HydraFacial is a skin resurfacing treatment that can exfoliate dead skin cells and also help hydrate the skin. HydraFacial works well as an all-round rejuvenation treatment and can help with a number of different skin conditions and is suitable for a range of different skin types. For those looking for visible skin refinement and some anti-aging improvements then HydraFacial can help the skin look healthier and brighter. Learn more about what HydraFacial is and how HydraFacial works.
HydraFacial consists of a three-step process that can help improve the look of the skin. The first step is a cleansing process that is often likened to Microdermabrasion. The second step is an exfoliation treatment which helps remove dead skin cells. After the cleaning process has been completed, the final stage of HydraFacial focuses on hydrating the skin with skin care serums and moisturizers. By cleansing, exfoliating and moisturizing the skin, one’s appearance can be improved, and all with no downtime.
Skin Conditions That HydraFacial Can Help With
Hyperpigmentation – if you have brown spots on your skin and are looking for a treatment to reduce their appearance then HydraFacial can be combined with with Brightalive Serum which is a non-retinol skin brightener. Brightalive contains alpha arbutin and bioengineered plant phytotechnology to help with hyperpigmentation issues.
Rosacea – HydraFacial can be combined with Rozatrol Serum which is designed to relieve Rosacea. This super serum can help prevent excess sebum production (one of the potential causes of Rosacea) while helping with inflammation, and healthy cell renewal.
Skin Hydration – For skin hydration then HydraFacial can be combined with Sente Dermal Repair which contains Heparan Sulfate Analog (HSA). This patented technology can help with both hydration and improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Clear Out Damaged Collagen and Elastin – For those with thinning and aging skin, looking to give their collagen production a boost, then HydraFacial can be combined with Alastin Trihex-Pro serum which contains peptides and active botanicals. This treatment can help with the elasticity and firmness of the skin’s surface and can also improve the skin tone and texture.
Skin Detox – HydraFacial can be combined with lymphatic drainage which is designed to remove toxic buildup within the skin. Lymphatic drainage can also help with inflammation and can improve circulation allowing the skin to produce better oxygen which can lead to a more radiant skin texture.
For Acne – HydraFacial can be combined with blue LED light therapy that can help with acne. If you’re suffering with acne or have acne prone skin there are a number of treatments that might help.
If you’re thinking of having a HydraFacial treatment there are a number of different add-ons that can be applied alongside the treatment.
For issues with hyperpigmentation then Britenol can be used as it has been formulated to help target dark spots. This can also help with sunspots and sun damage. Britenol contains Alpha Arbutin and Vitamin C.
For anti-aging and skin refinement then Dermabuilder can help boost collagen production in the skin. Dermabuilder contains a blend of peptides which are fragments of protein, the building blocks of skin. When collagen is boosted within the skin, it can help restore skin health and elastin, which can improve skin tone and diminish the signs of aging. Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF) can also help with anti-aging. Again, these proteins can help boost collagen production which in turn helps the skin look younger.
Dr. Michele S. Green, a board certified dermatologist based in New York City, practices the latest techniques in skin care to give you the look that you deserve. To learn more about HydraFacial treatments contact us online today or call 212-535-3088.