How Hydrafacial Works?
Hydrafacial treatment is a multi-step used to invigorate skin which shows signs of sun and aging. This facial rejuvenation treatment works to treat skin problems such as enlarged or clogged pores, fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, dry skin, mild acne, and dead skin cells. This procedure is gentle, painless, comfortable, safe, and acts to soothe, moisturize, and revitalize the face skin
Hydrafacials includes cleansing and exfoliation of your skin. Once finished ,the professional then uses a wand to suck out and extract unwanted impurities and blackheads of your skin. Once that step is completed, a deep anti age, or water enhancement serum is applied, and antioxidants are implanted for hydration and softening. This pain-free combination stimulates the production of collagen and bestows the result of fresher-looking skin, all while treating undesirable skin problems.
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How Microdermabrasion Works?
Microdermabrasion is the other procedure used for skin rejuvenation. It targets skin conditions such as large pores, fine lines, oily skin, and mild acne. With Microdermabrasion , the epidermis or top layer of the skin is removed by using a wand to exfoliate the surface of the skin, while vacuuming away the eliminated particles during the treatment.
There are different ways available for this kind of manual exfoliation. Crystal microdermabrasion uses force or friction to remove the epidermis, while diamond microdermabrasion is more abrasive, sanding off the top layer of skin. whatever which alternative you try, the professional who performs the procedure will adjust the pressure, suction, and flow to best fitting your skin.
Side Effects of Hydrafacial vs. Microdermabrasion
Many people find the non-invasive nature of Hydrafacials beneficial as it results in minimal to no recovery time. While some may experience little redness or a feeling of tightness, these symptoms typically last no more than one hour, allowing you to carry on with your everyday life following the procedure.
Microdermabrasion is considered a minimally invasive procedure; therefore, there may be more side effects compared to that of a Hydrafacial. If you have sensitive skin, microdermabrasion may cause redness? similar to that of a sunburn that lasts several hours or longer, depending upon how deep your treatment was. There is also the possibility of other reactions such as slight bruising around the eyes, dry skin, and sun sensitivity.
While both procedures target exfoliation of the skin, Hydrafacials allow more room for customization. The hydration applied during Hydrafacials penetrates more deeply than the manual application done during microdermabrasion. In addition, those seeking relief from blackheads find that the vacuum component of Hydrafacial is more thorough in the removal of impurities.
Let’s make a summarise
Microdermabrasion has been used for many years to stimulate cell turnover and renewal in the skin. A microdermabrasion procedure generally uses either crystals or a diamond tip to grind away the surface of the skin. Similarly, hydrodermabrasion generally uses a diamond tip to grind away the skin but adds a liquid that flushes away debris from the treatment. For some skin types Microdermabrasion can be too aggressive.
Hydrafacial differs from microdermabrasion because it is a multi-stage facial treatment that uses dermabrasion as just one of the steps. This dermabrasion is delivered in a gentle and controlled manner with the patented Hydropeel tip and is used to enhance skin cleansing and prepare the skin for the additional treatment modalities that follow later in the treatment.
Hydrafacial moves beyond dermabrasion by incorporating techniques such as skin peels, painless pore extractions, skin hydration and antioxidant skin nutrition. Each treatment modality used in Hydrafacial builds on the previous step to create even better results than if it was applied as a stand-alone treatment. The result is a comprehensive rejuvenation without any one step being overly aggressive on the skin.
This leaves the skin prepared and ready to be saturated with vital nutrients like antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid in the final stage of treatment. With the skin and pores cleansed and open the skin absorbs more of the serums than it would if they were topically applied as a cream. Over time this enhances skin health and will help to improve the results of any other advanced treatment that is applied to the skin.
Which is best for me?
Deciding whether to opt for a HydraFacial or microdermabrasion to get your skin glowing comes down to your particular skin concerns.
Patients with acne shouldn’t use microdermabrasion, and if you have breakouts, you may find the procedure only aggravates them further.
However, the HydraFacial gently removes impurities and can infuse the skin with acne-fighting serums to target the problem at its core.
Microdermabrasion can improve skin radiance and fade dark spots of other types of hyperpigmentation; however, usually this is combined with a course of chemical peels for best results.
Microdermabrasion is also known for tampering with the skin’s colour balance and may leave behind lighter or darker spots. On the other hand, HydraFacial promises to reveal a smooth, more even skin tone immediately after treatment. As the HydraFacial combines multiple treatments, it can target pigmentation more effectively during the same treatment session. You practitioner can also combine it with skin brightening serums to encourage a pigmentation-free, brighter complexion.
The application of the hydrafacial machine
Microdermabrasion hydrodermabrasion is a resurfacing treatment. It removes skin to reveal healthier layers underneath. However, if you want moisturizing benefits, you need to add a mask to the treatment.
The facial treatment provides this resurfacing plus more benefits. As a treatment, it has a broader scope, delivering hydration and deep care as it resurfaces your skin. Think of it this way: while microdermabrasion takes away undesirable elements from your skin, the Hydrafacial both removes imperfections and delivers nourishing hydration.
The hydrafacial treatment step
Here is a detailed, step-by-step look at the technology and process by which this facial treatment can improve your skin.
Step 1: Cleanse + Peel
During this step, you can expect a very gentle resurfacing of your skin. Unlike chemical peels, dermabrasion, or other more intense treatments, it is mild and gentle, yet powerfully effective. The spiral tip achieves a deep cleansing of your pores via its patented swirling design that flushes away impurities.
Step 2: Extract + Hydrate
Unlike the extractions done during a traditional facial, which are accomplished by squeezing the skin, the HydraFacial uses the power of suction to remove dirt and debris painlessly. Simultaneously, it delivers hydrating serums that moisturize your skin.
Step 3: Fuse + Protect
During the last step of the treatment HydraFacial, your skin will receive a supercharged dose of antioxidants and peptides, resulting in the glow that everyone raves about.
Poland Beauty salon
“My nurse and I loved the results so much. It is so much more than the simple ‘buff and polish’ of a microdermabrasion machine; it also has a suction cleanse, light chemical peel and infusion of antioxidants. The HydraFacial has become an integral part of the practice.”
Dr Ingrid Tall, Aquarius Medi-Spa, UK ,London
“Our clients enjoy the whole treatment.I have always preferred using the more “medical” side of dermal therapies – treatments that make a difference but that patients don’t necessarily enjoy. Now we can achieve these same benefits with a treatment that patients look forward to experiencing.”
Dr Ali, Academy Laser Clinics, Bremen.
‘The HydraFacial is great for skin maintenance, or skin “fitness. It noticeably decongests and shrinks pores, and then plumps skin with antioxidant and hyaluronic acid infusions. The skin is left healthier and glowing after a HydraFacial treatment.’
Dr Bruce FL USA
“Every stage of the HydraFacial is essential to the outcome. The infusion of antioxidants and active ingredients is extremely valuable, while the peel, exfoliation and deep extractions involved induce complementary effects.