Hydrafacial has gained astonishing popularity locally and internationally. It seems people are obsessed with this kind of facial! In case you didn’t know, there were more than 2 million hydrafacial treatments performed in 2017. That’s way more than the number of Botox treatments performed in the same year.
Hydrafacial is a non-laser procedure used for skin resurfacing. What differentiates hydrafacial from other kinds of facials is that it’s the only procedure that combines thorough cleansing, exfoliation, antioxidant protection, hydration, and extraction of blackheads into one treatment. The results of hydrafacial are amazing because it enriches your skin byleaving it clean and beautiful. Hydrafacial is gentle, and causes no inflammatory discomfort.
Today, medical spas are using hydrafacial all over the world to treat congested pores, fine lines, acne, wrinkles and hyper-pigmentation. We are pleased to answer answered some frequently asked questions about this popular, effective facial treatment…
1- Can Hydrafacial Cause Breakouts?
You may have experienced breakouts on your face after getting a facial because it’s a common side effect of most facials. However, hydrafacial does not cause breakouts. In fact, if you have a hydrafacial treatment with a breakout, you’ll come out with a clean and smooth skin. A hydrafacial doesn’t cause breakouts, but it can treat them very effectively.
2- Can I Get a Hydrafacial During Pregnancy?
Due to the intensity of the ingredients used in facials, doctors typically recommend avoiding such treatments during pregnancy. However, hydrafacial is a procedure that can be modified to meet your personal skincare needs. In fact, a lot of pregnant women enjoy hydrafacial because they love the way it makes their skin glow. To be on the safe side, consult with your doctor before having hydrafacial pregnancy.
3- Can I Get Hydrafacial After Botox?
There are patients who schedule hydrafacial and Botox treatments on the same day. In such a case, hydrafacial should be completed before a Botox treatment. However, if you have received Botox treatment first, it is best to wait one to two weeks before a hydrafacial treatment…
4- Can I Perform Hydrafacial at Home?
While it is possible to administer hydrafacial at home, we recommended receiving treatments from a professional with sufficient experience in this area. It’s safer (and more relaxing) to visit a medi spa for hydrafacial than to have one at home. With an experienced person performing the procedure, you are likely to achieve the best results.
5- How Many Hydrafacials Are Required for Visible Results?
You can see visible results after just one hydrafacial treatment. However, the effects diminish gradually, and typically do not last longer than a month. To maintain the effects of hydrafacial, it is recommended to get the treatment done one to two times per month..
If you’re looking for a cosmetic clinic to rejuvenate your skin with hydrafacial professionally, make an appointment with Marco’s Derma Care today to make your face even more beautiful.