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Hydrafacial is a non-invasive treatment that combines exfoliation, impurity extraction and hydration with the infusion of a specific serum (the Booster) to deliver radiant, glowing skin.

Who is Hydrafacial for?

Hydrafacial is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. It makes our skin healthier and can treat a wide range of skin problems such as acne, dark spots, fine lines and dryness.

How does a Hydrafacial session work?

The first step is gentle exfoliation of the epidermis using a special tip and a salicylic acid solution. This removes dead cells and impurities from the skin’s surface, promoting a more radiant complexion. Next, we apply a gentle peeling solution, which can range in concentration from very light to medium, to soften skin tissue, temporarily dilate pores and loosen deep-seated impurities. Hydrafacial then uses extraction technology to draw out blackheads, comedones and other impurities from the skin, leaving pores cleaner and less clogged. After exfoliation and extraction, we deeply moisturise the skin. Boosters containing synergistic actives such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins and antioxidants are infused into the skin, improving its elasticity, radiance and texture. A targeted LED light therapy session is scheduled after each treatment to optimise serum absorption.

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Duration and frequency

A Hydrafacial session lasts approximately 45 minutes.

Hydrafacial treatment delivers visible results from the very first session. Patients experience smoother skin, a brighter complexion and a reduction in skin imperfections. The treatment can be tailored to each patient’s specific needs, making it a versatile solution to a variety of skin problems. To maintain healthy, radiant skin, Hydrafacial sessions are recommended every 2 months, or at least every change of season.

Can Hydrafacial be combined with other treatments?

Hydrafacial complements and reinforces other aesthetic treatments such as Botox or hyaluronic acid injections, Morpheus 8 radiofrequency sessions, HALO fractional laser, micro-needling and growth factors.

What are the contraindications to Hydrafacial?

  •  Pregnancy and breastfeeding
  •  Allergy to glycolic acid.
  •  Active herpes outbreak.