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Efectiv Skin Care & Wellness Salon
Vitamin C or Acne Facial, or Glycolic Peel
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"Efectiv Skin Care & Wellness Salon has given me hope," raves one happy client of the Canoga Park business. Join the ranks of people who are proud of their skin with three options from esthetician Paulette Banoza:
• $40 ($80 value) for a vitamin C facial
• $45 ($90 value) for a glycolic peel
• $45 ($90 value) for an acne facial
"I didn't like to take close up pictures because of my face, but now I can't seem to stay out of the camera." - Happy Client
The vitamin C facial can help reinforce the outer layer of the skin's natural defense against free radical damage that causes sagging, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. This treatment includes extractions, and can encourage a firmer, more elastic, and younger-looking complexion.
The glycolic peel comes complete with extractions. This exfoliating treatment can refine texture, increase cell turnover, and minimize fine lines and wrinkles. Designed to peel, repair, nourish, and protect your skin, it can also help control acne and begin to fade brown spots.
The acne facial is ideal for all stages of teen and adult acne and includes an enzyme mask with steam to soften blemishes for easy extractions. Then, a serum massage and mask are applied to disinfect and heal the skin. If necessary, a seaweed or cucumber mask will be used to calm redness while a medicated moisturizer purifies and soothes.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 25, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 1, 2014