Hydradermabrasion effectively and safely improves skin quality by increasing its
thickness, repairing the dermal matrix and delivering beneficial antioxidants. Clinical
improvements include better facial tone and texture, less dyschromia and fewer
fine lines. The procedure is ideally suited for those desiring
non-ablative facial rejuvenation with minimal recovery.
Increased Epidermal Basal Layer Activity
Collagen Hyalinization in Dermis
Increased Fibroblast Population
Decreased Pore Size and Fine Lines
Improved texture and skin tone
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|Q. How long does Hydradermabrasion take?
A. Hydradermabrasion treatments take about 30-45 minutes. The number of treatments required is based on the severity of the skin condition, however our clients usually opt for packages of 5 to 8 to get optimal results.
Q. What are the side effects of Hydradermabrasion if any?
A. Patients usually see slight flaking for several days following the treatment. There is no down time associated with this procedure. You can resume your daily activity immediately; however we recommend wearing sunscreen if you plan to be outside in the sun.
Q. How long does the effect of Hydradermabrasion last?
A. The duration of your Hydradermabrasion results are fairly long (several weeks), however, it depends on the severity of the skin damage and the number of treatments received. While you may require up to two treatments per month initially; with time most of our clients need only one treatment a month which fits well as a part of their routine monthly skin care.
Q. What can I expect after a Hydradermabrasion Treatment?
A. Hydradermabrasion is often called a "lunch hour" treatment because it's a quick procedure that can be performed during your lunch hour with little or no discomfort. The treated skin may be pink after the treatment, but this will usually fade within a few hours. You can apply makeup soon after undergoing
Hydradermabrasion to conceal any visible signs of the treatment.
Q. Who are the best candidates for Hydradermabrasion?
A. Although hydradermabrasion is a very safe procedure, it is not the best option for everyone. Certain skin types and conditions can be negatively affected by the treatment. For some, Microdermabrasion can even result in significant scarring. Patients with severe rosacea, active acne, eczema, or dermatitis are not good candidates for hydradermabrasion. For patients who cannot undergo hydradermabrasion., non-ablative facial treatments such as IPL photofacials, and hydrafacials are available.