Millions of people suffer from acne. But what do you do about acne that occurs on the back rather than on the face? Body acne can be more challenging to control than facial acne because the skin on your body is thicker and has larger pores than facial skin, making it easier for pores to become clogged.
Back acne tends to occur around puberty when the sebaceous glands, which produce sebum, start functioning. When too much sebum is produced, pores and hair follicles can become clogged, attracting bacteria. This can lead to acne. Back facials are great for treating the hard to reach areas of your back. They will help to cleanse, exfoliate the skin, while treating any congestion and reveal a brighter and smoother skin.
Like other facials, having a back facial is relaxing. It is a way of exfoliating an area that you cannot get to on your own. Both men and women enjoy back facials to combat acne. A back facial is good even if you do not suffer from back acne though. They exfoliate the dead skin and moisturize into the deep layers of the skin.
A back facial will follow the same steps as a traditional facial. The back is first cleansed and exfoliated deeply, after a gentle steaming to open pores and lift impurities. The second step removes impurities and imperfections from beneath the skin’s surface. A mask is then applied. The final step involves moisturizing the back to hydrate and restore nutrients. Our back facials include a back, neck and shoulder massage to make you feel relaxed and reenergized.
Additional benefits of back facials include:
- Clean, tone and exfoliate acne-prone skin, which can help clear up blemishes.
- Rehydrate and revitalize dry or irritated skin with the use of moisturizing masks and lotions.
- Ease tension in the back muscles, as a light massage is a part of the process.
Disclaimer: As always, this information is provided to you for educational and/or informational purposes only, and should not be construed as an endorsement of any particular product, treatment, or procedure. This information is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment by a doctor or other qualified health care professional. For medical concerns, including decisions about any procedure or treatment, users should always consult their doctor or other qualified health care professional. All facial services are individualized. Our video is just a general demonstration, but may not be followed exactly on a particular patron.