What is a HydraFacial?
The Hydrafacial is a medical-grade hydraderm-abrasion device that cleanses, exfoliates, and then infuses the skin with an intensive serum. The hydraderm-abrasion process vacuums pores while pushing in serums that moisturize, brighten, plump and protect your skin. The handpiece of the machine has spiralized treatment tips with a special vortex technology that effectively and gently deep cleans and serums your skin. Serums contain supplements that limit and neutralize toxins in your skin, help increase skin elasticity by increasing collagen and elastin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, help control acne, and improve skin discoloration.
The Hydrafacial treatment addresses fine lines/wrinkles, dark spots, hyperpigmentation, clogged pores, enlarged pores, mild acne, and oily skin. They are good for all ages, complexions and skin concerns. With only 30 minutes of treatment and no downtime, the HydraFacial is the perfect treatment for your face.
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How much does a HydraFacial cost?
The cost of a HydraFacial depends on where you live, the experience of your provider, and how much treatment you need. National averages reveal that per treatment can cost you $150 to $300. The best way to find out the exact cost of the right treatment for you is to schedule a personal consultation with the professionals at Skinatomy Laser Clinic. They will listen to your skincare concerns and then plan a treatment that best addresses your individual concerns. Once they have determined the perfect treatment with the appropriate serum, they will be able to give you an accurate price for the HydraFacial and answer any other questions you may have.
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What is the cost involved?
If a boosting serum is included in the treatment, the price will increase. Add-ons like LED therapy and lymphatic drainage massage will also add to the cost.See all information about Sw418
Most people need treatments once or twice per month to maintain their results, but some may choose to have a HydraFacial before a big event.
Each treatment removes approximately two weeks’ worth of dead skin cells and debris. This facial treatment will improve overall skin health if repeated regularly over time.
A boosting serum is added during the HydraFacial treatment for added benefits. Options include the following:
BrightLive, a nonretinol, to improve hyperpigmentation and brighten skin tone
Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF), which can help reduce facial wrinkles and fine lines
There is evidence that light therapy can increase collagen production, resulting in smoother, younger looking skin. LED therapy uses red and blue LED lights to speed collagen breakdown and stimulate collagen production, increasing collagen density levels in the skin.
Red LED light helps treat wrinkles, rosacea, and the effects of sun damage. In many cases, they also reduce the appearance of broken capillaries or scars. Blue LED lights help prevent and treat blemishes.
LED therapy can increase the cost of a hydrafacial treatment by $50-$150, depending on your practitioner, in part due to the increased time required.
Aftercare skin care products
Hydrafacial machine treatments require no aftercare and patients can follow the procedure with their regular skin care regimen. Although there is no scientific evidence, the manufacturers of HydraFacial recommend using products that they claim can help maintain results at home. These include cleansers, sun protection lotions, and night creams.
Due to HydraFacial’s nonabrasive and gentle process, it is a safe option for most people, even those with sensitive skin. The lack of downtime makes it a good option for those who want a low-maintenance treatment with quick results. To maintain results, however, repeat treatments will be required.
Hydrafacials are available at a lower cost than most abrasive facial treatments and are comparable in cost to other non-abrasive options. Overall, HydraFacial is a strong choice for many people looking to clear their skin and improve their complexion.