Madonna, Naomi Campbell, Fergie, Eva Longoria, and now You? The Oxygen Infused Facial is becoming increasingly popular, among stars and star-gazers alike.
The oxygen facial uses a machine to mist atomized moisturizers onto the skin using a stream of pressurized oxygen. The treatment is designed to hydrate skin immediately, making the face appear smoother and skin plumper, giving a refreshed look with fewer wrinkles.
But Oxygen Facials are not without controversy. Some experts feel that oxygen-infused facials don't make good on the claims supporters make. They point out that the treatment isn't FDA approved and that not enough studies have been done to prove it's efficacy.
But believers are quick to point out the results they see. They feel and see the results, that they say are apparent instantly and last for weeks. Supporters often get oxygen facials shortly before a special event, or a photo shoot, because the facials may provide a moisture boost that makes skin smoother so that it is easier to apply makeup and reduce the appearance of the signs of aging. If you're interested, get ready for your close up by asking your provider about Oxygen Faicals. Or, learn more about European and other types of facials by clicking here.