[:en]There are facials, and then there are facials. The turbocharged HydraFacial falls into the latter category. This procedure combines traditional facial methods with additional therapies that hydrate the skin. As a result, you’ll end up looking younger and you’ll have the glowing facial skin that you’ve always wanted. There are several different types of these HydraFacials, and despite the name, they can be used elsewhere on the body as well. If you want to improve the overall look of your skin, then this is a great option. It really does target many different skin issues at once, with no need for additional procedures.
How Does the HydraFacial Work?
The HydraFacial works by combining a number of different treatments at once. You’ll receive what seems like a standard facial, only it contains some additional ingredients that are designed to hydrate and cleanse the skin. A handheld pen-shaped unit is then administered on your face to gently suck out dead skin and clean your pores.
A typical facial isn’t hydrating. It’s designed to simply solve a skin issue or two. When it’s combined with this special hydrating treatment, you end up reaping the benefits as you end up with skin that has been deeply cleansed as well as treated. Many women don’t use enough topical cleansing treatments on their own, not to mention that the types available over the counter just aren’t as powerful as the ones used in a professional setting.
What Types of HydraFacials Are Available?
There are numerous types of HydraFacials to choose from, depending on your needs. You can go with the standard treatment, which hydrates, cleanses, and makes your skin look great. If you have acne and need to have some extractions done during your facial, that is an option as well. On top of this, you can choose the option that includes lymphatic drainage and LED light therapy, an anti-aging HydraFacial, one that helps reduce the signs of aging, or even ones that minimize dark spots, or restore your connective tissues. It all depends on your needs and what issues you’d like to target.
Does It Really Work On Other Areas of the Body?
As a matter of fact, yes, you can have a HydraFacial done on your hands, your back, your décolletage, your neck, and your arms. When it comes to the back, you have two different options, a clarifying treatment, designed to clear up any back acne by extracting them, or just a standard treatment that will make your skin glow.
How Long Does It Take?
You’re probably already aware of the fact that standard facials can take some time. The HydraFacial is no exception to this. The standard HydraFacial takes around 45 minutes. It involves having various types of serums applied to the skin in order to hydrate and improve its overall consistency. On top of this, you can add additional treatments to the HydraFacial. For example, some additional treatment that can be done at the same time include lymphatic therapy and LED therapy. The latter is done with a red and blue light (both at once) on the face, or just a blue light on the back.
To give your face the refreshing treatment that it deserves, contact us today at Regenevéda to learn more from a professional aesthetician.[:]