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What is Hydrafacial peel?

It is known as the celebrity facial where celebrities like Beyonce, Britney Spears, Kate Winslet, Denise Van Outen and Paris Hilton are actually doing it too. In the world, this treatment is being performed every 15 seconds. HydraFacial is a medical-grade resurfacing treatment that clears out your pores, plus it hydrates your skin. Hydrafacial not only complements and enhances daily skin care regimen, it also prepares and enhances outcomes in skin correction. This award-winning system has 34 patents (24 pending) and 56 registered trademarks. It is also the winner for NewBeauty Beauty Choice Awards and LNE & Spa’s Best award for four years in a row. We have 87 countries all over the globe having this machine. 

The Hydrafacial consists of 3 steps. Cleanse + Peel, Extract + Hydrate, Fuse + Protect. It starts with cleansing of the skin while softening sebum and impurities which will aid in extration. Next, a mix of salicylic and glycolic acids are applied to the skin to prevent build up of dirt and sebum within pores. Next, with HydraPeel Tip, we can suck out the blackheads and impurities, and at the same time, hydrating our skin to make our complexion look fresh and clean. The last step combines deeply moisturizing Hyaluronic Acid with replenishing antioxidants. Based on your skin requirements, skincare boosters such as Dermabuilder or Britenol is added into the treatment. Dermabuilder boosters is designed to help smoothen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and enhance skin elasticity. Britenol Booster is designed to brighten and balance skin tone while minimizing the appearance of dark spots and sunspots. This powerful formula naturally detoxifies and protects skin from environmental free- radicals. Hydrafacial has also a Lymphatic Therapy that utilise LED Light Therapy. 

What are the areas that Hydrafacial can be used on?

It is typically used on facial area at area where dead skin and sebum are remove and extracted and at the sometime hydration where needed.

How long is the treatment?

The procedure last around 45mins, and there are no downtime after procedure.

Recommended frequency of use?

Typical recommended frequency of use is once every 2 weeks.

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