A Hydrafacial is one of the most powerful, non-invasive skin resurfacing treatments for all skin types with no down time. This unique treatment incorporates lymphatic drainage to detoxify and reduce inflammation, a chemical and physical peel and gentle extractions with nourishing and hydrating serums such as antioxidants, peptides and Hyaluronic acid, customized to your skin needs. HydraFacial's patented vortex technology infuses the skin with serums to cleanse, exfoliate, and hydrate, leaving your skin with an extra glow. The treatment takes around 30 minutes to an hour and is soothing, non-irritating and immediately effective.
A HydraFacial is extremely effective in treating a wide variety of skin imperfections such as :
During your consultation with our aesthetician, skin issues and goals will be discussed. Our extremely talented skincare experts will create a treatment plan to help achieve your beauty goals and decide which HydraFacial options are right for you.
Our signature HydraFacial treatment uses topnotch serums filled with antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid to hydrate the skin. This treatment also entails deep cleansing, exfoliating and gentle extractions.
The deluxe HydraFacial includes all the essentials of a signature HydraFacial as well as the addition of specific booster serums to address your specific skin concerns. The addition of LED lights, scalp massage and custom finishing products enhance your experience leaving your skin hydrated and you even more relaxed.
After your Hydrafacial treatment, you will be able to return to your daily schedule as there is no recovery or downtime needed.
Avoid putting makeup for at least 24 hours, and stay away from saunas and hot showers. You'll also need to use sunscreen with a high SPF to protect your skin from sun damage, as it will be more susceptible to it momentarily.
Though you will see instant changes, it may take up to one week to experience the full effects of your HydraFacialTM treatment. To keep the effects of this skin-revitalizing treatment, you'll need to come in for treatment on a regular basis, usually every 4-6 weeks.