Admit it: You’re interested in learning more about how the HydraFacial can help you achieve your best complexion ever.
Maybe you’ve had friends rave about it, or a coworker reveal that it’s her secret to amazingly beautiful skin. Or maybe you’ve even read about it online. No matter how you’ve heard about it, you’ve found yourself wondering:
How does HydraFacial work? And how often should I get a HydraFacial?
How a HydraFacial Works
HydraFacial is an innovative and non-invasive facial that literally vacuums out impurities from your skin and replacing them with good-for-you serums. A HydraFacial is an excellent choice for patients who want to minimize wrinkles, smooth out their complexion, and even fade the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation.
HydraFacial is performed in several stages, with the main stages involving the removal of impurities (like dirt and oil) from the skin’s pores with a handheld vacuum-like device. Once this stage is complete, your HydraFacial technician will use a separate device to apply a concoction of serums to your newly treated skin, helping you to get the kind of glowing complexion that’s Insta-ready.
Now that you know how HydraFacial works, let’s take a look at how often you should get a HydraFacial, including when you should schedule treatment before a big event.
The Ideal HydraFacial Schedule
Although a HydraFacial is considered a medical-grade facial, it can be incorporated into your regular skincare routine. For optimal results, we usually recommend that our patients get a HydraFacial every six to eight weeks, or as often as time allows.
If you’re considering getting a single HydraFacial before a big event, we recommend scheduling your appointment about 1-2 weeks beforehand.
This treatment cycle replicates the complexion’s cellular turnover schedule, meaning you’ll be helping your facial skin get rid of dead and dull cells, as well as removing impurities, dirt, and damage from free radicals.
Not only is Dr Aycock a widely-recognized, well-respected plastic surgeon who has great esthetics. He listens to his patients and works hard to understand and accomplish what they have in mind. In addition to all that, he is first and foremost a healer, a physician. He will guide you and advise you and help you to make informed choices always with the overall health of his patient in mind.
Take the Next Step
Want to experience the skin-boosting powers of the HydraFacial for yourself? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock in Walnut Creek, CA (925)-937-8377 or Greenbrae, CA (415) 925-1700.
Dr. Aycock serves the greater San Francisco Bay area.