What is the best facial for mid 20s?

Fine lines, Acne, Scarring, Red blemishes

Doctor Answers 4

Hydrafacial Treatment for Mid 20s

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Hello,

Thanks for your question.

A good sunscreen and aha cream is usually all that is needed, although a Hydrafacial or Clear and Brilliant is a step up and good for your skin if concerned.

Wishing you all the best,

Dr Murray from Absolute Cosmetic Medicine

Oxygen Facial would be the best option for you

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Oxygen Facial  is uniquely designed to cleanse, nourish and revitalize every skin cell through its revolutionary use of the pure oxygen molecule. This patented system is among the first to offer both corrective and preventative skin care, especially when it comes to reducing the effects of aging caused by the sun, free radical damage, and exposure to pollutants.

Facials for mid 20's

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We customize our medical facials to target the specific skin concerns of each patient. Depending on the skincare needs of each individual, be it wrinkles, brown spots, acne or other, we can mix and match additional treatments such as chemical peels and lasers, to layer over our facials for even greater results.
Before each treatment, our renowned board-certified dermatologists work with the aestheticians to determine the best facials for every individual patient. Our goal is to tailor a treatment plan for every patient.

Dennis Gross, MD
New York Dermatologist
4.7 out of 5 stars 11 reviews

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Chemical peels and facials

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Facials are great for people who have a lot of fine acne formed bumps and blackheads/whiteheads on the face. Dermatologists do medical acne blackhead extractions in the office for this type of acne, very similar to the extractions during facials. For someone in their 20's with fine lines and mild acne scars, I would recommend starting with a chemical peel to maintain a bright and rejuvenated complexion.

Joshua L. Fox, MD
Long Island Dermatologic Surgeon
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