HydraFacial is a unique exfoliating treatment that features hydration as its main superpower! Think of HydraFacial as a “hydro” dermabrasion. It is non-aggressive and safe for all skin types. It extract impurities and infuses serum with a 4-in-1 Vortex tip that exfoliates, peels, extracts, and hydrate. That means you will always leave with a glorious dewy glow.
HydraFacial uses patented technology combined with nourishing ingredients to create an instantly gratifying glow. Frequent treatments help restore, optimize, and maintain skin health. The Hydrafacial Treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive, and generally non-irritating.
Hydrafacial treatments are beneficial for:
- Fine Lines + Wrinkles
- Elasticity + Firmness
- Even Tone + Vibrancy
- Skin Texture
- Brown Spots
- Oily + Congested Skin
- Enlarged Pores
HydraFacial is the only hydra-dermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration, and antioxidant protection simultaneously – resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime. It only takes 30 minutes and can be combined with other complimentary in-house treatments, such as BBL or Tetra CO2 Cool Peel. Booster serums can be added for acne treatment, growth factors, or brightening treatment for hyperpigmentation.
During the three steps of the Hydrafacial treatment, patients can uncover a new layer of skin with gentle exfoliation and relaxing resurfacing. The treatment will remove debris from pores with painless suction and nourish with intense moisturizers that quench skin and ultimately saturate the skin’s surface with antioxidants and peptides to maximize its glow.
3 Steps. 30 Minutes. The best skin of your life.
The goal of all facial treatments at Medical Day Spa is to address the unique, individual skin concerns of each patient. Our medical aestheticians will customize the perfect facial for each person’s skin concerns.
If you are wondering, “where can I get a HydraFacial near me”? Well, Medical Day Spa of Chapel Hill is the best place to get your HydraFacial Treatment done.
To learn more, schedule an appointment to discuss how HydraFacial can benefit you, please call Medical Day Spa of Chapel Hill at 919-904-7111.
If you live in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Fearrington, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, Hillsborough or anywhere in the Triangle area of North Carolina come on in and experience our HydraFacial cleansing treatment today!
Enjoy The Experience. Delight In The Results!
Frequently Asked Questions About HydraFacial
Q) What are the side effects of HydraFacial?
A) Most people who undergo a HydraFacial say they have smoother, clearer skin that feels softer with an improved complexion. They also like the fact there is no discomfort and no downtime.
Q) How often should you HydraFacial?
A) Hydrafacial is recommended monthly for maximum benefits. It can be done more or less frequently depending on patient preference.
Q) What is HydraFacial good for?
A) HydraFacial is the best way to cleanse, extract and hydrate your skin for a glowing appearance. Also, serums can be infused into the skin during the process to address specific skin concerns such as blackheads, fine lines, and rough or dry skin texture.
Q) How long after HydraFacial can I get Botox?
A) You can get Botox or dermal fillers within 30 minutes after your HydraFacial treatment so they can be done in the same visit. Conversely, if you have had injections of Botox or dermal fillers, it is best to wait for a week before a Hydrafacial treatment.
Q) Does HydraFacial help acne scars?
A) HydraFacial is beneficial for oily skin so it helps prevent acne breakouts and new acne scars. Other treatments such as microneedling, Vivace RF microneedling, or fractional laser are for treating established acne scars.
Q) Is HydraFacial good for wrinkles?
A) Hydrafacial treatments with added serums will improve the appearance of you skin including fine lines and wrinkles. Regularly scheduled HydraFacial treatments will help keep your skin smooth and bright. Moderate to severe wrinkles can be best treated with other modalities such as Botox, Vivace RF microneedling, and fractional laser.