From unclogging pores to delivering that radiant glow, HydraFacials are a versatile cosmetic treatment suitable for every skin type. Stay tuned for the answers to all your HydraFacial FAQ.
What tools are used during treatment?
This is a popular HydraFacial FAQ – though the answer might surprise you. All you need for your HydraFacial is the HydraFacial machine itself and a sterilized tip for the machine. That’s it!
What are the benefits of a HydraFacial?
HydraFacials are the holy grail of facial treatments. As the name suggests, they deliver intense hydration to the skin. Additionally, they exfoliate the skin in a way that we’re unable to do manually.
How often should I get this procedure?
For optimal results, we recommend getting treatments done once per month.
Are HydraFacials safe for sensitive skin?
They sure are! Because this treatment is highly adjustable, it’s suitable for all skin types. Here at Hackley DDS, we adjust the machine’s suction level to accommodate those with more sensitive skin.
Do HydraFacials help with acne?
Yes! Because HydraFacials remove dirt and debris from pores, they are ideal for people struggling with acne. Additionally, they infuse acne-eliminating products — like salicylic acid — into the skin.
Does this treatment help with wrinkles?
Because HydraFacials infuse hydration into the skin, they temporarily improve wrinkles and fine lines. However, this isn’t specifically a “wrinkle treatment.”
How long does it take?
HydraFacials typically last about 30-45 minutes. However, the exact duration of your treatment depends on the specific peels and/or extractions being performed.
Do I need multiple treatments?
Your skin appears fresh, exfoliated, and ultra-hydrated after each treatment. However, patients who opt for regular HydraFacials maintain that fresher complexion for longer. Getting regular treatments also diminishes acne-prone patients’ chances of seriously breaking out.
Hydrafacial FAQ Answered
If you are interested in learning more about this wonderful treatment, please contact our office.