HydraFacial is a zero-downtime treatment that incorporates a deep cleanse to reduce congestion & blackheads, a gentle exfoliation process to remove dead skin cells & a hydrating formula to rejuvenate dull skin. This gentle, relaxing facial will leave you with a healthy & radiant glow. Book a free skin consultation at our Brisbane clinic to see if this treatment is right for you!
For: Pigmentation, acne, anti-aging
Recovery: 0 days
Procedure Time: 35-45 minutes
Your specialist: Therapist
Duration of results: Variable
Best outcomes: 3-5 sessions
How much: $
- HydraFacial is a great no downtime treatment for dull skin
- With infused serums we can target acne, congestion & oil
- Each treatment is customised depending on the ingredients
- Treatments every 4-8 weeks will maintain skin health
- HydraFacial treatment is painless, with no down time
What conditions does HydraFacial treat?
This comprehensive skin treatment addresses skincare needs for all age groups & concerns including-
- Oily & Congested Skin
- Enlarged Pores
- Elasticity & Firmness
- Even Tone & Vibrancy
- Skin Texture
What can HydraFacial do for my skin?
- Improve dullness & superficial pigmentation: via exfoliation
- Reduce outbreaks - via exfoliation & infusion
- Increase collagen- via hyaluronic acid & peptide infusion
- Treats fine lines- with dermal hydration
- Reduces enlarged pores
- Protects with antioxidants
How does it work?
HydraFacial exfoliates damaged & old cells, rehydrates the upper & lower layers of skin then infuses it with antioxidants. Peptides & hyaluronic acids rejuvenate & protect the skin from UV rays & environment pollutants.
What are the four steps involved in HydraFacial treatments?
The HydraFacial system has 4- key steps:
Cleaning & Exfoliation
Dead skin cells and removed to reveal healthy fresh skin.
Skin Acid Peel
Gentle peels help to remove dirt & impurities from pores without irritation.
Painless, automated extractions use vortex suction to clean out pores.
Hydrates & Protects
Ingredients are Vortex-Fused to nourish and protect. Finally, the skin is bathed in cleansing, hydrating & moisturising serums.
How does HydraFacial compare to microdermabrasion?
We believe this is several steps up from microdermabrasion, as HydraFacial is a multistep process that cleans & infuses. Microdermabrasion only cleans & does not add nutrients to the skin.
How would I know if HydraFacial is right for me?
We recommend that you book in for a complimentary consultation with our team to see if HydraFacial is the right choice for you. You can call us and speak to one of our expert clinicians to learn more. *T&C Applies
What is one step up from a HydraFacial?
Superficial level one lasers are a step up from HydraFacial. They include-
- LARI or laser assisted retinoid infusions
- Picoway Fractional laser
- Clear & Brilliant lasers
Lasers are best for those who would like to correct a skin problem, whilst HydraFacial is great for those who would like to maintain results, with no downtime.
What is one step down from a HydraFacial?
A simple superficial chemical peel such as glycolic, lactic or salicylic acid is one step down. We can tailor chemical peels according to your skin concerns, goals, & downtime. Chemical peels are more cost effective than HydraFacials.
Is this treatment customisable?
While a facial is conducted the same way for all patients, treatments can be customised through the serums applied. Our dermal therapists understand that every patient is different and will select the right serums to address your skin issues.
How often should I get a facial?
The optional interval ranges from 4 to 8 weeks, depending on your aims & the current state of your skin.
Are there side effects to HydraFacials?
This superficial treatment is generally side-effect free. Discuss any skin allergies & skin sensitivities you may have prior to the treatment.
Post treatment do not use any actives for 24-48 hours as it takes a day to soak up all the nutrients from the HydraFacial.
What areas can be treated with HydraFacial?
HydraFacial can be use on the face, neck, décolletage, back or any other areas of concern on the body.