Technology: Vortex technology – infuses antioxidants and other skin actives while extracting impurities. HydraFacial is the most used cosmetic treatment in the world after botox.
Uses: Pore reduction, texture improvement, hydration, glass skin, fine line reduction, pigmentation reduction.
Practitioner: Paris Dukas.
What is a HydraFacial?
HydraFacial is a mild, non-invasive procedure that uses Vortex technology to gently cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate the skin. The HydraFacial uses a suction motion to extract dead skin cells and open the pores, simultaneously nourishing the skin with a fusion of antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid.HydraFacial treatments can be adjusted to deliver additional properties to your skin, depending on what your skin needs. This is an ideal treatment to receive when you want your skin to look its very best, for example before a special event.
HydraFacial treatments are designed to give your skin an instantly gratifying glow in just 3 steps:
Cleanse + Peel – The first step allows you to uncover a new layer of skin with gentle exfoliation and relaxing resurfacing.
Extract + Hydrate – Next, any debris will be removed from your pores with painless suction. Intense moisturisers are then applied to nourish and quench the skin.
Fuse + Protect – In order to maximise your glow, your skin will finally be saturated with antioxidants, peptides and other skin goodness.
What to expect during your HydraFacial treatment
HydraFacial treatments are very comfortable, with a full face treatment taking approximately 30 to 60 minutes to complete.
After your skin has been cleansed, we will lay you down in our treatment room. As the HydraFacial wand touches your skin, you may feel a sucking sensation or a damp coolness, however there should be no tingle sensation or any other discomfort.
Skin concerns that HydraFacial can treat
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Enlarged pores
- Oily and congested skin
- Brown spots
- Poor skin texture
- Elasticity and firmness
- Even tone and vibrancy
Frequently Asked Questions
HydraFacial treatments offer the same benefits of microdermabrasion, without the skin irritation and downtime the latter often causes. Microdermabrasion treatments use an abrasive tip to resurface the skin, often leading to red, irritated and dry skin post treatment. A HydraFacial, on the other hand, does not use crystal technology to exfoliate, meaning that there is no abrasion to the skin tissue. Instead, HydraFacial treatments gently remove dead skin cells whilst simultaneously infusing nutrients into the skin.
Want to treat your skin with a healthy glow? Contact Kallistēi Skin today to book a complimentary 30 minute consultation with our skin revitalisation expert.
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