How does HydraFacial work?

Do you need to address signs of aging and get healthy, glowing skin? HydraFacial may be the ideal treatment for you. HydraFacial is one of the most popular facial treatments right now, because it appeals to nearly all skin types and skin concerns.

What is the HydraFacial?

The HydraFacial is a skin rejuvenation treatment that uses vortex fusion technology to improve skin tone and texture. It is a versatile procedure that enhances skin health by gently exfoliating the skin to remove dead skin cells while providing antioxidant protection. The HydraFacial is a highly customizable treatment that is safe for use on all skin types.

How does the HydraFacial work?

The HydraFacial is performed using a medical-grade hydradermabrasion device that has patented HydroPeel tips. There are several steps involved in a HydraFacial – cleanse and peel, exfoliate and hydrate, and fuse and protect.

During the procedure, the system extracts impurities and dead skin cells, exfoliates the skin, and brightens skin tone. As the pores open up, the device infuses intensive serums deep into the skin. The cocktail of serums can be customized based on the specific skin conditions being treated, and the patient’s aesthetic goals.

How long does the HydraFacial take?

HydraFacial is a quick treatment that takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Is there any downtime

There is no downtime after HydraFacial, so you can return to normal activities immediately after treatment.

How many treatments do I need?

Most patients notice an improvement in the appearance of their skin after the first treatment, but a series of treatments may be required for optimal results.

What can HydraFacial do for your skin?

HydraFacial leaves the skin plumper, brighter, and firmer.

Would you like to learn more about HydraFacial? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Walnut Creek or Greenbrae, CA areas, contact board-certified plastic surgeon Robert Aycock, MD for a consultation.

You can reach Dr. Aycock at, or by calling (925) 854-4174 (Walnut Creek) or (415) 903-8463 (Greenbrae).


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