Hydrafacial is the latest trending facial treatment, so much in demand that according to womanandhome.com, one session is performed every fifteen seconds around the world.
The Hydrafacial removes the build up of pollution and dead skin cells from the face, literally sucking the dirt out of your pores, while simultaneously nourishing the skin with hyaluronico acid, peptides and antioxidants.
Hydrafacial takes care of common skin concerns like the appearance of lines, dryness, wrinkles and other signs of aging with little or no side effects.
So, what exactly is Hydrafacial?
The HydraFacial is a medical-grade resurfacing treatment that clears out your pores out, while hydrating your skin.
The treatment is done in four steps, namely, cleansing by removing dead skin cells, exfoliation by applying a mixture of glycolic and salicylic acids to break up oils and dirt clogging the pores, extracting by using the HydraPeel tip to vacuum out the impurities, and hydrating by simultaneously infusing hydrating serums and moisturizers Into the skin.
It is usually offered by certified HydraFacial esthetician or licensed medical practicioners.
The Hydrafacial is beneficial to the skin in many ways. It reduces fine lines and wrinkles, gives a more radiant skin with clear complexion, increases firmness, promotes even tone, and reduces enlarged pores
It is normal to experience a little redness immediately after the treatment, but that will be gone by the day after. Apart from that, there are no tangible side effects, except little irritation for those who are sensitive to the customized serums used in the treatment, which also subsides in a couple of hours after.
The effect of Hydrafacial is not a quick fix, but is meant to improve the appearance of the skin over time. Therefore, it is normal for the skin to maintain a dewy look immediately after.
Anyone can get a HydraFacial, from teenagers with acne to adults with wrinkles, sun damage and other skin concerns from exposure to harsh environmental conditions and pollution. However, those with active rashes, sunburns, or rosacea, along with pregnant patients, should abstain from this treatment.”
Hydrafacial is readily available in beauty spas, and it costs between N50, 000 and N120, 000 in Nigeria.
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