An oxygen facial is a beauty treatment that uses pure oxygen and a moisturizing serum to temporarily plump the face. An airbrush device is used to force the serum into the skin, and the facial is often marketed as a temporary treatment for signs of aging, acne, and rosacea. Available in a set of regular treatments or single facials. This beauty treatment was originally developed in Australia and has since become popular in Asia, Europe, and the United States.

An airbrush device uses hyperbaric oxygen to force a serum containing moisturizers, antioxidants, and vitamins directly into the skin, theoretically helping the skin to absorb these ingredients more quickly. Unlike traditional facials, which often leave behind redness for 24 to 48 hours after the treatment, an oxygen facial does not leave behind any signs. Make-up can also be applied directly after the facial, unlike other treatments.

The oxygen facial is typically marketed to temporarily reduce the signs of aging. The unique blend of ingredients in the serum coupled with the pure oxygen used to apply it help to plump up the skin, reducing sagging and minimizing fine lines and wrinkles. It is also commonly used by those suffering from acne scarring to temporarily conceal dimpling and marks in the skin. Some companies and individuals who offer oxygen facials also believe that the treatment can help to reduce inflammation and redness commonly associated with the skin condition rosacea.

While the treatment typically only provides temporary results, the benefits of an oxygen facial can be maintained with routine treatments. In most cases, a round of weekly treatments for a month and a half enables patients to achieve the most benefits from this facial. The results are then maintained with monthly treatments.