Geneo Facial: The Ultimate Oxygen Facial


If you struggle with dry, dull facial skin, you may be wondering how you can hydrate your skin and restore a fresh, even tone. At Cell Theory: Institute of Cellular & Aesthetic Medicine we offer Oxygen facials, such as the Geneo facial. These are easy treatments that offer patients fresh, glowing skin in a simple, non-invasive treatment.

What Is an Oxygen Facial?

An oxygen facial is a non-invasive treatment designed to hydrate the skin and encourage collagen production. During an oxygen facial, oxygen-containing hydrating molecules are blown into the skin, promoting cell turnover and eliminating common environmental toxins that cover the skin’s surface. 

Patients who undergo oxygen facials experience a pleasant treatment that drives deep into the pores, eliminating bacteria and debris and allowing for better product absorption. 

The facial also acts as an exfoliator, similar to microdermabrasion or Hydrafacial. During the treatment, the top layer of the skin is gently removed, revealing the fresher, underlying skin.

What Skin Concerns Can an Oxygen Facial Treat?

The Geneo facial can treat a variety of skin concerns, including:

  • Excess oil that causes acne
  • Hyperpigmentation and age spots
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Environmental toxins 

Oxygen facials are perfect for enhancing hydration and eliminating the appearance of dry skin. They can be performed on all skin types and tones, including sensitive skin.

Who Is a Good Candidate for an Oxygen Facial?

Most people are good candidates for an oxygen facial. There are few contraindications to undergoing the facial because it’s non-invasive and doesn’t use products that can irritate some skin types.

The best candidates for oxygen facials have dull and tired skin and are seeking facial rejuvenation. They may have fine lines and wrinkles or light age spots and hyperpigmentation. 

People with oily skin are encouraged to try oxygen facials since the procedure can balance the skin’s oil production and prevent the excess oil that causes acne.

The procedure is also an excellent option for patients with dry skin. Frequently, skin care products such as retinol can lead to dry skin, and oxygen facials can restore the moisture balance, resulting in a more hydrated appearance. 

Anyone concerned about environmental toxins and pollutants, including UV rays and blue light, can use an oxygen facial to clear their impact on the skin. 

Before scheduling your Geneo facial, we’ll make sure that you’re a good candidate for the treatment. We may recommend other procedures if you’re not a good candidate for an oxygen facial.

Oxygen Facial Benefits: What to Expect

There are several benefits to undergoing an oxygen facial. Here are a few.

Renew the Skin

An oxygen facial helps renew dull, tired skin. While many people turn to exfoliation techniques like microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and HydraFacials for dull skin, an oxygen facial offers similar results. But while other treatments use solutions and equipment that may irritate some skin types, the oxygen facial does not. 

Obtain a Youthful Glow

Sometimes, patients don’t realize how dull their skin looks until they undergo an oxygen facial. Patients who have never tried cosmetic facial treatments are often surprised at how much more vibrant their skin appears following the procedure. A youthful, hydrated look to your skin is one of the best gifts you can give yourself.

Restore the Skin’s Natural Moisture Balance

Sometimes, your skin’s moisture balance becomes disrupted due to medications, skin care products, and environmental pollutants. You can restore moisture balance and obtain evenly hydrated skin with an oxygen facial. 

Individuals who choose oxygen facials find the treatment makes their skin less oily and promotes an even moisture balance. 

Reduce Skin Imperfections

With sun exposure and age often come imperfections that lead to brown spots and undesirable fine lines and wrinkles. While an oxygen facial can’t remove these imperfections completely, it can diminish them. 

Since the oxygen facial acts as an exfoliator, the top layer of the skin is removed, resulting in fewer fine lines and lighter brown spots.

Control Acne

Overly active oil glands may result in whiteheads, blackheads, and acne bumps. Oxygen facials help restore oil balance to your skin. The result is fewer breakouts and clearer skin.

Control Environmental Pollutants That Dull the Skin

Did you know that environmental pollutants dull the skin’s surface? Harmful UV rays, blue light, pollution, and other debris all contribute to a dim appearance of the skin. However, an oxygen facial removes waste and toxins from your pores, resulting in a much brighter appearance.

Have a Relaxing Experience

People enjoy facials for two reasons: They’re relaxing and provide results. An oxygen facial is genuinely enjoyable. We’ll provide the treatment in our comfortable spa surroundings, allowing you to forget your worries for a time and indulge in some serious self-care.

Reduce Skin Laxity

No one can prevent skin laxity; it’s the result of the body’s natural aging processes. Over time, skin becomes looser than it was in your teenage years and 20s. Oxygen facials encourage the skin to tighten by stimulating cell renewal. 

Enhance Collagen Production

Another effect of aging is reduced collagen production. The body starts making less collagen as early as your mid-20s. Collagen helps keep your face tight and free of lines. It also corrects common skin issues like acne scars, stretch marks, and hyperpigmentation. 

Oxygen facials reach into the deepest layers of the skin to trigger collagen production. Patients often notice brighter skin with fewer imperfections.

Experience Oxygen Facial Benefits for Yourself

At Cell Theory: Institute of Cellular & Aesthetic Medicine, we offer Geneo facials for patients seeking a complete facial rejuvenation. Contact our office in Miami, FL, to schedule an appointment today.

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