Why is Everyone Talking about the Hydrafacial?

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What would your response be if we said you could achieve the best skin of your life, with 4 steps and 30 minutes? Sign me up, right? A HydraFacial will not only improve the look of your skin, but with frequent treatments, it will also restore your skin’s overall health. Still need some convincing? We broke down the HydraFacial facts just for you!

What Is The Process of a HydraFacial?

A HydraFacial is a gentle cosmetic treatment that combines cleaning, extracting and depositing serums into your skin. Sometimes referred to as “hydradermabrasion”, this treatment uses a vacuum-like machine to such up dead skin and extract clogged pores.

When it comes to a HydraFacial, the treatment consists of four steps:

Step 1: Cleansing and Exfoliation.

Your technician will use a small Vortex Exfoliation tip, which helps to cleanse the surface of the skin. This tool will open up your pores and sweeps the uppermost layer of makeup debris and dead skin cells away, exfoliating the skin’s surface as it moves along your face.

Step 2: Acid Peel.

The exfoliating serum is filled with both glycolic acid and salicylic acid, two excellent chemical exfoliators for your skin. The Vortex Extraction is the next step, and that serum also has glycolic to help really clean out your pores from blackheads, bacteria and dead skin cells which are known causes of acne.

Step 3: Extractions.

Instead of performing manual extractions, your technician will use the Vortex Extraction tool that acts as a vacuum cleaner on your skin, sucking up all the dead cells. If you’re the type of person that loves to see what comes out of your clogged pores, this portion of the treatment you will love as there is a cup at the base of the machine that shows exactly what was extracted from your skin.

Step 3: Serum Application.

This step also uses the Vortex Fusion tool, which infuses an antioxidant-and-collagen-rich serum into the skin to promote elasticity and hydration. The serum will have a cooling and refreshing sensation on your newly cleaned skin, and will leave you with a smooth, hydrated finish.

How Long Does a HydraFacial Take?

A HydraFacial is perfect for patients looking for an efficient, effective treatment that takes as little as 30 minutes. There is no downtime or pain involved with this treatment, and you can even put on makeup and return to your normal activities right after having a treatment done.

Is a HydraFacial Right For My Skin’s Needs?

The HydraFacial treatment is designed for all skin types, making it the perfect treatment option for anyone. Even the most sensitive skin easily tolerates the HydraFacial treatment. This custom treatment allows your skincare professional the ability to choose specific treatment serums and customize the treatment for your unique skin conditions and needs. HydraFacial is for everyone looking for an extra boost of confidence, and for those looking to address:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Elasticity and firmness
  • Even tone and vibrancy
  • Skin texture
  • Brown spots
  • Oily and congested skin
  • Enlarged pores
  • Acne prone skin

When Will I See Results From a HydraFacial?

Many clients report seeing visible skin refinement and an even, radiant skin tone after just one treatment. The smooth, glowing results from this treatment may last 5 to 7 days or even longer, and one treatment per month is recommended for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, oily, and acne prone skin to maintain skin health results.

Ready For Results of Your Own?

Nothing compares to the HydraFacial when it comes to it’s patented technology and the way it cleans, extracts, and hydrates your skin. HydraFacial super serums are made with nourishing ingredients that create an instantly gratifying glow. Maximize your glow and schedule a HydraFacial with Laser Aesthetic Center for youthful and radiant skin.

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