What Are the Benefits of a Hydrafacial?
What is a Hydrafacial?
Hydrafacial is a very quick and relatively inexpensive procedure used to diminish fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, and uneven or rough skin texture. The Vortex Fusion technology rejuvenates the skin by removing dead cells and using a serum to nourish and hydrate the skin. The procedure has a 3-step process that incorporates a cleanser and peel, extraction, and hydration followed by the fuse and protection.
What Types Of Hydrafacial Procedure Are Available?
The entire Hydrafacial process runs from 30-60 minutes depending on how much work is needed and your overall goals. Some of the most treatments include:
This procedure is used to detoxify and rehydrate the skin through a multi-step process. The skin is deeply cleaned and dirt is extracted from the pores. The entire process takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Neck and Chest Hydrafacial:
This is performed identically to the signature Hydrafacial, but the focus area is on the chest and neck. The skin will be thoroughly hydrated and the appearance of the targeted areas will be much improved.
This procedure specifically combats acne by getting rid of agents like excess oil, dirt, and makeup residue that clog the skin. It also diminishes scars and redness.
A rich peptide serum is used to smooth away wrinkles and give the skin more elasticity. It also stimulates collagen production for plumper, hydrated skin.
Is There Downtime After a Hydrafacial?
There is no downtime with this procedure and even the most sensitive skin will not be affected. We recommend using SPF daily for at least 3 days after treatment. Skin improvement can be seen in a matter of 5-7 days and will continue to improve over time. For the best results, you should get the procedure on a monthly basis.
Who is the Best Candidate For a Hydrafacial?
This procedure can help anyone with any skin type. However, if you already suffer from skin conditions like rosacea or have sunburned skin, you should wait to receive a Hydrafacial due to irritation issues. The best way to know if you are a good candidate is by reaching out to a qualified professional for a consultation. Only they can access your skin to tell you if a Hydrafacial is good for you.