If you haven’t heard of the Hydrafacial before, you’re probably going to want one after reading this article. The Hydrafacial is a treatment that has become a celebrity favourite, and for good reason too! It combines cleansing, extraction, and hydration all in one treatment to improve the appearance of congested, oily, tired, and even ageing skin. Let’s find out how!
Introducing: the Hydrafacial
The Hydrafacial has 6 steps that help to boost the health, glow, and appearance of your skin. We begin with detoxing the skin to eliminate toxins and increase circulation to the area. We then progress to cleansing and exfoliating, which lifts dead skin cells and any skin debris that may be blocking healthy skin cells from the surface. The third step is the introduction of a brightening agent that uses a glycolic and salicylic solution to extract blemishes from the pores and give the skin a healthy glow. Extraction comes next, which removes blackheads from the skin. Hydration is added using anti-oxidants, hyaluronic acid and peptides to a youthful hydration and bounce to the skin, ideal for those experiencing fine lines. The final step is rejuvenation, which uses a red and infrared LED light to stimulate fresh collagen production, reduce redness, and leave skin glowing and fresh. It’s a relaxing and refreshing detox treatment for your skin!
Who would benefit from a Hydrafacial?
Just about anybody can benefit from a Hydrafacial, and you don’t need to be experiencing acne or problematic skin to see great results. While it can improve fine lines and hyperpigmentation through its collagen production, it can also simply better the complexion and skin’s appearance for those who just feel like treating themselves. It’s a transformative treatment that improves the appearance of skin regardless of the severity of its condition. It comes equipped with no downtime, no residual irritation, and still delivers exceptional results.
What does the Hydrafacial treat?
The Hydrafacial is capable of reducing the appearance of:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Tired or dull skin
- Uneven skin tone and texture
- Irregular pigmentation and hyperpigmentation
- Oily, congested, blemished skin
- Enlarged pores and spots
How does it work?
The Hydrafacial uses ‘vortex technology’ that works to suction pore blockages out while introducing active serums to the skin while it is still porous. This means there is no uncomfortable squeezing or peeling as there may have been with traditional facials or chemical peels, but instead it is more comparable to a light massage. Everything that has been suctioned out is then collected in a bottle attached to the machine and handpiece, so you can actually see the oil and debris extracted from your skin after treatment!
Treat yourself to a Hydrafacial in Brighton today with Allison Jeffery Skin Health & Laser Clinic. Book your initial appointment today on 01273 262600.