What is HYDRAFACIAL MD?
HydraFacial MD is a 30-minute facial procedure that combines cleansing, chemical peel, exfoliation, and extraction. In the process, it takes out the bad stuff — like blackheads and whiteheads and pore-clogging junk that causes acne outbreaks — and restores or adds the good stuff, leaving your skin looking younger and more refreshed.
What Are The Benefits of a Hydrafacial?
1. Suitable For All Skin Types
Whether your skin is oily and acne-prone, dry and flaky, or you have combination skin, you will benefit from a Hydrafacial treatment. Even those with sensitive skin can safely enjoy multiple sessions!
2. Gentle On The Skin
Despite the fact that a hydrafacial involves both exfoliation and extraction, it is painless and non-irritating to the skin. Since it delivers hydrating serums, patients are left with a smooth, radiant, healthy glow. Some patients liken the sensation of getting a Hydrafacial to a light face massage.
3. Zero Downtime
Hydrafacial only takes about 30 minutes from start to finish, and there is no downtime required after the treatment. The improvement in skin texture and tone can be noticed immediately, so patients do not need to recover or wait for redness to dissapear. In fact, you can put makeup on and resume your normal activities immediately after treatment.
4. Can Be Paired With Other Treatments
HydraFacials are non-invasive, meaning that patients can receive certain other skincare treatments in conjunction with a Hydrafacial. Whether you want injectables or a non-ablative laser treatment, ask your esthetician about pairing a Hydrafacial with another beautifying procedure to achieve your ideal aesthetic goals.
5. Fully Customizable
At Astute, we tailor the Hydrafacial treatment to your unique skin condition and needs. Skin boosters such as the Brightalive Boost or the Growth Factor Boost can be added to brighten the skin and remove fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, the suction power of the vacuum can be adjusted so that it is more gentle in delicate spots, such as the eye area.