toxins and pollutants in the air around us and the natural ageing process affect oxygen levels in the skin cells. Supplying the skin with the oxygen by means of an oxygen skin treatment can help tackle and treat these concerns. It rejuvenates the skin and brings about positive changes such as improved skin texture and glow, and reduced the appearance of fine lines.
Facial skin oxygenation
Correction Appended. Last week Ms. Evangelou discovered a treatment courtesy of Madonna that she says could be the next big thing: the hyperbaric oxygen facial.
It needs proper care and commitment. Layers of makeup cannot give you the feeling that you get when you have naturally beautiful skin. And the oxygen facial treatment helps you achieve that. So, what exactly is the oxygen facial and what does it do?