Freshen Skin for Summer With This Med Spa Facial

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During the sunny months of the year, it is not ideal to suggest certain medical spa facials to clients. Some facials, including photofacials leave the skin extremely sensitive to sunlight. Instead, Marisa and Adriana Martino, owners of Skinney Medspa + Wellness (New York City) suggest that medical spa professionals offer the Venus Freeze facial in the summer months. The Venus Freeze Facial uses multi-polar radio frequency waves to stimulate collagen product and improve elasticity. This is the ideal treatment for summer, because clients can receive the facial and hit the beach in the same day. After the facial, which lasts about 30 minutes, clients at Skinney Medspa provides clients with a vitamin c serum and a water molecule serum to provide moisture and plump skin. 

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