When looking to turn back the hands of time, med spa skin treatments are a preferred weapon of choice. Our daily self-care routine helps to keep our skin clean, clear, and fresh, but by relying on professional skin treatments, we can further help our skin achieve its best look.
There are a number of trusted methods, including chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and photofacials. However, if you’re in search of the most effective and non-invasive facial that’s on the market today, the HydraFacial is a must. Discover why this preferred choice of facial is quickly becoming the go-to for those in search of flawless skin without the setbacks.
When performing the HydraFacial, the specialist will use the HydraFacial MD by Edge Systems machine. The beauty of the HydraFacial is that it allows for four key elements to be blended harmoniously into a single treatment: cleanse, exfoliate, extract, rejuvenate.
During the painless non-invasive procedure, the skin is properly cleansed, then exfoliated, dead skin cells are extracted, and lastly, the skin is rejuvenated with the help of serums infused with peptides, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid. This impressive combination of treatments courtesy of the HydraFacials gives patients immediate results that are long-lasting.
The HydraFacial is an ideal facial treatment for those looking to address:
The HydraFacial MD machine operates with a spiral suction tip, which has been expertly designed to dislodge impurities while delivering the HydraFacial serum deep into the pores which have been carefully opened during treatment. As involved as this process is, there is no downtime, and only a few report slight redness and tightness post-treatment.
One of the best things about the HydraFacial is that it’s a suitable treatment option for people of all skin types. This non-invasive method is painless with minimal risks/side effects and zero downtime involved. Other med spa facial treatments often require downtime, have some risk involved, and can be moderately uncomfortable to the patient both during and after treatment.
HydraFacials referred to as “hydradermabrasion” also include microdermabrasion. This is a minimally invasive procedure that manually sands the top dermal layer of the skin. This more modern method is highly-effective and much gentler on the patient. Chemical peels require downtime, and not everyone is a candidate. Although photofacials penetrate deep by way of light technology, they have proven ineffective in treating deeper discolorations of the skin. Another downside to photofacials is that many report redness and enlarged pores post-treatment.
It’s up to you to decide which facial treatment is right for you, but our patients have been thrilled with their HydraFacial results. We’d love to discuss with you personally about the many amazing benefits of this facial treatment. Contact us today to receive your complimentary consultation with one of our specialists.<< Back to all post