What skin conditions can be addressed with HydraFacial?

If you are serious about taking care of your skin, you should certainly consider getting a HydraFacial done. The HydraFacial will transform your appearance, because it not only refines the skin and makes it more radiant, it also treats a variety of skin conditions. But what skin conditions can be treated with HydraFacial.

What’s a HydraFacial?
HydraFacial is an invigorating skin resurfacing treatment that improves the long-term health of the skin. It is a multi-step procedure that thoroughly pampers and cares for the skin. HydraFacial exfoliates dead skin cells and extracts impurities, while cleansing and moisturizing the skin. It also infuses intensive medical grade cosmeceuticals that nourish and hydrate the skin.

HydraFacial is a quick, 30 minute treatment that delivers instant results. It is safe for all skin tones and skin types, including those with sensitive skin.

What skin conditions can be addressed with HydraFacial?
HydraFacial is an appealing treatment because it revives and refreshes the skin, and treats a wide range of skin concerns. A HydraFacial can address the following skin conditions:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Dull skin tone
  • Enlarged pores
  • Mild skin laxity
  • Dry skin
  • Oily, or acne-prone skin

HydraFacial improves the overall health and quality of the skin because it unclogs the pores, and flushes the impurities that can cause blemishes, inflammation, and other concerns that make the skin look unhealthy. It also detoxifies the skin and jumpstarts the repair process, which improves the firmness and resilience of the skin. HydraFacial leaves the skin clear, even-toned, smooth and hydrated (learn more).

Are you interested in HydraFacial? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Rockwall, TX area, Juvanew Medspa is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.juvanew.com, or by calling 214-771-4611.

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