Table of Contents
- What is HydraFacial?
- What are the advantages of HydraFacial?
- What will HydraFacial look like?
HydraFacials has emerged as one of the most popular methods for facial care worldwide. Since it is a moderate and non-irritative treatment and can deliver a long-lasting effect, more and more people tend to take it as the major comprehensive and functional facial skincare program.
What is HydraFacial?
HydraFacial is facial care. It uses professional devices to remove keratin from the face, clean it, and implement hydration for it. The system utilizes whirlpool and revolving movements to provide moisture, remove dead skin, dirt, crumb, and impurity, and cleanse and ease your skin.
HydraFacial unites four facial cares–clean and removes keratin, mild chemical skin peeler, vacuum suction, and moisturizing essence. The patented HydraFacial devices carry out these steps. Unlike the traditional facial care methods, which produces different effect per skin type, HydraFacial can deliver the same result and is used for all skin types.
Cleansing, exfoliating, chemical skin peeler, collagen structuring, and facial muscle-relaxing offered by HydraFacial can help to fix various cosmetic problems, such as large pores, wrinkles, acne, and thin skin.
Usually, HydraFacial care is used together with LED light therapy. Blue light can cure acne, while red light can reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
What are the advantages of HydraFacial?
HydraFacial has become the first option for facial skincare programs because it’s non-invasive, delivers effective outcomes, and can be used on almost all skin conditions. Compared to skincare with chemical products and skincare with laser, HydraFacial has much more minor irritation. But these two methods can make your skin red and irritative within several hours or even days after treatment. Due to its non-invasiveness and effectiveness, HydraFacial is the perfect choice for young people and adults.
What will HydraFacial look like?
On average, a HydraFacial treatment takes 30 minutes. If it is your first HydraFacial treatment, you can expect the following:
Cleansing and exfoliating
The first step of a HydraFacial treatment is cleansing and exfoliating. It uses a whirlpool to clean and Hydra to remove the tip of keratin. The beautician will use a HydraFacial wand to gently clean and remove keratin. It can remove dead skin cells and sebum and easily open the pores. Some people describe it as gently pressing your skin with an electric revolving toothbrush.
Next, the beautician will replace the wand’s tip to provide mild chemical exfoliation. Unlike other chemical skin peeler products, these products are irritative or make your pain and cause your skin to become red for several hours or days. HydraFacials, however, use a mixture of irritative-free salicylic acid and glycollic acid to change the skin mildly and effectively. This step is to loosen the crumb in the long hole.
The third step is extraction. The device will use the powerful and painless whirlpool vacuum suction to remove the blackheads and impurities from the pores. The impurities are collected in a glass and will be thrown away.
Last, the beautician will use the HydraFacial wand to apply the easing, antioxidant and moisturizing essence that contains peptides and other beneficial nutrients. It helps to detox, restore vitality, and moisturize the skin.
Q: How long can I have a HydraFacial session?
A: If you didn’t do facial or moisturizing care before, start HydraFacial 2 to 4 times a month, and do it for three months. Once you have established a good foundation for your facial skin, you can have the treatment once a month and benefit from it. HydraFacial is similar to another treatment method called microdermabrasion. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, microdermabrasion uses “moderate grinding tools to lightly grind your skin, which can remove thick and uneven outer skin layer.”
Q: Does HydraFacial good for everyone?
A: It’s an ideal facial care program for most people. You can harness it to combat aging signs, no matter what skin types you may have, such as acne, dry, or dehydrated skin. The part that I like with HydraFacial is that you can do extraction without causing redness or pain.
Q: What are the benefits of HydraFacial?
A: People turning to HydraFacial have reasons. Here are some of the benefits of the procedure. First, it suits all types of skin. It works well for you whether your skin is sensitive, dry, or oily. Second, it delivers a consistent effect. The HydraFacial technique charges the treatment, which enables you to achieve a high-standard treatment. Third, it has no recovery time. The procedure is non-invasive and non-surgical. Thus, you can return to your work and life right after a session. Fourth, the results are immediate. HydraFacial can give you instant changes in your face.
Q: What are the risks of HydraFacial?
Although HydraFacial is suitable for all skin types, you have to stay away from it if you have one of the following situations: you have rashes, moderate to severe acne, sunburn, rosacea, and other serious skin conditions. You should also avoid it if you get pregnant since some substances like salicylic acid will be used during the process, which is yet to be proven safe. And if you do not want to experience irritation, you need to reschedule your routine skincare in advance.