Back to School Skin Care for Teens


The end of summer is upon us and for teenagers this means back to school. Whether you’re sending your kids off or if you’re the student who’s going to hit the books, you should consider getting a post-summer facial.

It’s especially important for teens to have facials because, in addition to the wear and tear of the summer sun, their ever-changing hormones can cause skin issues like acne and breakouts.

Luckily, Renée Rouleau Skin Care Spa in Dallas and Plano, Texas offers a Teen Facial! The facial includes a deep pore cleansing facial with gentle, but effective extractions, skin exfoliation to fade acne scars and a cooling mask to hydrate, balance and soothe sensitive skin. During the facial, the esthetician will talk about the importance of starting proper skin care at a young age and give custom advice based on the teen’s skin care habits. The teen will leave refreshed, rehydrated, relaxed and ready to tackle the school year…

Don’t live in the Dallas area? Read Renée’s helpful tips on how to find the best place for a facial in your area.

Read: Skin Care Tips for Teenagers

Read: Ten Reasons to Get a Facial

Read: What are the Benefits of Getting a Facial?

Need expert advice from a licensed esthetician? Schedule My Skin Prescription to get personalized advice in person, over the phone or via Skype or Facetime.

Which products are right for your skin? See our nine skin types and get products recommended.

For more expert skin advice, check out Skin Source–the A-Z guide on all things skin. Also sign up for our skin tip e-newsletter, follow Renée Rouleau on Twitter and join the discussion on our Facebook page. You’ll be your own skin care expert in no time!

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