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Quench Your Skin’s Thirst with The Incredible Impact of HydraFacials

Immerse yourself in a skincare experience like no other with HydraFacials. This revolutionary treatment is far more than a mere facial. HydraFacials are an innovative multi-step treatment that exfoliates, cleanses, and infuses your skin with intensive serums tailored to your unique skincare needs. Whether you’re battling age lines, sun damage, or acne, or just want an all-around complexion boost, HydraFacials could be the answer. They offer an unrivalled skin hydration level, delivering immediate visible improvement and promoting long-term skin health. Discover the HydraFacial difference today and enter a new era of skin radiance and rejuvenation.

What are HydraFacials

HydraFacials are a breakthrough in aesthetic technology, offering intensive rejuvenation in a 30-minute procedure. This four-step treatment starts with the unique Vortex-Fusion delivery system, which deeply cleanses the skin, extracting dirt, oil, and other impurities. Lactic acid and glucosamine are used to condition and moisturize the skin, providing a thorough cleanse while maintaining skin hydration. This advanced facial not only improves the appearance of the skin but also ensures long-term health and vitality. With HydraFacials, you receive a quick, efficient treatment that leaves your skin refreshed, revitalized, and glowing.

What do hydraFacials Treat?

  • Large pores
  • Breakouts
  • Acne
  • Exfoliation


  • Active Rashes or Sunburn: If you have a sunburn or an active rash, it’s recommended to wait until it has healed before getting a HydraFacial
  • Pregnancy: While HydraFacials are usually safe, the use of certain acids in the treatment might not be recommended during pregnancy. Always consult your doctor or dermatologist
  • Roaccutane Usage: Those who are taking Roaccutane (an acne medication) or have finished a course within the last six months may need to avoid HydraFacials, as their skin may be too sensitive for the treatment
  • Active Infections: Anyone with an active skin infection such as herpes simplex (cold sores) should avoid HydraFacials until the condition is resolved
  • Allergic Reactions: If you’re allergic to shellfish, you may need to skip the HydraFacial. Glucosamine, used in the treatment, is often derived from shellfish
  • Recent Facial Procedures: If you’ve recently had a facial procedure like a chemical peel, laser resurfacing, or plastic surgery, it’s essential to wait until your skin has completely healed before getting a HydraFacial

HydraFacial Treatment

  • HydraFacials can be done once a month
  • HydraFacial treatments are designed to be suitable for nearly all skin types.
  • No downtime after the procedure, and results can be seen immediately. After a HydraFacial treatment, skin typically appears more hydrated, bright, and clear.
  • 300 – 60 minutes total, includes Jelly mask and 20 minutes LED light
laser IPL treatment aftercare

Pretreatment Tips

  • Stop using Accutane for 6 months
  • Stop use of tretinoin or topical Retin A for at least 48 hours before
  • No chemicial peels, resurfacing treatments or laser for at least 2 weeks
  • Do not wax or use depilatories for 48 hours before
  • Avoid a lot of sun exposure and not use tanning beds for 72 hours before
  • No Botox 2 weeks before (or it could get moved around). You can have Botox after your HydraFacial

after Care Tips

  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds for 72 hours after
  • The morning after, wash your face with mild cleanser
  • Apply SPF 30 or better daily for 3-5 days
  • Do not wax or use depilatories for 48 hours after
  • Do not use any medium or deep chemical peels or laser treatments for 2 weeks
  • Do not use exfoliating treatment, like glycolic acid or enzymes for at least 48 hours
  • Avoid intense heat for 24 hours
  • Wait until the next day to wear makeup