WHAT IS A HYDRAFACIAL ?
A Hydrafacial is a type of facial treatment that uses a patented device to cleanse, exfoliate, extract, and hydrate the skin. The device has a spiral tip that creates a vortex effect to remove impurities and deliver nourishing serums to the skin. A Hydrafacial can improve the appearance of various skin concerns, such as fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, acne, hyperpigmentation, and dullness. A Hydrafacial can also be customized with different boosters and add-ons to address specific skin needs.
ABOUT THE HYDRAFACIAL PROCEDURE
The Hydrafacial procedure is usually done in a spa or a clinic by a trained technician or a doctor. The procedure involves four main steps: cleansing and peeling, extracting and hydrating, fusing and protecting, and enhancing. The procedure usually takes about 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the type and number of the boosters and add-ons used. The procedure is painless and comfortable, and most people describe it as a gentle massage.
Cleansing and peeling: The technician uses the device to gently exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin
cells and dirt. The device also delivers a mild chemical peel solution to the skin to loosen the
impurities and prepare the skin for extraction.
Extracting and hydrating: The technician uses the device to suction out the blackheads, whiteheads, and
excess oil from the pores. The device also infuses the skin with hydrating and soothing serums to
moisturize and calm the skin.
Fusing and protecting: The technician uses the device to deliver antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic
acid to the skin. These ingredients help protect the skin from environmental damage, reduce the signs of
aging, and plump up the skin.
Enhancing: The technician may apply additional boosters or add-ons to the skin, depending on the patient's
goals and needs. These may include LED light therapy, lymphatic drainage, microcurrent, or customized
masks. These enhancements can help improve the skin's tone, texture, circulation, and firmness.