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HydraFacial Steps, Explained – MedSpa PGH

Everybody has things about their skin that they wish they could change. Your skin may be oily or prone to breakouts on your nose. Alternately, hyperpigmentation or uneven skin tone may be the cause of your complexion. HydraFacial Steps is the best way to help your skin be at its healthiest, no matter what problems you have with it. What exactly are the steps involved in HydraFacial Steps Treatment? Let’s investigate.

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What is a HydraFacial?

A machine connected to a wand that our esthetician uses to complete various stages of the treatment makes this treatment possible. The hydra-dermabrasion machine, which is of medical grade, cleans, exfoliates, and infuses the skin with potent serums.

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What are the steps of the procedure, then?

Treatment – HydraFacial Steps

Step One: Vortex Exfoliation

Exfoliation is the process’s first step. Our skin cells are constantly replenishing and dying. Your skin will eventually shed on its own, but exfoliation helps the process along, so it will feel fresh and renewed. Additionally, it brightens your complexion. Because dead cells don’t reflect light well, which can cause your skin to look dull. However, once the dead cells are removed, the healthy ones help your skin appear clear and bright.

The esthetician will use a deplaning instrument to clear the dead skin cells and wash them away. Your pores will open up as a result of this, which will make your skin more hydrated.

Step Two: Acid Peel

You might feel a little anxious when you hear the word “acid peel.” Acid peels used to be painful and caused the skin to sting or burn. This acid peel is not. Glycolic and salicylic acids combined in a non-irritating form. A nutrient-rich solution that also deeply penetrates the pores is used in the peel to hydrate the skin. The answer gets into your pores and makes the deep inside debris easier to get out later. The solution also softens and refreshes the skin.

Step Three: Vortex Extraction

You might have had negative experiences with extraction, just like with the acid peel. The esthetician would pinch and push during a more conventional facial to get the dirt out of the pores. However, this extraction is not the same and does not result in pain.

Because the esthetician uses a wand that works as a vacuum to clean your clogged pores. It is easier than it sounds because the acid peel helps to break up all the dirt in your pores. The esthetician can select one of several suction strengths to find the one that works best for your pores.

Step Four: Serum Application

Vortex fusion is the process’s final step because it brings the treatment together. The wand applies collagen and a cancer prevention agent serum to the skin, advancing hydration and flexibility. Wrinkles, fine lines, uneven skin tones, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and oiliness are all reduced by this serum.

Before a HydraFacial

Vortex fusion is the process’s final step because it brings the treatment together. The wand applies collagen and a cancer prevention agent serum to the skin, advancing hydration and flexibility. Wrinkles, fine lines, uneven skin tones, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and oiliness are all reduced by this serum.

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Pre-Treatment Instructions

  1. Before starting treatment, stop using all products containing isotretinoin, such as Accutane, for six months unless a doctor permits you.
  2. Before your treatment, stop using generic tretinoin or topical Retin-A for at least 48 hours.
  3. For at least 48 hours before your treatment, refrain from using any treatments that exfoliate, such as enzymes or glycolic acid.
  4. Before this facial treatment, refrain from medium or deep chemical peels, chemical resurfacing treatments, and laser treatments for at least two weeks.
  5. Before your treatment, refrain from waxing or using depilatories for at least 48 hours.
  6. Before your facial, you should stop taking over-the-counter acne medications like salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide for at least 48 hours.
  7. Avoid excessive sun exposure and tanning beds for at least 72 hours before treatment.
  8. Before getting Botox, wait at least two weeks between treatments. Botox can be administered concurrently with a facial, but You must do it after it.
  9. Shaving your face on the same day as your facial treatment is not recommended.

Post-Treatment Instructions

  1. After the treatment, limit sun exposure and avoid tanning beds for at least 72 hours.
  2. You should use only PCA Facial Wash or Hydropeptide Exfoliating Cleanser to wash your face in the morning following the treatment. Due to the possibility of skin damage from some over-the-counter facial washes following this treatment.
  3. Apply PCA Hylauronic Boosting Serum every day, morning and night, for thirty days after your treatment.
  4. After treatment, apply the Hydropeptide SPF 30 sunscreen daily for at least three to five days.
  5. Retin-A or generic tretinoin should not be applied topically for at least 48 hours following treatment.
  6. After the treatment, you should not wax or use depilatories for at least 48 hours.
  7. After your facial treatment, avoid medium or deep chemical peels and laser treatments for at least two weeks.
  8. After the treatment, avoid exfoliating products like enzymes or glycolic acid for at least 48 hours.
  9. After treatment, avoid using acne medications like salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide from the pharmacy for at least 48 hours.
  10. Keep away from extreme intensity for no less than 24 hours after therapy.
  11. You should only apply makeup the day after your treatment.
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Get a Facial for Yourself

Choosing a hydrafacial is the best way to give yourself and your skin the opulent treatment they deserve, and investing in your skin is always a wise decision. In addition to being the most efficient method for exfoliating, extracting, and cleansing your skin, it is also fast, painless, and does not cause any adverse effects. Additionally, there is no downtime; it only takes half an hour!

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