Hydrafacial - An Innovative Skin Rejuvenation Technology
Hydrafacial - An Innovative Skin Rejuvenation Technology
This blog contains things you want to know about Hydrafacial machine, including Hydrafacial treatment techniques, benefits, results, when treatment is needed, and Hydrafacial treatment steps. These are all important reasons why Hydrafacial treatment is becoming more and more popular.

What Is Hydrafacial?

Hydrafacial is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment. It is also called "hydrodermabrasion". This treatment can rejuvenate, cleanse and moisturize the skin at the same time.

Hydrafacial treatment is generally divided into two steps. The first stage is to exfoliate, and the second stage is to moisturize the skin. Most importantly, it is a painless and non-invasive cosmetic method. Hydrafacial should be performed in a series of several treatments. For example, a series of treatments performed 6 times a week will perfectly rejuvenate the skin, reduce visible wrinkles, and delay the appearance of new wrinkles.

Traditional dermabrasion is the direct and controlled removal of a certain number of epidermal layers, sometimes even to the dermal structure. One of the latest achievements is the creation of new technology - Hydrafacial, or hydrodermabrasion, which combines the non-crystalline microdermabrasion skin resurfacing, has the effect of multifunctional antioxidant essence and combines it with the vacuum.

This method has several advantages over prototypes: Hydrafacial can be used for all skin types. The treatment process is comfortable and painless, and will not cause redness, irritation, tightness, and dryness after the operation.

The main difference between Hydrafacial treatment and other cosmetic treatments is that crystals are not used for exfoliation during treatment. Instead, use a disposable nozzle with a spiral rib surface, which provides a high level of preservatives and makes the exfoliation process soft and delicate.

While exfoliating, apply the essence containing antioxidant, moisturizing, cleansing, and anti-inflammatory ingredients to the cleaned skin in sequence. We recommend that clients undergo Hydrafacial treatment in summer and winter. The treatment time is about 20-30 minutes each time, which is one of the main reasons why it is loved by people. At the end of treatment, apply skincare products and sunscreen, because even mild exfoliation can make the skin more susceptible to sun damage.


Benefits of Hydrafacial Technology

·It is an innovative thing in the hardware beauty market.

·Short treatment time (20-30 minutes).

·The treatment process is painless and comfortable.

·No need for any recovery period.

·Suitable for all skin types.

·Absolute physiological effects.

·Results that can be seen after one treatment.

·Solve many aesthetic problems at the same time.

·Can be used in combination with other methods (acid peeling, diamond surface resurfacing).

·Strengthen the effect of the cosmetics used.

·There is no age limit.

·There is no seasonal restriction.

Hydrafacial Results: Evenly brightens the complexion; facial lift; deep cleansing of the skin; strong moisturizing; rejuvenation.


When Do You Need Hydrafacial Treatment?

This treatment allows you to smooth wrinkles, remove age spots, and improve skin tone.

Indications of Hydrafacial:

·Any type of contaminated skin.

·Any type of dehydrated skin.

·Oily skin with pores.

·Fine lines and wrinkles visible on the face.

·Dry skin.

·Age syndrome.

·Dark surface pigmentation.


·The severity of acne I-II.

Hydrafacial treatment can be applied to all types of skin (including sensitive skin).

We recommend treatment every 7 days. It takes 6-8 courses of treatment. The specific number of treatment courses needs to be determined according to your skin condition.


How Is Hydrafacial Treatment Performed?

Hydrafacial treatment is performed on a specially designed Hydrafacial machine. It produces an appropriate stream of saline droplets, and high-pressure saline drops on the head of the device. Then, when they are released from the device, they come into contact with the skin and effectively remove dead cells.

The second stage of treatment is to apply the active substance to the face in the same way. The active ingredients used in the treatment include protein, antioxidants, and natural collagen. After cleansing the face, the skin can absorb the essence more quickly, and most importantly, it is more effective, resulting in better results.

Hydrafacial is a painless treatment suitable for all skin types. Initially, lymphatic drainage is performed to improve blood circulation and accelerate the excretion of toxins. Further, the treatment process is carried out according to the following steps:

1. Clean pores and remove keratinocytes;

2. Use essence, glycolic acid, and other products selected according to skin characteristics for acidic exfoliation;

3. Vacuum deep cleansing of the skin according to Hydrafacial technology, using a special handle;

4. The last stage of LED phototherapy, red anti-inflammatory, blue anti-acne;

5. Use skincare products to moisturize the skin, give it elasticity, and use special combinations, including antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid.

Hydrafacial is a modern treatment procedure that combines multiple technologies. Here, the vacuum Hydrafacial instrument is combined with the use of various serums. The serum improves the recovery process and promotes skin renewal. Hydrafacial treatment can be used as a one-time quick treatment or as a course to remove skin blemishes.


Are There Any Contraindications To Hydrafacial?

Hydrafacial treatment is divided into two stages. The first stage is exfoliation, and the second stage is the hydration of the epidermis. This is a great way to reduce wrinkles and visibly restore skin vitality.

However, like many other cosmetic treatments, Hydrafacial treatment also has corresponding contraindications. First of all, Hydrafacial treatment should not be performed on skin affected by fungi, viruses, bacteria, or suffering from tumors. Age spots on the skin and mechanical damage to epidermal acne are also contraindications. People with chronic sinusitis should not undergo Hydrafacial treatment.