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Everything You Need to Know About HydraFacial

Is your skin in need of deep cleansing, exfoliation, and moisturization? HydraFacial is a 3-in-1 breakthrough treatment that provides skin purification and nourishment. Is HydraFacial better than a regular facial? How does the treatment different than other popular facial treatment options? The following FAQ reveals everything that you need to know about HydraFacial.

What is a HydraFacial?

HydraFacial utilizes advanced patented technology and high-quality serum to deliver healthier skin. The 3 step process involves deep cleansing, exfoliation, and hydration.

  • A professional skincare service provider uses the HydraFacial wand to gently remove the dead outer layer of skin.
  • The HydraFacial wand suctions dirt and oil out of the pores.
  • Facial serums are applied directly to the skin to moisture and protect.

HydraFacial has partnered with some of the best skincare serum developers in the nation to provide a wide range of options. Your skin care professional will choose the best serums available based on your unique skin care needs.

How Long Does HydraFacial Take?

HydraFacial is performed in less than an hour. The best part is that there is no downtime or irritation after the procedure.

Are HydraFacial Result Immediate?

The majority of men and women report immediate noticeable results after just one treatment. Skin appears more radiant, displays fewer visible lines, and reveals a more even tone.

What Do Hydrafacials Help with?

Hydrafacials provide deep nourishment without irritating the skin. Clients have reported numerous benefits after their treatment.

HydraFacial Benefits Include:
  • More Even Skin Tone
  • Better Complexion
  • Fewer Fine Lines
  • Smaller Pores
  • Increased Collagen and Antioxidant Levels

Many people report noticeable improvements in their complexion after HydraFacial.

Do HydraFacials Irritate Skin?

HydraFacial does not use harsh chemicals and should not irritate the skin. The average person does not experience any redness after the procedure. Discuss any concerns with your beauty care professional if you are concerned about your skin sensitivity.

You should avoid deep exfoliation for a couple of days after the procedure as a precaution. Also, avoid a facial during a rosacea flareup, severe acne breakout, or sunburned skin to prevent irritation.

How Often Do You Need to Get a HydraFacial?

How often you should get a HydraFacial will depend on your unique skincare goals and needs. Some people only need a monthly HydraFacial treatment, while others opt to receive bi-weekly treatments.

How Much Do HydraFacials Cost?

HydraFacial treatment is slightly more expensive than a traditional facial. However, many people who invest in regular HydraFacial treatment report that they spend less money on facials overall.

This is because HydraFacial eliminates the need for separate additional services by providing 3-in-1 deep cleaning, exfoliation, and hydration.

What Treatments Follow a HydraFacial?

Many clients choose to follow their hydrafacial with other treatments, including popular skin fillers.  Skin fillers are a great follow-up treatment that provides maximum improvement for fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars and more.

What is the Difference Between HydraFacial and a Chemical Peel?

Chemical peels are a great choice for clients who want to minimize the appearance of age spots, facial scarring, and/or fine lines and wrinkles.

HydraFacial treatment is less abrasive than a chemical peel and also involves the application of hydrating skin serums. Ask a skincare professional which treatment may be the best for your unique needs.

Is HydraFacial the Right Treatment for My Skin?

HydraFacial is a popular facial treatment option that benefits people of all skin types. However, there may be a better skincare treatment available depending on your unique skincare needs.

Southeast Regional Medspa offers an extensive line of premier skin care services for a wide range of skin issues. Speak with a professional skin care treatment provider to determine which service may best suited to treat your skin.