Hydrafacial skin Treatment

HydraFacial – Here’s How a 30-Min Facial Could Change Your Skin Beauty.

Have you ever tried having a HydraFacial treatment? You are seriously missing out on a colossal beautifying experience if you have not. It is a combination of microdermabrasion and hydrating serums that clean, exfoliate, and hydrate your skin.

But even that definition of HydraFacial barely even scratches the tip of the iceberg due to how beneficial the treatment is. This post discusses how HydraFacial will transform your skin for the better. The focus is on what makes HydraFacial the most superior facial treatment on the market.

What is HydraFacial

HydraFacial is a three-step patented skin treatment. The three steps are clean, exfoliate, and hydrate. It effectively treats many skin conditions, such as acne, wrinkles, or skin dryness. What makes HydraFacial better than a regular facial? HydraFacial has proven itself more effective in eliciting results. Not only does HydraFacial give more radical results, but it also gives those results in record time. The treatment uses a non-invasive mechanized wand to penetrate deeper layers of the skin. The wand cleans, exfoliates, and delivers serums to the second layer of your skin.

What Transpires in a HydraFacial Session

A single HydraFacial session lasts for only 30 minutes on average. Here is a step-by-step account of what happens while in a HydraFacial session.

Cleansing and Exfoliation

The HydraFacial wand device uses a vortex cleansing tip. This tip gently cleans your skin in preparation for the succeeding steps in the treatment. Combined with the vortex cleansing tip is the hydra peel tip, which gently exfoliates the skin. The exfoliation process sands away dead skin cells and sebum to open your pores gently. This part of the treatment feels like having a soft, vibrating massage on your face.

Chemical Peel

You will notice the aesthetician replace the cleaning and exfoliating tips with a different one. This tip delivers a gentle chemical peel just beneath your skin’s surface. But unlike other chemical peels, which can irritate or burn the skin, HydraFacial uses a non-irritating chemical peel. The chemical peel is a mixture of salicylic acid and glycolic acid. This combination is gentle yet effective. The chemical peel loosens the hold of debris set deeply in your pores.


Next, the device will employ a powerful vortex vacuum to suck out the blackheads and other impurities from the pores. As powerful as the suctioning tool is, it is painless. You will see the impurities collected in a small cup for disposal from the extraction process.

Hydrating Serum

The final step of the treatment is injecting hydrating serum into your skin. The cosmetic practitioner will use the HydraFacial wand device to apply a gently soothing serum to your skin. The serum contains antioxidants and hydrating substances. It also has peptides and other beneficial nutrients to detoxify, refresh or rejuvenate, and hydrate the skin. This final step of the process sets HydraFacial apart from regular facials. While other facial treatments only clean and exfoliate the skin, Hydra Facial equips it with the necessary nutrients to prevent future damage. Plus, the final and hydrating step of the Hydra Facial therapy gives the skin that extra glow and health to diminish unaesthetic skin conditions further.

How Does HydraFacial Change Your Skin Beauty

Hydra Facial penetrates deeper into the skin to provide a more thorough cleaning, exfoliating, and hydrating experience, unlike some regular facials. But what are the specific ways through which Hydra Facial benefits your skin?

Treats Acne

There are no scientific or clinical studies that highlight the effects of HydraFacial on acne. However, its microdermabrasion techniques have been proven to eliminate acne and acne scarring repeatedly. Microdermabrasion techniques lightly sand and exfoliate the skin. The cleansing, exfoliating, chemical peeling, and extracting features of HydraFacial all contribute to the eradication of acne. They remove dead skin cells, sebum, and deep-seated dirt from the pores, all of which cause acne. They also remove blackheads and other impurities, leading to an acne breakout.

Combats Rosacea

Rosacea is an acute skin condition that is hard to treat. It is characterized by reddening the skin and the appearance of the blood vessels in your face. While no research undeniably proves the efficacy of HydraFacial for rosacea, the penetration of nutrients into the skin is beneficial to those living with the skin condition.

Reduces Signs of Aging

You will see a noticeable reduction of signs of aging shortly after a HydraFacial session. A scientific study in 2008 discovered that it is far more effective in combating signs of aging than using serums alone. The signs of aging that it reduces are:

  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Hyperpigmentation or brown spots
  • Age spots
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Oily and incredibly congested skin
  • Enlarged pore size

Furthermore, HydraFacial also restores the skin by making it more firm. It makes the skin more elastic.

Other Benefits

Aside from the three huge benefits listed above, HydraFacial has more advantages you don’t want to miss out on.

Not Just for the Face

What immediately flashes to your mind when you encounter the word “facial”? Perhaps the images of lotions, creams, or gels appear. Facials are a group of skincare treatments focused on the face. But with HydraFacial, all parts of the body are a good candidate.

Suitable for All Skin Types

HydraFacial is suitable for all skin types. Unlike some skin treatments, HydraFacial works on all skin tones and is no less effective whether you are light or dark-skinned. It can calm inflamed skin throughout the body. It is a suitable lip treatment, eye treatment, scalp treatment, and lymphatic drainage. Whatever skin problem you have, talk to a professional about HydraFacial to see if it can treat the condition.

Who to Talk to About Appointments?

Tensegrity Health & Aesthetics is the best medical spa in the entire state of Maine. Reach out to us to book a HydraFacial appointment today! You can reach us at 207-337-9851 or hello@tensegrityhealth.sprucecare.com. Alternatively, you can visit our office at One Cumberland Place, Suite 114, Bangor, Maine.

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