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What does a Hydrafacial do?

February 17, 2023 | Hydrafacials

HydraFacial is a non-invasive treatment to remove dead skin cells and debris from pores

HydraFacial is a non-invasive treatment to remove dead skin cells and debris from pores. It uses hydradermabrasion to exfoliate the skin, which improves its texture and tone by removing dull surface cells. It’s done in two steps:

  • Step 1: The skin is cleansed with an enzyme peel, which helps exfoliate the top layer of your face.
  • Step 2: A hyaluronic acid serum is applied to hydrate and moisturize your skin while it heals it

Hydrafacial can help treat acne and scarring

Hydrafacial can help treat acne and scarring. The procedure uses a mixture of hydrating, nourishing, and exfoliating ingredients to cleanse the skin. This helps control oil production and reduce inflammation in the pores. It also tightens them by removing dead skin cells that clog them up over time.

The process is gentle and results in softer skin and reduced fine lines and wrinkles

Hydrafacial is a simple and gentle procedure that results in softer skin and reduced fine lines and wrinkles. The process involves cleansing, exfoliation, extractions (if necessary), toning, and moisturizing. The result is brighter skin with improved texture and tone.

The benefits of this non-invasive treatment include the following:

  • Gentle exfoliation that leaves your face feeling smoother than ever before.
  • A reduction in pore size by removing built-up dirt & oil that clogs pores!
  • An improvement in overall clarity because dead or damaged skin cells are removed during the treatment and your regular skincare routine after each visit – you’ll see better results faster!

It's a deeper version of a regular facial

HydraFacial is a deeper version of a regular facial but not as intense as microdermabrasion or chemical peels. Everyone’s skin is different, so it depends on your needs and concerns to determine which treatment is right for you.

If you have dry or sun-damaged skin, then it may be an ideal solution because it addresses both issues at once: dryness by hydrating the top layer of skin, sun damage through exfoliation plus extractions (which removes blackheads) and targeted treatments such as peptides or vitamin C serums that help reverse signs of aging like wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth area where most people smile often!

A Hydrafacial can help you look younger and feel refreshed

A HydraFacial is a facial treatment that uses a water-based solution to cleanse, hydrate and exfoliate the skin. The procedure takes just 10 minutes or 30 minutes, depending on the number of areas being treated on your face or body – it’s quick but effective! It can help you look younger by improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation (brown spots).

If you’re thinking about getting one done but aren’t sure how it works or whether it’s right for your skin type, here are some things to consider:

  • Give it a few days after your HydraFacial before deciding if you like the results. It may take some time to see any noticeable changes in your complexion. Be patient!
  • Keep using sunscreen every day after having this treatment done because UV rays can still cause damage even though we are indoors during wintertime, when they might be less intense than they were during summertime months when sunlight is stronger throughout most parts of North America (and beyond).

How long do the results of HydraFacial last

The effects of a HydraFacial are cumulative. They last for about a month, but if you want to maintain the results, you’ll need to plan regular appointments with your esthetician. The good news is that the treatments take little time and can be done between other appointments.

What should you not do after a HydraFacial

  • Avoid sun exposure.
  • Avoid over-exfoliation.
  • Avoid hot baths or saunas for three weeks before, during, and after treatment because they can irritate the skin and increase redness in sensitive areas like your nose and around your mouth (the most common area where people get HydraFacials).
  • Do not use retinol products for three weeks before or after getting a Hydrafacial treatment because they may cause irritation that could interfere with the results of your facial treatment!


HydraFacial is a perfect treatment if you want to rejuvenate your skin. It’s non-invasive and results in softer skin and reduced fine lines and wrinkles. If you want more information about this treatment or to schedule your appointment today, don’t hesitate to contact us.