But seriously, speaking of products, a spa facial may use "professional-strength" exfoliators and such, but they're never going to be comparable to something you'd get under the care of a medical doctor. The treatment room is dark and traditional, sterile white but not unwelcoming. It involves using chemical peels that thoroughly clean the skin surface, revealing a healthy layer of skin beneath. Professional strength exfoliation to smooth the skin, lighten discoloration from sun and breakouts. It feels expensive and intimate.
Or do you think they're a waste of time, money and potentially dangerous?
If you have fine lines, pigmentation, blemished skin, redness or dull skin, this is a miracle treatment. The extractions might help, but they could just as easily make things worse. The foot massage whilst the LED is being done is a little unexpected, but not unenjoyable. But before you do, know that what I'm saying doesn't apply to all of you. I don't have an unlimited budget, so I can't say for sure, but apparently this mechanism does help with wrinkles and acne when you get them on a regular basis. I'm still a bit unclear on how a doctor could tell the difference, since it sounds like we both reacted to ingredients and my situation cleared up just fine with antibiotics.