We all know facials. Prepping, exfoliating, and cleansing. There are many different types of facials out there that get the job done their own way, but hydrafacials might be one that you should add to your list. But what is it exactly that sets them apart? Hydrafacials cleanse, extract, and hydrate using advanced technology to penetrate deep into your pours and restore the skin.
So What Are HydraFacials?
Unlike traditional facials where the skin is cleaned and conditioned by hand-face pulling or massage with hot towels followed by application on various parts depending what type it needs (brightening/cellulite removal), hydrafacials use a machine which provides deeper penetration while also lasting longer than any other service available at home bases like spas.
Hydrafacials consists of these three simple steps:
CLEANSE: A deep cleaning is performed using the Hydrafacial Tip to soften skin and help loosen dead skin cells with a gentle vortex. This prepares the participants for the next steps. The extraction.
EXTRACT: Painlessly removes congestion from pores with gentle suction while simultaneously applying moisturizers, helping the skin look and feel revitalized.
HYDRATE: The skin’s surface is then saturated with intense moisturizers and nourishing peptides. The Hydrafacial machine applies these products in order to penetrate the deeper layers of the skin for more substantial results. The specific serum used depends on skin goals that you discuss with the expert Medspa technician applying your Hydrafacial treatment.
While these steps are consistent with every treatment, Hydrafacial offers countless ways to customize your treatment based on the goals you have for your unique skin.
Is it Worth it?
You would be hard-pressed to find someone who wouldn’t love to revitalize their face. Especially with a sophisticated procedure that only takes about 30 minutes. However, not everybody is willing to drop a fortune on it. Luckily, Hydrafacials at a qualified medspa run from as low as $150 up to $350. If you are looking to customize your treatment to be tailor-fit to your goals, it can run up to $450 per treatment, but because of the benefits of a treatment customized to your needs, it still provides massive value considering the treatment included.
All the above considered, Hydrafacials definitely fall into the “worth it” category. If after reading this article, you find yourself wanting to try this revolutionary facial for yourself, or even if you’re just curious to learn more about the treatment, check our listing to find a medspa near you that offers Hydrafacials to get yours today!