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About Hydrafacial

What is Hydrafacial ?

All about Hydrafacial

Hydrafacial is a unique facial treatment that produces dramatic results that last for long. It works deep in the skin to improve the appearance and health of the skin.

Hydrafacial is an advanced no-invasive, skin resurfacing procedure that helps in the improvement of the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, blackheads, acnes, and skin pigmentation. The treatment includes four main steps-cleansing and exfoliation, acid peel, extractions, and serum application.

During exfoliation and cleansing, a special tool is used to open up the pores of the skin and to remove the dead skin cells away. Then a glycolic or salicylic acid peel is gently applied on the skin which helps loosen the impurities and debris from the pores without causing any skin irritation. The third step is the extraction during which vortex suction is used to clean out the pores and remove the blackheads. The fourth and the final stage involves hydration. Antioxidants and hyaluronic acid are introduced for nourishing and protecting the skin.

Hydrafacial is a mild treatment that causes minimal or no damage to the skin. The procedure is normally used in combination with chemical peels, LED lights, special skin care products and different types of tips, when a more aggressive treatment is required. The treatment lasts for about 30 minutes. Most patients are able to return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment.

The results are subtle and lend a freshness in the appearance and texture of the skin.

 

Who is the best candidate?

Hydrafacial can be used to treat a wide range of skin conditions, such as Wrinkles Fine lines Congested and enlarged pores Oily and acne-prone skin Brown age spots Hyperpigmentation The procedure is not considered suitable for Deeper wrinkles Scars Broken veins in the skin Deep hyperpigmentation problem Thinning or aging skin Dry or oily skin Ethnic coloured skins People who are interested in hydrafacial treatment need to take an appointment with their doctor or skin specialist. During the initial consultation, a medical history of the person is taken to ensure that he or she is a safe and good candidate for hydrofacial.

Side effects:

Hydrofacial is usually a painless procedure and doesn’t cause any severe irritation to the skin. But like most cosmetic surgery procedures, hydrofacial too has some risks and side-effects. You may experience, Redness of the skin Feeling of tightness in the skin Swollen eyes Scarring The above side effects can however be minimised by getting the treatment from an experienced and qualified surgeon or skin care doctor.

What is the Cost?

The average cost of hydrafacial treatment is anywhere between $160 and $220, depending on your location and the doctor. To get the exact cost of the treatment, talk to your skin specialist or cosmetic surgeon.

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