It is one of the most popular in-office treatments in the country and it is available at Southeastern Dermatology. HydraFacial is a non-invasive facial and it has developed a following around the world.
According to numbers from beauty magazine Allure, a HydraFacial is performed every 15 seconds somewhere in the world. This adds up to 2 million treatments last year alone. Learn about HydraFacial and how it can give you the best skin of your life.
What is HydraFacial?
HydraFacial is a skin resurfacing procedure. It is non-invasive and serum based. Suitable for all skin types, HydraFacial is indulgent and hydrating. HydraFacial thoroughly treats the skin. It provides four essential services in one: cleansing, exfoliation, extraction and hydration. HydraFacial relies on Vortex-Fusion to add antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid to the skin.
HydraFacial targets a variety of skin concerns. You’ll find that HydraFacial is beneficial for and can treat:
- Sun damage
- Oily Skin
- Brown spots
- Acne scars
- Fine lines
You might also find that HydraFacial can help:
- Eliminate and extract whiteheads and blackheads
- Smooth fine lines
- Lessen the appearance of large pores
- Rejuvenate sun damaged skin
You can expect to see results after one HydraFacial treatment. Repeat treatments might be necessary to maintain results.
What to Expect with HydraFacial
HydraFacial promises more than just quick results. The HydraFacial procedure only takes about 45 minutes and promises no downtime. You can return to most normal activities immediately after your appointment.
HydraFacial is a gentle skin treatment. You should experience minimal side effects. Minimal irritation and a slight pink coloration may occur immediately following the HydraFacial procedure. This discoloration should go away with just 20 minutes.
After the procedure it is best to avoid sunlight, very hot showers or intense physical exercise for 24 hours. You also might want to avoid wearing makeup until the next morning after your HydraFacial treatment.
For best results, it is a good idea to prepare for your HydraFacial in advance. If you’re using Retin-A or a similar product, it is best to stop treatment 3 days before your HydraFacial. It is also wise to avoid tanning or using a tanning product for 3 days before your HydraFacial treatment.
With such great results and easy aftercare, a HydraFacial procedure might be right for you. Call Dr. Doppelt at (865) 474-8800 or contact Southeastern Dermatology today to schedule an appointment.