Benefits What skin concerns does a HydraFacial address? What add-on therapies are available? Recovery process How many treatments? Contraindications
The HydraFacial delivers immediate, noticeable results. This universally beneficial treatment is safe for all skin types and requires no social downtime.
- Deep Cleaning of pores
- Exfoliation with Glysal Peel
- Painless Extractions
- Nourishment with antioxidants and peptides
What skin concerns does a HydraFacial address?
What add-on therapies are available?
How many treatments?
- Your skin may experience temporary irritation, tightness, or redness. These are all normal reactions that typically resolve within 72 hours depending on skin sensitivity.
- You may have experienced tingling and stinging during your treatment area. These sensations generally subside wihin three hours of treatment.
- Client experiences may vary. Some people may experience a delayed onset of the previously mentioned symtoms. Contact us immediately if any unusal side effects occur or if symptoms worsen over time.
- Avoid excessive sun exposure as well as the use of artificial tanning beds for 72 hours after treatment.
- Discontinue the use of topical Retin-A or generic tretinoin for at least 48 hours after treatment.
- Discontinue use of over-the-counter acne medications such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid for 48 hours after treatment.
- Avoid heat (hot showers, sauna, and intense cardio) for 24 hours after treatment.
- It is recommended to not apply makeup for the remainder of the day after your HydraFacial treatment.
- Refrain from waxing and use of depilatories 48 hours after treatment.
- Refrain from any medium and/or deep chemical resurfacing treatments (peels) and laser treatments for 2 weeks after HydraFacial treatment.
- Refrain from any type of exfoliating treatments such as glycolic acid or enzymes to the area for 48 hours after your HydraFacial treatment.
- Only wash your face the following morning of your treatment with one of the facial washes recommended from our provider. Some over-the-counter facial washes can cause damage to your skin after a HydraFacial treatment.