How do HydraFacials improve skin?

If your skin is looking lackluster and dull, a HydraFacial can get it looking youthful and radiant again. The HydraFacial has become a favorite of dermatologists, because it tackles a range of skin concerns, without side-effects or downtime.  But how do HydraFacials improve skin.

What is a HydraFacial?

A HydraFacial is a medical grade skin resurfacing treatment that invigorates the skin, and improves long term skin health.   It is a soothing, non-irritating treatment that removes dead skin cells while simultaneously moisturizing and hydrating the skin.  HydraFacial is a versatile treatment that is suitable for all skin types.

How do HydraFacials improve skin?

HydraFacials cleanse the skin to get rid of surface debris.  They also exfoliate dead skin cells that give the skin a dull, drab appearance. Peeling away the outer layer reveals a new layer of skin that is remarkably clearer, and brighter.

HydraFacials deep clean the skin by extracting oil, dirt, and impurities from within the pores, leaving the skin fresher and cleaner.  They also nourish and hydrate the skin by infusing it with serums that contain peptides, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid.   These serums have anti-aging benefits, and can also address the specific skin care needs of each patient.

HydraFacials improve the glow, health, and radiance of the skin.  It evens skin tone and texture, reduces fine lines and enlarged pores, and increases firmness (learn more).

Is there any downtime after HydraFacial?

There is no downtime after HydraFacial.  Patients may experience a little redness after treatment, but this usually resolves within a few hours.  

Are you ready to book your HydraFacial treatment? 

If you are in the Walnut Creek and Greenbrae, CA areas, contact Robert Aycock M.D. for a consultation.

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

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