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6 Benefits of HydraFacial Treatment

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

What are the main benefits of HydraFacial treatment? Is HydraFacial the right treatment for your skin?

Like many of our clients, you may be asking these questions after finding out what a HydraFacial is. In this article, you'll learn about the main benefits of the HydraFacial, and we promise that by the end you'll have an idea of whether it's the right treatment for you.

So, here are 6 benefits of HydraFacial treatment:

1. Hydration

This one probably didn't come as a surprise, it is in the name after all.

Your skin will be so well hydrated after a HydraFacial treatment, by pushing hyaluronic acid and peptides from the rich serums deep into your skin.

The result? Healthy, dewy, and plump-looking and feeling skin.

This makes it an incredible treatment for dry and dehydrated skin, perfect for taking care of your skin in summer or after the hot season.

2. Skin Barrier Function

Your skin barrier keeps you alive, seriously. It protects your skin from external threats such as chemicals, allergens, and infectious agents. It also helps to keep your skin healthy internally and reduces water loss. As you might have guessed, it significantly impacts your skin's appearance. An impaired skin barrier can result in:

You'll even have healthier skin and an improved barrier function from repeated HydraFacial treatment. This will reduce trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL), to keep your skin hydrated in future, rather than just hydrating your skin and hoping it lasts a long time!

Rosacea can be managed amazingly with a HydraFacial as a severely impaired skin barrier and extreme dryness and dehydration are hallmarks of the condition. Optional extras such as Rozatrol as part of your HydraFacial is a great addition for Rosacea skin and sensitive skin!

3. Exfoliation and Extraction

Two steps of your HydraFacial are dedicated to exfoliating your skin and extracting comedones and other impurities from your skin. This not only makes your skin appear brighter and fresher, but it also helps you to prevent clogged pores. This will prevent breakouts and manage your acne.

4. Brightening

Your skin will appear brighter and healthier after the exfoliation and extraction, but did you know you can add an optional extra targeted to brighten your skin? This is called Britenol, and with repeated treatment, it can:

  • Brighten your complexion using vitamin C and alpha-arbutin.

  • Reduce hyperpigmentation as alpha-arbutin is a tyrosinase inhibitor (read the blog on hyperpigmentation to find out more about this!)

5. Anti-Ageing

Your skin's collagen production and cell turnover are improved after a HydraFacial. This results in not only plumper skin but more youthful skin. Improved collagen production can decrease the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles and prevent their appearance in future.

Dermabuilder, an optional extra, enhances these anti-ageing effects by using a mixture of peptides to enhance your skin's elasticity and smooth the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles.

6. Lymphatic Drainage

Poor lymphatic circulation can lead to puffiness, and it can happen to everyone. If you've not had enough water, had a bit too much salt, or even not had enough sleep; you might end up with puffiness from poor lymphatic circulation. This is not necessarily something to be worried about but it can last weeks for some people.

A little help to your lymphatic drainage can significantly reduce puffiness and bring your naturally defined facial features back, as well as drain away toxins.

So there you have it, 6 benefits of HydraFacial treatment. You'll now know what to expect from the treatment, and you'll have an idea if it's right for you. But we understand that you may want to be totally sure about it. In our clients' experience the best way to do that is to have a consultation with an expert, so click the button below and fill out the form to book your free consultation with Dr Hala and begin your skin transformation!

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