Hydrofacial

Treatment information and recommendations

What is a hydrofacial?

A HydroFacial is a non-invasive skincare treatment that combines several facial rejuvenation techniques to cleanse, exfoliate, extract impurities, hydrate, and protect the skin. It’s a popular cosmetic procedure designed to address various skincare concerns and improve overall skin health, including dullness, congestion, fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and uneven texture.

How does a hydrofacial treatment work?

Step 1: Cleansing and Exfoliation

The treatment begins with a gentle cleansing step to remove surface impurities, makeup, and excess oil from the skin. Next, a specialized device is used to exfoliate the skin’s surface, removing dead skin cells and promoting cell turnover for a smoother, more radiant complexion.

Step 2: Acid Peel

After exfoliation, a mild chemical peel solution containing glycolic acid or salicylic acid may be applied to the skin to further loosen debris, unclog pores, and promote skin renewal. The peel solution is typically left on the skin for a short period before being neutralized or rinsed off.

Step 3: Extraction

The HydraFacial device utilizes a unique vacuum-powered extraction technique to gently suction out impurities, blackheads, and debris from the pores without causing discomfort or irritation. This step helps deep-cleanse the skin and improve congestion, leaving the pores clear and refined.

Step 4: Hydration and Nourishment

Following exfoliation and extraction, the HydraFacial device delivers a customized blend of hydrating serums, antioxidants, peptides, and other nourishing ingredients to replenish and revitalize the skin. These serums are infused into the skin using the device’s vortex fusion technology, which maximizes absorption and hydration for optimal results.

Step 5: Protection and Maintenance

The HydraFacial treatment concludes with the application of a moisturizer, sunscreen, or other protective skincare products to help lock in hydration, shield the skin from environmental damage, and maintain the results of the treatment.

Conditions that can be treated with regular hydrofacials

acne

Acne

Dull and dry skin

Dull or dry skin

Fine lines and wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles