HydraFacial combines cleaning, extracting, and depositing serums into the skin for an effective exfoliating treatment that also nourishes and hydrates. Sometimes referred to as Òhydradermabrasion,Ó this treatment uses a vacuum-like machine to suck up dead skin and extract clogged pores.
About the Procedure
While a Hydrafacial is a customizable treatment that cleanses and purifies the skin like most facials, such as the SilkPeel or JetPeel facial, it is also known for its beneficial exfoliating properties. Due to its level of exfoliating effectiveness, Hydrafacials have been deemed a form of “hydradermabrasion”, comparable to the traditional crystal or diamond tip microdermabrasion procedures. The first step in a Hydrafacial is using the vortex cleansing and hydra-peel exfoliation which gently cleanses the skin and effectively exfoliates the stratum corneum layer removing dead skin cells and sebum. This allows the skin to reflect more light and appear brighter/healthier. The second stop involves using a non irritating effective mix of both salicylic acid and glycolic acids to help loosen deep pore debris and dirt, which may help prevent the formation of the pustules involved in acne. The third step uses painless vortex extraction providing strong vacuum suction to automatically remove blackheads and other impurities. The fourth step applies vortex fusion delivering a pro antioxident formula with potent peptides and hyaluronic acid into the skin. This step provides detoxification, rejuvenation, and restoration.
Commonly Treated Concerns
Hydrafacial adresses concerns such as:
• Uneven Skin Tone/Texture
• Fine Lines/Wrinkles
Typical Cost Range
$150 – $300
The ideal candidate for Hydrafacial has fine lines, minor skin discolorations, and is looking to rejuvenate the skin. Most people are candidates for HydraFacial as it is designed for all skin types. Even the most sensitive skin easily tolerates the HydraFacial treatment.