Although, HydroFacial is a highly popular non-invasive skin resurfacing treatment that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It’s also sometimes called “hydrodermabrasion” because it involves microdermabrasion-like exfoliation paired with hydrating serums. HydroFacial Glo It is a multi-step facial treatment that cleanses, exfoliates, extracts, and then also hydrates the skin. This treatment is designed to rejuvenate the skin and give it a healthy, youthful glow.
Although there is only one patented "Hydrafacial" system on the market, there are many professional quality non-patented professional Hydrofacial devices that can provide remarkable results with the same technology and approach. These devices combine the power of water, serum, & oxygen to remove impurities from the pores. Combines gentle exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime.
LymphWorks' professional grade machine infuses a natural serum of choice into the skin with a wand that pushes antioxidants deep in, while flushing any debris and free radicals out. The treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive and non-irritating.
The HyrdoFacial Glo is good for all skin types and offers visible results from the first treatment with our Esthetician Ashley.
The LymphWorks HydroFacial Glo process typically involves four steps, each of which is designed to address a specific aspect of skin health:
Step 1: Cleansing and exfoliation
The first step involves cleansing the skin with steam and removing any dead skin cells. A Mask, hot towel and LED/Red Light Therapy is usually a part of this process.
Step 2: HydroFacial Extraction
This second step involves using a vacuum-like tool to extract any impurities from the skin, such as blackheads and whiteheads. This step can be slightly uncomfortable, but it is not painful.
Step 3: HydroFacial Hydration
This part of the HydroFacial involves hydrating the skin with a serum that is unique chosen for your skin. The serum likely contains antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid. This step helps to nourish and protect the skin, leaving it looking healthy and radiant.
Step 4: Cold Therapy and Calendula oil Massage
Now let's take a look at the benefits of HydroFacial:
1. Improved skin texture: The exfoliation and cleansing steps of the HydroFacial Glo process help to remove dead skin cells and other impurities, leaving the skin feeling smooth and soft.
2. Reduced fine lines and wrinkles: The hydration step of the HydroFacial process helps to plump up the skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
3. Improved skin tone and elasticity: The serum used in the hydration step contains antioxidants and peptides that help to improve the overall health of the skin, improving its elasticity and tone. Serums used are formulated with no alcohol, gluten, sulfates, parabens, or phthalates, to ensure your skin is absorbing only the purest and healthiest ingredients. The serums target and heal various skin concerns from the inside out.
4. Reduced hyperpigmentation: Some of the formulas used may help to reduce hyperpigmentation, such as age spots and sun spots.
5. Reduced acne and breakouts: The extraction step of the HydroFacial Glo process helps to remove impurities from the pores, reducing the likelihood of acne and breakouts.
6. Immediate hydrated glow to your face and skin. This process typically has no down time after treatment.
Professional HydroFacial Machine
Hydrofacial Glo and Microdermabrasion (we call Glo Facial) are both popular skin resurfacing treaments and both services are offered at LymphWorks. However, there are some key differences between the two treatments.
Microdermabrasion is a skin resurfacing treatment that involves using a tool to sand or buff away the top layer of skin. This process is designed to improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, much like HydroFacial.
The microdermabrasion is typically more aggressive than HydroFacial. The sanding tool used in microdermabrasion can be quite rough on the skin, and it can cause temporary redness and mild swelling in some patients. HydroFacial, on the other hand, is designed to be gentler and more comfortable for patients.
HydroFacial is a multi-step treatment that involves cleansing, exfoliation with water, extraction, and hydration with water infusions. Microdermabrasion, on the other hand, typically involves cleansing, exfoliation with machine tool and suction, and hydration with topical serums only. Thus HydroFacial is a more comprehensive treatment, tends to be more moisturizing and may be able to address a wider range of skin concerns.
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