Hydrafacial treatment is a new, non-invasive procedure that uses microdermabrasion to remove the top layer of your skin and stimulate collagen production. This process helps improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by removing dead cells from the surface of the skin. It also stimulates the growth of new skin cells, which can help reduce the visibility of scars and other blemishes.

Hydrafacial treatments are performed in a spa setting with a trained professional who will use a handheld device to gently exfoliate the skin. The results are immediate and long lasting.

The best part about this treatment?

There's no downtime! Patients typically return home after their treatment and resume normal activities immediately.

If you're ready for a more youthful look, consider a hydrafacial treatment at one of our locations today.

How Does A Hydrafacial Work?

A hydrafacial works by using an advanced technology called Microdermabrasion. During this procedure, a small crystal wand is used to gently remove the outermost layers of your skin. As it removes these layers, it stimulates the body’s natural healing response, encouraging the body to produce new healthy skin cells. These new cells replace the old ones, helping to restore the skin’s elasticity and smoothness.

What Are Some Of The Benefits Of A Hydrafacial?

A hydrafacial has many benefits:

It improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sun damage.

It reduces the visibility of acne scars, stretch marks, and other imperfections.

It increases blood flow to the area, improving the overall health of the skin.

It promotes cell turnover, stimulating the production of new skin cells.

It's safe and easy to perform on yourself or someone else.

It doesn't require any downtime.

It's completely painless.

It's affordable.

Who Should Consider A Hydrafacial?

Anyone looking to achieve a younger, smoother complexion should consider a hydrafacial. If you have visible signs of aging, such as deep creases around your eyes, crow's feet, or laugh lines, a hydrafacial may be right for you. 

Who Is Not Suitable For A Hydrafacial?

People with active infections, open wounds, or broken capillaries should not receive a hydrafacial. If you want to learn more about it, then click here.

What Happens After My Hydrafacial?

After your treatment, you'll notice some redness and swelling where the crystals were applied. Most patients experience mild discomfort during the first 24 hours following their treatment. However, most people feel better within 48 hours.

Is There Any Down Time With A Hydrafacial?

You won't need to miss work or school due to a hydrafacial. In fact, there's usually very little down time involved.

Can I Do A Hydrafacial At Home?

You can do a hydrafacial at home if you follow certain guidelines. First, make sure you don't have any cuts or abrasions on your face. Second, keep away from harsh soaps and cleansers. Third, avoid applying makeup for 12 hours before your treatment. Finally, wait until your skin is dry before performing the procedure.

Your skin will look different after a hydrafacial. Depending on how much of the top layer of your epidermis was removed, you might see a slight pinkish tint in the treated areas. This is normal and fades over several days.

Will I Need Another Hydrafacial?

Most patients only need one hydrafacial per month. However, if you want to maintain your results, we recommend scheduling two treatments every four weeks.

The Hydrafacial Pro uses a patented diamond-tip microdermabrader that gently exfoliates the surface of the skin without causing irritation. It also contains a unique blend of vitamins, antioxidants, and peptides designed to help improve the appearance of skin while promoting cellular renewal.