One of the many reasons many people love HydraFacials is because it provides you with the benefits of a facial, offers gentle extraction, a potent dermabrasion, and a chemical peel all in one and in a much gentler and faster fashion. Starting treatments only take 30 minutes, and there’s no downtime after! In this blog we’ll be covering everything about the hydrafacial, from cost to results!
Is Hydrafacial Irritating?
Hydrafacial is non-irritating and even great for sensitive skin. Manual extractions and peels often leave your skin red and irritated for 24 hours after treatment. But with HydraFacial, there is minimal irritation and you can go about your day! This makes it an amazing option for a big event.
Does Hydrafacial offer Instant Results?
Looking for a facial that you can get the same day as a big event? Most individuals who receive a HydraFacial see results immediately after the treatment, including more even skin tone and glowing skin! These results are said to last up to a week, with some people saying results lasted closer to 10 days. Like most professional treatments, you should receive a HydraFacial treatment every 2-3 to maintain results.
The Result is Younger-looking, Glowing, and Healthier Skin
Does your skin need an instant pick me up? One of the main reasons people turn to HydraFacial is to have more even skin, both in texture and appearance. Getting a HydraFacial treatment can help soften rough areas and reduce the appearance of discoloration or brown spots. HydraFacial is often compared to microdermabrasion, like microdermabrasion it helps reduce the appearance of line lines and wrinkles. The exfoliation removes dead skin cells to reveal younger looking skin! The main distinction between the two is the gentle extraction process hydrafacial also provides and that occurs when you receive a HydraFacial treatment draws out oil, dirt, and grime that lives beneath the surface of your skin. By drawing out these impurities, your skin will be less congested and look healthier. Lastly, Hydrafacial is worlds above a microdermabrasion because it also offers an infusion of vitamins and minerals.
Is Hydrafacial Customizable?
Rather than choosing a specialized treatment for your specific skin type, getting a HydraFacial tackles many of the issues listed above. It’s not specific to any one skin type or problem area, so most people are good candidates for the treatment. However, if you have a skin condition such as broken capillaries or thin skin, check with your dermatologist.
Prices do vary depending on the place that you decide to get this treatment at. Here at Lemon + Honey Day Spa, our prices range from $165-$300. We offer 30 min and 60 min HydraFacials. We offer a great membership option for $189. With the membership option, you get a 60-min HydraFacial of your choice for that specific month. You can also supplement it for an Ultimate Facial and chemical peel, if you decide you don’t want the HydraFacial for that month.