HydraFacial is a medical grade, anti-ageing facial. Popular as a stand alone facial, but also frequently incorporated as a maintenance treatment for patients in between scheduled appointments involving lasers or injectables.
Medical Grade Facials take the traditional facial several steps further, due to the strength of the products and also the equipment that is used.
The HydraFacial is a 6 step facial that takes its name from the root word Hydrate and it incorporates:
Detoxing of the skin with lymphatic drainage;
Cleansing and the gentle exfoliation of dead skin cells;
Application of a glycolic and salicylic solution to brighten the skin;
Painless extraction to remove any impurities or congestion;
Delivery of a combination of hyaluronic acid, antioxidants and peptides, to hydrate and plump the skin, and
Red and infrared LED light to reduce redness and stimulate collagen production.
Whilst a HydraFacial can be carried out in isolation to other procedures at the clinic (and still with good results), it is especially suitable for prolonging the effects of other more intensive treatments.
To find out more about HydraFacials, book a consultation with Dr Haus or with one of his colleagues.
Responses to treatment will vary from person to person and may even vary in the same person over time. It is for this reason that results are not guaranteed.
I booked my HydraFacial right after London Fashion Week after which I had cumulated 4 weeks of non-stop work sans day off, a couple of trips and 4 to 6 hours sleep per night. I was physically and mentally exhausted and it showed on my face. Suitable for both men and women, this treatment is thorough to say the least. It is not a pampering treatment of any sorts but it probably is one of the most efficient facials in the market to reboot the skin.