Today, HydraFacial is among the most popular and fastest-growing facial treatments in the world, and for a good reason. This gentle, non-invasive treatment gives great results with no downtime, which is why more and more people have turned to it as their primary integrative and functional skincare spa routine.
Why is HydraFacial so Popular?
As we mentioned before, HydraFacial is the top choice for facial spa care routine because it is effective, non-invasive, and, most importantly, can be used on any skin type for any skin condition. Compared to the traditional facials like laser resurfacing and chemical peels that leave your skin irritated and red for hours or even days after the procedure, HydraFacial is far less invasive. It is because of the effectiveness and noninvasiveness of the treatment, it has become the most popular treatment offered by spas in South Surrey.
How is the HydraFacial Treatment Performed?
The average time for a HydraFacial treatment is 30 minutes, during which the specialist will go through the following steps:
Cleansing and Chemical Peeling
Your HydraFacial treatment will start with cleansing and exfoliation. Using a hydra feel tip, HydraFacial wand, and vortex cleansing, your aesthetician will cleanse and exfoliate your skin gently. Through this procedure, they aim to remove the sebum and dead skin cells from your face while opening your pores. Next, the specialist will change the wand top to deliver the chemical peel. But, this is not like your traditional chemical peels that are painful and irritating and leaves your skin irritated and red for days. In the HydraFacial treatment, a non-irritating mix of glycolic and salicylic acid is used for a gentle and effective peel. Once this is done, you will have loosened deep pore debris.
The next step involves extraction in which the device uses painless and strong vortex vacuum suction for removing impurities from your pores and blackheads. These impurities will be collected in a cup and discarded.
Since HydraFacial is a gentle treatment, you can get other treatments done as well. Once the treatment is completed, many specialists from our White Rock spa recommend that you augment the services using additional procedures such as fills or light therapy.
The last step of the HydraFacial treatment is hydration, for which the specialist will use the wand for applying a soothing hydrating and antioxidative serum that contains beneficial nutrients such as peptides. It helps in detoxifying, hydrating, and rejuvenating the skin.
It is best that you start with HydraFacial treatments two to four times a month for three months at GLOW Bright Med Spa, the best spa for HydraFacial White Rock and HydraFacial Morgan Creek treatments. It will help in establishing a better baseline for your skin’s health. After that, you can switch to a once-a-month appointment. If you want to experience the GLOW, you can book an appointment with the our med spa, the best spa for HydraFacial in South Surrey, BC, Canada.