If you are a fan of in-office facial treatments, you must try out the popular HydraFacial. Considered one of the better rejuvenating &resurfacing treatments available, HydraFacial must be done in an advanced, well-equipped clinic and by a licensedesthetician only. In this post, we are sharing the basic details about this unique and promising skin exfoliation treatment.
What exactly happens during HydraFacial?
HydraFacial can be divided into four parts – cleansing, exfoliation, extracting and hydration. Note that this is a noninvasive facial treatment. Done by a professional, HydraFacial can restore youthful look and improve skin texture considerably. The treatment is recommended for all types of skin. The first step is cleansing, in which a special peel is used, which helps in exfoliating the skin and further resurfacing. This is more of a combined step consisting of both cleaning and exfoliation. Peels used for exfoliation are extremely gentle and can be considered for sensitive skin too.
The next step is to remove any debris in the skin, for which painless suction is used. The esthetician will then use an intense moisturizer to hydrate the skin. The last step is to use antioxidants and peptides on the skin. Serums that are used for HydraFacial penetrate deep into the skin, which takes moisturizing and hydrating effects to the next level.
Benefits of HydraFacial
HydraFacial is one of the safest ways for skin resurfacing and is best suited for women with aging skin. It can be also considered for specific skin concerns, such as sun damage, large pores, fine lines, acne, and even dry skin. HydraFacial is also beneficial for treating uneven skin tone. Your skin will feel firm, rejuvenated, and moisture after the treatment, and the glow will last for a long time. Unlike other chemical peels and treatments, HydraFacial is gentle on your skin, and there is no downtime involved – you can get back to your normal life in no time. Also, whiteheads and blackheads can be removed easily and without causing any skin damage.
The whole process of HydraFacial can be done in clinic, in less than an hour. Some estheticians may recommend light therapy as a part of the treatment. Depending on the condition of your skin, you can consider HydraFacial once in one or two months, but your esthetician is the best person to make a recommendation, after checking skin issues. You should see a significant difference in skin texture after the first treatment.