Hydrofacial 3 Step Treatment
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Hydrofacial 3 Step Treatment
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Hydrofacial is a non-invasive, rejuvenating facial treatment that uses water and a specialised wand to deeply cleanse, exfoliate, and hydrate the skin. It can help with a variety of skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, acne, and hyperpigmentation.

The benefits of Hydrofacial include improved skin texture and tone, reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, increased hydration, and reduced appearance of acne and hyperpigmentation. It is also non-invasive, safe for all skin types, and has no downtime.

One of the critical aspects that makes HydraFacial treatments great is that they achieve amazing results without chemicals, needles, or other products that can be harsh to your skin. Here’s an inside look at how a HyrdraFacial works:

Step one: Cleanse and peel

During the first phase of your facial, the specialized Vortex-Fusion system cleanses your skin to ensure it’s free of surface debris. Your provider then performs a gentle exfoliation to peel away the old skin cells and resurface your skin.

Step two: Extract and hydrate

Next, your provider uses the HydraFacial suction tool to painlessly extract and remove debris from your pores, getting rid of blackheads and other skin blemishes. At the same time, your provider uses intense moisturizers to nourish and hydrate your skin.

Step three: Fuse and protect

To give you glowing skin and protection against the elements, your HydraFacial ends with an application of powerful antioxidants and peptides.

The best part? Each HydroFacial session only takes about 30 minutes! Plus, the treatment is so gentle on your skin that you can schedule a HydraFacial weekly for optimal results. You’ll also benefit from biweekly or monthly HydraFacial treatments.

Hydrofacial 3 Step Treatment
Treatment Summary
Numbers of treatment
Full Recovery
Treatment Time
30min - 90 min depending on area
Result Duration
Sensitivity Period
No sensitivity period
Back to work
Potential Risk
Mild redness and tenderness
Before & After