What do you think? Have you tried an oxygen facial or product? What concerns you most: potential long-term damage or instant effects?
For me, skincare is all about long-term and lasting benefits rather than quick fixes (thank the beauty goddess for make-up!), so I'd be asking a whole lot of questions before spending up on oxygen therapies and products. Though I can see why free radicals wouldn't be top of everyone's list of concerns. Oxygen is a powerful acne killer (acne is anaerobic - it doesn't like oxygen), so I can see why someone with acne might want to slay spots now and worry about wrinkles later.
I'd have a facial for sure! If it's instant, I'm in. And I'd only have to try it once to know for myself if it really has instant effects and how long they last.
Go for it, i have been a therapist for the past 20 yrs working with Heritage Healers Echo2 system in a salon for the past 8yrs. I have seen no other treatment with results like it, instant, accumulative and long lasting. For acne-anti aging- post lazer and scaring. The Echo2 system has a patant to safely deliver the oxygen and vitamins as a nutrient to the deeper layers of the skin.Dr Gardener who created the Echo2 system was the first person to successfully achieve this. YES oxygen is a 2 edge sword so make sure they use a plastic nebuliser not a metal spray gun and medical oxygen not compressed air machines and the result will speak for itself.
Do it if you enjoy it, but don't buy into oxygen therapy as a anti-ageing miracle. Oxygen creates free radicals when it reacts with cells, not because of the way it's introduced to the skin. But it would be effective in treating acne.
Long term damage is my major concern but I'm not sure if I have had an oxygen facial. My beauty salon uses Guinot and I feel like a million dollars after the facial.
I will definately try it as soon as there is some studies that show that there is none or little long-lasting damage.
I've only tried facials before, I always find that my skin looks more balanced and feels fresher afterwards.
I use a facemask but haven't tried this
Hmmm..I'm wondering the same thing too. I'm about to pay for 6 microdermabrasion sessions and I got asked if I wanted the oxygen part with it....lol. It's an extra $50 per session, so it's not exactly cheap. I'm kind of an instant gratification kind of girl. I'll probably end up paying for it for the first session, if I can feel/see it working then I'll keep doing it, if not then I'll stick to the standard.
omg i want a facemask they look so cool
Is there a way that antioxidants can be applied to the skin after the oxygen facial to neutralize the free radicals or would this take away the benefits of having the facial in the first place?
Never tried this interesting though
Long term effects is what I would aim for rather than 'instant' results which won't last long.
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