Have you ever treated yourself to a facial? A good facial starts with cleansing your face gently. Then you steam and massage it to improve circulation and bring a healthy glow to your skin.
A facial, no matter what kind you get, can be life-changing—for your skin and soul alike. But considering there's more variety now than ever and the fact that many don't come cheap makes picking the right one is essential. To ensure that you do, we're decoding the most notorious facials, from tried-and-true brightening to the state-of-the-art Vampire Facial made famous by Kim Kardashian in one fell selfie.
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By Anitra Brown. People get facials for different reasons: While some people want to remove those horrible blackheads, others want some help with an anti-again regimen. And, then there are the people who just want to relax and be pampered.
In high school, my favorite place to hang out was my esthetician's office. As bourgeois as it sounds, it was the one place other than my house where I felt loved and cared for. The estheticians at Southlake Clinical Aesthetics in Southlake, Texas, would shower me with compliments and let me tell them about my crush of the month — all while perfecting my skin.
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Amy Held. File photo shows a patient receiving a "vampire facial" whereby platelet-rich plasma is isolated from the blood and then re-injected into the face. The vampire facial was only supposed to sound scary. Sure, it involves extracting the patient's own blood, isolating the platelet-rich plasma by spinning it in a centrifuge and then re-injecting it into the face.