All of our medical facial treatments include a thorough skin analysis, deep cleansing, exfoliation, extractions and hand and shoulder massage therapy to help you relax during the treatment. Facial treatments can also be enhanced by add-on therapies.
Carbon Facials are used to leave the skin softer, firmer, and smoother. It is a non-invasive procedure that uses a light layer of liquid carbon all over the face, penetrating deep into the pores.
Light is highly attracted to carbon particles causing the carbon to be zapped away using a Pico laser. While this occurs, the carbon absorbs any contaminants, while the laser destroys dead skin cells, blackheads, and oil. Together this exfoliates skin, shrinks pore size, and leaves you with a more even skin tone.
For acneic skin, this is a perfect treatment because it kills acne-causing bacteria and shrinks sebaceous, or oil, glands.
This is treatment that is very good for most to all skin types.
The benefits of this facial include improving:
The advancement of a hydrafacial encapsulates four facial rejuvenation procedures into a single treatment. This is a treatment with multiple steps that include cleansing, exfoliating, extracting dead skin cells and rejuvenating the skin with antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid. Hydrafacials help to improve fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, dark spots, clogged or enlarged pores, oily skin and mild acne. The painless procedure delivers immediate, long-lasting results for all skin types by dislodging impurities and delivering a nutrient-packed serum into your pores. With no recovery time needed, how does this treatment compare to others that claim to produce the same results? That’s what we’re about to find out.
Hydrafacial vs Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion and hydrafacials are similar treatments in that they’re both minimally invasive and use a similar technique to dislodge impurities from the skin. However, microdermabrasion gently sands the skin’s surface using microcrystals while hydrafacials use a vacuum-like device to suck impurities from the skin. Hydrafacials are more gentle and effective, but the overall condition of your skin will determine which treatment will be best for you. Hydrafacials will also leave behind even, smooth skin instantly while microdermabrasion is consistently recommended for tightening the skin.
Hydrafacial vs Chemical Peels
Both of these treatments work to remove dead skin cells from the surface of your face. Chemical peels come in a variety of intensities designed to exfoliate the skin before peelings away. It uses acids like salicylic acid and alpha hydroxy acid to improve signs of fine lines, age spots, wrinkles, freckles and light scarring. Working in much of the same fashion, hydrafacials carry the same benefits and can be used on all skin types. Hydrafacials are even suitable for clients with sensitive skin, rosacea and extremely dry skin.
Hydrafacial vs Microneedling
If you’re looking to rejuvenate your skin, then microneedling is a popular, non-invasive option, as it helps to promote collagen production by poking the outer layer of skin with tiny needles. Hydrafacials work in the same way, except for you don’t have to worry about needles if that’s something you’re not comfortable with. Hydrafacials are a completely pain-free treatment, making it something to consider if you have a lower pain tolerance but still want to experience all the benefits microneedling has to offer.
HydraFacial addresses all skincare needs:
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Tailor your HydraFacial with these add ons:
- Skin Tightening
- RF Ultrasound
Address all of your skin care concerns in one place. A HydraFacial can improve Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Elasticity & Firmness, Uneven Skin Tones & Textures, Brown Spots, Enlarged Pores, and Oily & Congested Skin. In short, this treatment exfoliates and hydrates your skin at the same time using patented technology. As a result, the overall appearance of your skin will look radiant, healthy and hydrated. HydraDermabrasion combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime. The treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive and non-irritating.
Microneedling (AKA collagen induction therapy) uses tiny shallow needles to poke holes into the surface of the skin, causing micro-injuries. These micro-injuries prompt skin to stimulate collagen production, filling in fine lines, plumping the skin and contributing to a younger look, as well as significantly reducing acne scars.
In addition, the nurse can turn your microneedling treatment into an upgraded vampire facial.
The nurse draws a 30ml of blood out of your arm, centrifuges the blood to separate out the platelet rich plasma from the red blood cells and then adds the platelet-rich plasma (growth factors) and applies it on to your area of concern. For extra absorption, the nurse micro-needles the area of concern before applying the plasma. This creates micro injuries in order to produce collagen and elastin for improvement of textural irregularities, pigmentation and acne scarring.
A chemical exfoliant uses naturally occurring enzymes and acids to remove dead skin cells while a physical exfoliant uses granules to slough off dead skin cells. Dermaplaning is a method of physical exfoliation, but as Truth In Aging points out, instead of using granules, a sterile, surgical scalpel is used to gently “shave” the skin’s surface, removing the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, vellus hair (a.k.a peach fuzz). This procedure leaves the skin even more silky smooth than other exfoliation techniques due to the hair removal process.
Benefits of dermaplane facial:
- Respect For The Individual
- Unconditional Gratitude
- Commitment To Excellence
- Zero Excuses And 100% Responsibility
- To Go Above And Beyond For Best Service Possible