The HydraFacial combines a scrub, laser resurfacing, and moisturizing mask into a single treatment. It’s performed using a medical-grade system that removes debris out of your pores while both moisturizing and exfoliating, unlike the facials a dermatologist would do by hand. For the best results after your HydraFacial Delta treatment, check out the “do not list” below.
HydraFacial Post-Care Instructions
Do not touch your skin
After a HydraFacial in South Surrey, the skin is particularly delicate. Keep your fingers away from your skin if you want flawless skin. It’s tempting to pop any tiny blackhead or whitehead that appears on it. Try and resist the urge…we know its difficult but it will pay off in the end!
Do not use facial cleansers
You might be tempted to use the heaviest full-coverage concealer if your skin is red from the exfoliation or extractions in your facial. Refuse to give in. Since the facial cleans your pores very thoroughly, it’s a good idea to give your skin a day or two off from cosmetics and heavy ingredients. Your pores would be more exposed than normal, making you more prone to bacteria.
Do not use Toners
After a HydraFacial White Rock treatment, avoid using toners for a day or two. This should be followed if they contain alcohol or exfoliating or astringent ingredients. This may cause skin irritation or dryness.
Do not Visit Sauna Baths
Since you’ve had your HydraFacial Morgan Creek treatment, stay out of the hot places for at least a day. Your skin has now been steamed to the point of discomfort through your treatment, so introducing some more could irritate.
Do not Exfoliate
Exfoliating too much will damage your skin’s layer of protection and cause irritation. Since most beauty treatments have an exfoliant – chemical or physical, avoid something that can lead to discomfort for a few days afterwards. Instead, use a mild face cleaning solution.
Do not use facial cleansers rigorously on the skin
It’s best not to overdo it on products when it comes to post-facial treatment, particularly when it comes to sharp, possibly unpleasant skincare products. Retinols, at-home peels and toners containing salicylic acid all fall under this category. The fresh post-facial radiance can be turned into redness with these items.
Do not go out in the Sun
If you don’t intend to use a large hat the whole time, you can cancel all plans to sit by the poolside or beachside after your facial. You can relax after a few days, but it’s always a good idea to use sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher every day.
Do not try waxing or any hair-removal methods
Waxing cleanses the skin, and over-exfoliation increases the chances that the wax will rise, leaving you with just an unsightly scab instead of a perfectly coiffed hairline.
Our South Surrey spa offers HydraFacial by professionals who care about your skincare needs. The treatment provided at our White Rock spa is both professional and affordable. Treat your skin to a HydraFacial today!