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- $30 for one basic facial ($60 value)
- $85 for three basic facials ($180 value)
- $50 for one organic facial ($100 value)
- $145 for three organic facials ($300 value)
Acne: From A to Zit
Some facials can help clear up acne or its lingering effects. Learn how to prolong the results with our close look at acne.
Pores have many important jobs: emitting sweat, sprouting hair, producing sebum to keep the hair and skin soft, waterproof, and pettable. But when they get clogged with dirt, dead cells, and other debris, they become a breeding ground for acne. The skin's natural oils may get trapped under the plug, causing a raised bump called a blackhead (when the pore is large and open enough that the material inside gets oxidized) or whitehead (when the pore is nearly closed).
This comedonal acne isn't painful, or even particularly noticeable. But if the bumps get irritated, or fill with bacteria-fighting pus, then you've got inflammatory acne—the big, red pimples that keep sitcom characters home from prom. Even more severe is cystic acne, which occurs when the built-up oils rupture the follicle wall, spreading bacteria deep under the skin. This type of acne takes longer to go away, and penetrates far down enough to damage collagen in the dermis, leading to the "ice-pick" pitting associated with acne scars.
Most people experience comedonal and inflammatory acne at some point in their lives, particularly during adolescence. Though it might be a nuisance, skin-deep zits generally don't scar and can be treated with over-the-counter products, some of which can even be incorporated into a spa facial. (Look for products that use pore-clearing salicylic acid if you've got blackheads and whiteheads, or bacteria-killing benzoyl peroxide if you're dealing with redness and pus.) It's also sometimes possible to clear up acne through a change in habits, since outbreaks may be caused by environmental factors such as being in the sun too much or using beauty products that irritate the skin.
The stylists at Reveal Yourself never cover up their clients' natural beauty—they merely enhance it, helping guests adopt an outward style that reflects who they are inside. The vast service menu addresses nearly every beauty concern: hairstylists tackle basic cuts and blow-dries with the same finesse they give to color correction treatments an keratin conditioning treatments. Aestheticians, meanwhile, concern themselves with making skin look its best, waxing away unwanted hair and soothing dry or blemished complexions with facials. But while the team excels at everyday transformations, special occasions are its specialty: makeup artists and hairstylists pool their collective talents so brides look their best in photographs and while standing atop their own cake.
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