What is better than a HydraFacial?
Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is one of the most popular non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatments. The process helps rejuvenate the skin using many tiny needles that pierce the outermost layer, which forces the skin to produce more collagen. The result is smoother, plumper skin.
Does HydraFacial tighten skin?
*HydraFacial MD is turning a new page in non-invasive skin tightening and hyperpigmentation treatment. *It may be able to improve the appearance of your fine lines, wrinkles, acne, hyperpigmentation, congested pores and uneven skin tone with no surgery, no injections, no discomfort and no downtime.
What should I put on my face after HydraFacial?
For thirty days after your treatment, apply PCA Hylauronic Boosting Serum every day in the morning and at night. Apply the Hydropeptide SPF 30 sunscreen daily for at least three to five days after treatment. Don’t use topical Retin-A or generic tretinoin for at least 48 hours after treatment.
What are the benefits of HydraFacial?
Its many benefits include a more hydrated, bright, plump, and clear complexion. Plus, it can also improve signs of aging. “The treatment reduces fine lines and wrinkles, increases firmness, evens tone, texture, and brown spots, as well as reducing enlarged pores,” says Dr. Guanche.
Can microdermabrasion ruin your skin?
Dermabrasion is generally only safe for people with fair skin. For people with darker skin, dermabrasion can result in scarring or discoloration. Microdermabrasion works on all skin types and colors. It makes subtle changes, causing no skin color change or scarring.
Can microdermabrasion go wrong?
Some patients, especially those with darker skin tones, may notice some temporary pigment changes or skin discoloration following microdermabrasion. There may also be some hyperpigmentation, or patches of darker skin, after the procedure.