HydraFacial is a six stage, luxury facial treatment, designed to rebuild the skin’s health and provide deep, long-lasting hydration
- Average treatment time
- What results can I expect?
Naturally radiant, healthy-looking, glowing skin.
- How long will my results last?
Usually about 2 weeks but on-going, regular maintenance treatments will deliver continued results.
- Is there any downtime required?
No downtime is needed with this treatment.
About this treatment
Firstly it detoxifies the skin, removing dead skin cells and extracting debris and then delivers deep hydration and essential nutrient support to protect and rebuild the skin’s collagen levels. It can help smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, even out skin tone, improve skin texture and increase firmness. We may recommend HydraFacial to treat a number of skin conditions including acne, enlarged pores, pigmentation, sun damage and oily skin.
HydraFacial uses revolutionary vortex technology to cleanse, exfoliate and administer a personally tailored combination of serums and solutions to the skin, meaning that it can be carefully targeted to each individual patient’s condition.
This treatment is also very popular with Hollywood celebrities due to its immediately noticeable results and its ability to give the skin an instant refresh and glow. As a result, HydraFacial has become a regular part of many of our patients on-going skincare programmes.
Frequently asked questions
Is this treatment right for me?HydraFacial is suitable for all skin types and for use in treating a wide range of conditions. We may not recommend this treatment if you are pregnant.
How does this treatment work?It works in 4 main stages - cleansing, exfoliating, extracting, and hydrating the skin, with carefully tailored serums that are infused into the pores with the HydraPeel Tip, a hand-held pen-like device that is gently moved over the skin.
Will I feel any pain during my treatment?No, there is no pain associated with this treatment and many patients find it a relaxing and pampering experience.
Are there any side effects or risks associated with this treatment?Very rarely some mild irritation may occur, but this is unusual.