HydraFacial Treatment: 30 Minutes To A Glowing Skin
A way to cleanse and exfoliate and hydrate and moisturize your skin all at once. Is it too good to be true? How long would it even last? What about the cost? Let’s dive into all those answers about HydraFacial treatment.
Yes, we’ve all been there. You wake up in the morning, look at yourself in the bathroom mirror, and wonder to yourself what the hydra went wrong with your skin. When no face wash or cream or concealer is good enough, perhaps a HydraFacial is what you need. Besides, even if you already have that Jennifer Lopez skin glow, show it some extra love this weekend!
There are plenty of HyrdraFacial clinics in Sharjah you can choose from, including AlQudrah Medical Center. You can contact us about charges and more specific details before making a final decision. Also, you can find before/after pictures of Hydrafacial results at the end of this post, so that you can see how it works.
What Does HydraFacial Do? Is It Worth It?
Hey, let’s be honest. We all have to deal with skin problems. As much as you’d like your skin to stay in perfect condition, that’s not how it works. For older women or men, it could be those little wrinkles that have begun to show up on your face (totally uninvited, by the way). Or perhaps you have skin that is too oily or too dry. Or maybe you just wish your skin felt a little firmer. The point is, a HydraFacial could help.
What Is HydraFacial?
So what is this thing? HydraFacial is a new technology that covers the whole skincare package. It’s a treatment that cleanses, exfoliates, and hydrates your skin to give it that golden hour glow. It can even include an antioxidant application to cleanse and purify your skin to its deepest level.
The dermal infusion of medicinal products and crystal-free exfoliation in the HydraFacial session is specifically designed to hydrate and decrease inflammation in the skin, reverse photodamage, and protect the skin membrane. It is a relatively new procedure and works effectively on all skin types.
In the words of Sameer Bashey, a clinical instructor in dermatology at the University of Southern California, LA:
“It’s a “medical-grade hydradermabrasion device that carries out a patented three-part regimen — cleansing, exfoliating, and then infusing skin with intensive serums.”
What Does HydraFacial Do?
By using this process, the HydraFacial extracts all dirt particles and impurities from your skin. It removes dead skin cells and also thoroughly hydrates aging or dull skin. The final result can leave your skin feeling naturally soft and beautiful!
Is HydraFacial Treatment Suitable For You?
Hydrafacial treatment is suitable for all skin types and does not cause any kind of irritation or inflammation. It is amazingly effective at improving skin health and leaves you feeling good. But you should avoid Hydrafacial treatment if you have an active rashes sunburns or rosacea.
It improves skin texture and removes fine lines or wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and dead skin cells. All the while, also treating oily or dry skin, enlarged pores, and other signs of aging. The gentle salicylic acid peels help to clean the pores by loosening the dirt. Thus removing excess oil from the skin and uncloging the pores.
The 3-Step HydraFacial Process
Most HydraFacial clinics follow a variation of these basic three steps:
1. CLEANSE – In this step, your skincare doctor will gently exfoliate your skin until it uncovers a fresh layer underneath. The process of cleansing and resurfacing will get rid of dead skin cells, any dirt particles, or impurities.
2. EXTRACT + HYDRATE – Next, the attention would be directed towards your skin pores. Your dermatologist will remove any debris or impurities with a painless suction tube. Further, they are also likely to moisturize your skin and hydrate it with top quality skincare products.
3. FUSE + PROTECT – Finally, the last step would be to use antioxidants and peptides on your skin’s surface to maximize skin glow.
What Is Used In HydraFacial?
Hydrafacial treatment begins with cleansing. Your dermatologist may use a HydraFacial machine for this process and remove dead skin cells and excess sebum from your skin. After this, they will apply a mix of salicylic and glycolic acids to the skin. This helps break up any dirt and oil that might be clogging your pores.
Next, the HydraPeel Tip can be used to vacuum out any impurities on your skin such as blackheads, dirt, or oil. Meanwhile, your HydraFacial dermatologist will also apply hydrating and nourishing serums to your skin.
With the use of new, breakthrough technology, the HydraFacial process moisturizes and hydrates the skin, while also removing impurities and leaving behind a dewy, radiant-looking skin.
How Much Does Hydrafacial Treatment Cost?
A HydraFacial can cost anywhere from AED 300 to AED 1000+ or $150 to $300. This depends on the clinic you go to. Here’s the thing. Since this process uses a machine (even though it is, technically, just a facial), it can increase the cost. Yet, that’s not all. The machine alone cannot complete the treatment. It is also accompanied by various high-end skincare ampules and products.
The Difference Between High-End And Low-End HydraFacials
Hydrafacials that are at the lower end of the cost spectrum tend to use basic methods. This means there’s nothing “extra” here. Nevertheless, it works just the same, and also makes use of a HydraFacial machine.
Meanwhile, if you were to go to a more high-end clinic, the facial would be very extra. It would include all kinds of super serums, hyaluronic acid masks, hydro-peptides, etc. Of course, an expensive HydraFacial is likely to end up lasting longer and showing better results.
A little more money can make a lot of difference in the quality of skin care products used during the facial. These products will properly hydrate your skin from the inside out, and you would not have to pay for such things separately later on.
Despite that, even a HydraFacial that costs less will bring you amazing results! Let’s remember people, this is the facial everybody is talking about. Exfoliating scrubs and face creams are just not cutting it anymore.
How Long Does HydraFacial Last?
Hydrafacial results are immediate and visible. Your skin will feel youthful, clean, and soft as soon as you get this facial. As for lasting results, it depends on the clinic you go to. They can last anywhere from up to a few days to a month.
You can get a HydraFacial as often as every week or every month, depending on where you live and what your skin needs are. Your dermatologist will give you a recommendation based on your specific skin type.
This means it could be worth a try or two!
What Can You Expect After HydraFacial Treatment?
Having said that, Hydrafacial treatment is not a quick fix. Even though your skin will immediately appear to glow up, long-term results take time. For example, if you want to get rid of acne or other serious skin problems, then a HydraFacial might not be enough. Especially not if only done once. Perhaps your dermatologist will recommend something more for you or you might have to get the Hydrafacial treatment more often.
The thing is, Hydrafacial treatment is intended to improve your skin’s appearance over time. This means it does work.
But also, its effects do last longer than other facials. Although to get maximum results, doctors recommend getting the facial every 4 to 6 weeks.
Can HydraFacial Cause Side Effects?
It is extremely unlikely that a HydraFacial could cause your skin any damage or breakouts. On the contrary, here are all the reasons why you can trust a HydraFacial:
- There is no downtime or discomfort, throughout the entire process.
- It takes only 30 minutes.
- It is suitable and effective for all skin types.
- You will see immediate results.
- It can address specific skin concerns too, ensuring to cater to your skincare needs.
- It does not cause any sort of pain or irritation.
- The HydraFacial technology that’s used is safe and designed to provide you with the best facial experience.
That aside, some people have other concerns too.
Can You Get a HydraFacial While Getting Other Treatments?
According to skincare specialists, you absolutely can! This means that you could get a HydraFacial while getting Botox, fillers, or micro-blading. It won’t interfere with any of these other procedures in any way york city. Despite that, it is also not an alternative for any of those procedures!
A HyraFacial treatment can enhance your skin massively. It has several benefits:
- Hydrates and brightens skin
- Clears complexion
- Reduces brown spots
- Reduces wrinkles
- Increases firmness of the skin
- Helps prevent new pigmentation formation
- Reverses aging
- Smoothens skin texture and tone
- Reduces the appearance of enlarged pores
Could You Perform HydraFacial At Home?
Well, ladies (or men), we could always do our facials at home, right? Sure, we can use the same old traditional methods to cleanse and exfoliate the skin. What’s the difference, anyway? Why does it matter? Well, without the right equipment, it won’t be a HydraFacial, that is for sure. It is called that for a reason. Yes, we can get results with at-home facials, but probably not to the same degree.
However, having said that, you should do what floats your boat, right? In other words, if you think you cannot afford to get a Hydrafacial from a professional clinic, then maybe now is not the time. Just give yourself a nice, skin-pampering routine at home. You will be left feeling refreshed and rejuvenated either way!
Meanwhile, if you can afford the time and luxury to get a HydraFacial, then go for it! The results are amazing and you will not be disappointed. Down below, you can see before and after pictures of the visible results of a HydraFacial.
Contact us for further information on our HydraFacial services.
In conclusion, it depends on you whether you get a HydraFacial from a professional clinic (which is highly recommended) or do it at home. However, if you do decide to go to a professional clinic, you won’t be disappointed with the results. Let us know if you decide to try it out!