The HydraFacial is here, it’s blowing up in popularity, and it’s doing so fast enough there’s a good chance you haven’t heard of it.
But among the many competitors of skin rejuvenation and facial cleansing, what does HydraFacial bring to the fore that’s different?
Somewhere Between a Facial and a Skin Rejuvenation Treatment
If you know anything about skin rejuvenation, you know that the gentlest treatments tend to be dermabrasive. That is, between lasers, chemical peels, needles, and sanding instruments–the sanding instruments are the least invasive.
Not so, anymore.
The HydraFacial, with its vortex vacuum tip technology extracts impurities from the face — without inducing the same level of damage.
And while typically dermabrasion is the method to cause collagen production, the HydraFacial makes up for its gentleness in other respects.
The High-Tech Advantage of the Hydrafacial
In a certain sense, the extensiveness of a treatment’s depth and penetration is usually proportional to its effectiveness.
Hence, dermabrasion, being the most gentle and having the least downtime, will typically be less effective than a peel or a laser treatment.
The HydraFacial, after cleansing your face and exfoliating, uses its vortex technology to actually deliver serums to the face, made up of any combination of ingredients great for skincare: hyaluronic acid, salyicyclic acid, peptides, antioxidants, and more.
The result is more bang for your buck, and more effectiveness for less invasiveness.
When it comes to lunchtime treatments, the HydraFacial may just be the treatment of choice: a great treatment that doesn’t just give you a great facial, but can even reduce fine lines and wrinkles or improve acne and rosacea.
That’s incredible for a treatment that’s as gentle as the HydraFacial.
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