Posted on 14th November 2022 at 10:05
Most common question asked to us?
how is a Hydrafacial different from normal facials?
A facial generally helps to targets common skin concerns using manual and product based methods to cleanse and hydrate the skin. Your facial therapist will start by assessing your skin and tailoring the procedure to your needs, by first providing a deep steam and cleanse, followed by extraction if needed. Once the cleansing process has finished this will then by followed with products to benefit your main concerns being massaged into your skin using methods like lymphatic drainage or pressure point relief to assist with circulation and blood flow to the area as well as provide hydration and glow to the skin. A mask will them be applied to help lock in all the cocktail of products that have been applied and offer a final boost of hydration and firmness or clarity to the skin. Whilst the mask is on all clients will enjoy a massage to end your treatment feeling relaxed and recharged.
HydraFacial is a highly enjoyable yet result driven facial treatment that combines the benefits of next-level technology that uses a one of a kind Vortex delivery system that removes oil, dirt, makeup, and debris from deep within the skin. This technology also allows for a concentrated delivery of antioxidants, nutrients, hydrators such as Hyaluronic acid, and peptides into the skin for results that you see instantly and last longer than results of a traditional facial.
HydraFacial cleanses, peel, extracts, and exfoliates the skin without any discomfort. HydraFacial is all about no pain and full gain! The benefits of HydraFacial include:
No downtime, discomfort, or irritation
Great for all skin types
Longer lasting results than a traditional facial
Peptides minimize lines and wrinkles and heal the skin.
Uses result driven ingredients
Minimizes inflammation and redness
Smooths out skin texture
Pain Free extractions
Instantly reduces pores
Plus all the benefits of traditional facials.This content will be shown in the summary on the main blog page. Click on this text to edit it.
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