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Hydra Facial FAQ

What is HydraFacial?

A hydra dermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration, and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime. The treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive and non-irritating.

How often do I need this service?

We recommend this service at least once a month but the skin specialist may recommend you visit more often depending on the course of treatment.

Why is HydraFacial good for my skin?

Hydration is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation of the skin has been proven to increase signs of aging. HydraFacial is a hydrating and non-irritating treatment.

What results should I expect?

We have many clients seeing visible skin refinement and an even, radiant skin tone after just one HydraFacial. The smooth results and hydration may last 5 to 7 days or even longer. Continued HydraFacial services are highly recommended to maintain hydrated skin.

Am I a good candidate for HydraFacial?

The HydraFacial treatment is designed for all skin types. Consult your physician for any specific questions. We provide a consent form prior to the service.

How long does the HydraFacial take? Is there any downtime involved?

HydraFacial an efficient service that takes one hour. You may put on makeup and return to your normal activities right after the treatment since there is no downtime.

Are there any add ons to this service?

We recommend adding microdermabrasion to this service. Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic treatment in which the face is exfoliated with crystals to remove dead skin cells.