Almost everyone has that “one” issue with their skin that they struggle with—it could be oily skin, acne, dry or flaky skin, sensitive skin, wrinkles, age spots, dark circles, or a variety of other things. Aside from routine face care like cleansing and moisturizing, sometimes these different skin conditions warrant more extensive facial treatment to achieve the type of ageless, natural beauty you dream of having.
When it comes to facial treatments, there are almost endless options in a wide range of price ranges. Some of the most involved facial treatments typically found at med spas are services such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, laser resurfacing, IPL skin rejuvenation and more. While these procedures are effective in rejuvenating the skin’s appearance, they also come with a hefty price tag. Luckily, med spas aren’t the only place you’ll find facial treatment to correct even the most problematic skin conditions. There are several products you can use at home that help revitalize your skin—and many of them are natural products, too.
Retinol – While there’s no magic bullet to achieving perfectly flawless skin, Retinol comes pretty close. It can help improve conditions ranging from cystic acne to age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles. Retinol is a derivative of Vitamin A that accelerates cell turnover. All of those new cells mean that skin can revitalize quickly, and consistent retinol use can lead to the fading of age spots and wrinkles, the prevention of acne, lightening of acne scars, and more. To get these types of results at home affordably, we recommend Geneva Naturals Advanced Anti-Aging Retinol Cream.
Hyaluronic Acid – This is a naturally occurring element in skin that holds moisture and keeps skin constantly renewed. It’s a crucial ingredient for achieving skin that is youthful, hydrated, and supple. There are a lot of different forms of hyaluronic acid in skin care products, but Geneva Naturals Advanced Anti-Aging Retinol Cream also has hyaluronic acid, which means you get the benefits of two powerful ingredients along with other natural products all in one application.
Face Masks – Facial masks are probably what you think of when going to the spa—complete with cucumbers on your eyes. But clay and mud masks are actually a great facial treatment you can do at home, too. Depending on the specific ingredients in the masks, they can help absorb excess oil, draw out impurities, help heal blemishes, soothe and rejuvenate the skin, and more.