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What Is a HydraFacial ?

Everyone wants a smooth, bright, and glowing skin. Facials are effective ways to treat your skin and achieve a natural glow of the skin. Some of the facials are rising in popularity these days. One of the most notable trendy facial treatment is HydraFacial.

Supporters of HydraFacial treatment say that it as a natural way to pursue and maintain long-term healthy skin. It is actually a multistep facial treatment (e.g. 3 step or more) typically performed with HydraFacial machine. In one session of HydraFacial, beauty therapist uses the machine to cleanse, exfoliate, extract, hydrate as well as other treatments to rejuvenate the skin with serums.

How does it work?

Some people say HydraFacial is similar to another treatment called Microdermabrasion. Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive skin treatment that buffs away the outermost layer of the skin to create a smoother and younger appearance. After the treatment, a new layer of skin forms. But that said, HydraFacial is not exactly microdermabrasion, it is far better than this.

There are three basic steps in the HydraFacial treatment, according to the company. However, there can be some additional steps in the HydraFacial treatment of your favourite beauty salon. The basic three steps treatment can be done in as little as 30 minutes but usually lasts between 50 to 60 minutes if there are some additional steps.

Here are the three basic steps involved in a HydraFacial as explained on the HydraFacial website:

Cleanse and Peel

The first step uncovers a new layer of skin with gentle exfoliation and relaxing resurfacing. Exfoliation removing dead skin cells from the outer layer of the skin. It is known to have beneficial skin effects, including leaving the skin looking brighter, unclogging pores, and increasing collagen production.

Extract and Hydrate

The second step removes debris from pores with painless suction. It nourishes with intense moisturisers that quench skin. This step nourishes your skin and drenches it in moisture, with a mix of potent antioxidants, hyaluronic acid. This step will leave your skin soft and plump with moisture, combating the appearance of wrinkles.

Infuse and Protect

The third step saturate the skin’s surface with antioxidants and peptides to maximise your glow. In this step, the treatment will finish with “boosters,” or serums. These are geared toward your skin goal, which may include reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, dull skin, or enlarged pores. The treatment is entirely customisable through these “boost” serums.

Who Should Not Get a HydraFacial?

The HydraFacial is appropriate for all skin types. But you should avoid a it if you have an active rash, sunburn, or moderate to severe acne or rosacea. Pregnant women should also skip it.

Interested in facials and skin care treatment, call us at our store or book online. When you visit our salon, you will be taken into a beautiful relaxing room where your will be pampered while you unwind and relax.

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