If you’re looking for a way to brighten and tighten your skin, look no further than the HydraFacial. Say goodbye to spending tons of money on tons of serums, lotions, oils, and toners—the HydraFacial combines all these steps into a one-step facial that adds moisture back to your skin, giving you a youthful glow. It’s because of this that HydraFacials are gaining so much popularity. Not to mention, the results are noticeable almost instantly, and with no recovery time needed!
- How do HydraFacials work?
Using a HydraFacial machine, an esthetician will use the exfoliating tip to remove dead skin cells. Pores are then cleaned, and the skin is injected with several serums, leaving you with glowing youthful skin. The basic steps to the process are cleanse and exfoliate, extract and hydrate, and infuse.
- What are the benefits of HydraFacials?
HydraFacials are said to deliver the best skin of your life with these benefits for your skin:
- Improves oily and dry skin
- Evens skin tone
- Improves the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
- Improves hyperpigmentation
- Repairs sun damage and clogged pores
- Removes blackheads and age spots
HydraFacials are also suitable for all skin types, gentle on the skin, and fully customizable so that you can tailor the treatment to your specific needs. You can also pair it with other treatments, such as dermaplaning.
- Are there any risks to getting a HydraFacial?
While hydraFacials are safe for any skin type, people with skin conditions may want to avoid getting a hydrafacial, including eczema, rosacea, rashes, or sunburn. You may also need to adjust your skincare a few days before your procedure to avoid irritation—those taking prescription creams and topicals should temporarily pause treatment. Also, pregnant women should wait for hydrafacials as salicylic acid may be unsafe.
- What is the cost of a HydraFacial, and how often do I need them?
On average, HydraFacials cost around $199 for a 45-minute session. Most people have hydrafacials performed every 4-6 weeks to maintain youthful skin.