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Hydradermabrasion 

Skin rejuvenation , cells renewal, skin exfoliation , hydration infusion 

What is Hydra dermabrasion?

Hydra dermabrasion is a non-invasive, multi-step treatment. That combines the benefits of next-level hydra dermabrasion, a chemical peel, automated painless extractions (no pinching!), and a special delivery of Antioxidants, Hyaluronic Acid, and Peptides. It does all of this in one quick treatment that delivers real results without downtime or irritation.


STEP 1: EXFOLIATION 

Hydra dermabrasion is the latest innovation in advanced skincare technology, effortlessly and painlessly exfoliating the skin without the use of hard crystals or abrasive wands while simultaneously infusing clinical-grade products dermally.

Hydra dermabrasion utilizes a high velocity of water along with the chemical peel solution serum. The technician is striking it against the skin to provide deep exfoliation and skin rejuvenation resulting in the gentle removal of dead skin cells. The vacuum gently pulls the skin into the top of the applicator to opens the pores by removing impurities from the stratum corneum. The level of suction can be adjusted based on the patient’s skin. While the skin is being pulled upward, the tip spins 360 degrees to evenly spread the solution that the fine jet streams strongly expel. The vacuum increases local micro- blood circulation while the spinning tip micro-massages the skin to increase the spread of nutrients released from the bloodstream.

STEP 2: HYDRATION INFUSION

Once the skin was deeply cleaned, hydra dermabrasion uses infusion technology to hydrate and treat the skin’s specific requirements. It is done by infusing into the deepest layers of the skin antioxidants, peptides, amino acids, and vitamins to re-hydrate and supply the skin with all the essential components it needs. Leaving the skin looking brighter, smoother, rejuvenated, and healthier. Feeling softer immediately after the procedure.

Concerns Treated : 

  • Fine lines and Wrinkles

  • Skin Elasticity and Firmness

  • Uneven Skin Tone

  • Uneven Skin Texture

  • Pigment Spots

  • Oily and Congested Skin

  • Enlarged Pores

  • Dry Skin

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Hydradermabrasion Benefits: 

  • Instantly revitalizes and nourishes worn out dehydrated and sunken skin.

  • Lessen the look of fine lines and wrinkles and plump up the complexion.

  • Treat and decrease congestion and acne

  • Improve acne scarring

  • Minimize the look of large pores

  • Refine thickened skin

  • Reduce pigmentation and sun-damage.

  • Thoroughly exfoliate dead skin cells and promote new collagen and elastin production.

How much does Hydradermabrasion cost per treatment?

Average Cost: $250

Price Range: $199-$300

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FAQ

All you need to know

Hydradermabrasion: FAQ

Who is the best candidate for this treatment?

The best candidate anyone  who is experiencing any skin concerns such fine lines, uneven skin tone, dehydration, pigmentation , clogged pores or sensitive skin   .

Hydradermabrasion Contraindications

  • Pregnant or breast feeding

  • Recent IPL or laser treatment (within 2 weeks)

  • Active infection of any type, such as Herpes simplex virus or flat warts.

  • Active acne

  • Sunburn

  • Any recent chemical peel procedure (within 2 weeks)

How long does the treatment take?

Each session takes just on average 30 minutes. The treatment doesn't require special post care , you can come back to your regular activities immediately after the treatment.

How many sessions are needed to see results? Are they permanent?

Most patients receive five to sixteen treatments per area , though the exact number will depend on the age  and condition of the area that being treated.

Is there any specific pre- or post-procedure care required?

You will not have downtime or a recovery period. Some patients’ skin turns pink or red. The skin can swell a bit for next few hours. 
Aerobic exercise or vigorous physical activity should be avoided until all redness has subsided. Direct sunlight exposure is to be completely avoided immediately following the treatment (including any strong UV light exposure and tanning beds). If some sun exposure cannot be avoided, first apply sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or greater. Although sunscreen should be a part of your daily skin care, for a minimum of two weeks, a sunscreen with at least a SPF of 30 must be applied.

Clinical Studies & More

Hydradermabrasion: News

Hydradermabrasion: an innovative modality for nonablative facial rejuvenation

Clinical Study Hydradermabrasion

Hydradermabrasion effectively improved skin quality both clinically and histologically.

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