Types of Facials

Sometimes, situations can get stressful and you just need a chance to relax. A facial is a great way to relax and rejuvenate yourself. Kovanda Plastic Surgery offers multiple types of facials, but which one is the right facial for you? Here are the types of facial services we offer:

Signature Facial

This three-step treatment is perfect for deep exfoliation with no down time. You skin will be soft, smooth and infused. It includes: Dermaplaning, SilkPeel® and finishes with a brightening peel or bio cellulose mask.

Clinical Facial

Exfoliating and brightening, this facial includes steam, exfoliating, extractions & mask.


This is a manual exfoliation treatment that removes the dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. The side benefit is it also removes the soft vellus hair. Your skin is smoother, softer, products go in deeper and make-up goes on smoother. No down time or redness.

Ultra Hydration Treatment

This treatment is designed specifically to target dry, dehydrated skin to hydrate, restore and calm. With aloe and hyaluronic acid, skin is left soft, restored and healthy.

Skin Brightening Facial

This treatment targets pigment-related issues to help address dark patches and uneven skin tone. and provide a fresher, healthier appearance overall.

Acne & Oil Control Treatment

Helps to clear skin and prevent breakouts.

SilkPeel® Dermainfusion®

This is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure. The only technology to provide simultaneous exfoliation, evacuation and the delivery of condition-specific topicals. SilkPeel Dermalinfusion offers advanced skin care for almost every skin type and condition. SilkPeel’s diamond tip handpiece exfoliates damaged skin cells, evenly abrading the top layer of the skin in order to deliver targeted formulations to the epidermis.

So which facial is right for you? They all have their individual techniques and benefits, so call us to schedule a consultation to find out what is best for you.

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