What are the benefits to HydraFacial?

Do you need to improve the health and radiance of your skin? Try the therapeutic HydraFacial system. HydraFacial resurfaces and hydrates the skin without surgery or lasers. Your skin will look younger, and there will also be a remarkable improvement in skin tone and texture. What are some of the other benefits to the HydraFacial system? Let’s find out.

HydraFacial is a non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedure that can treat a range of skin concerns.  It smooths the skin, softens fine lines and wrinkles, reduces skin discoloration, and improves conditions such as acne. The HydraFacial system cleans, extracts, exfoliates, and hydrates the skin.

LED Light therapy is often recommended for use after the HydraFacial, as it encourages the growth of collagen and elastin, which are vital components needed for stronger, beautiful skin.

Treatment time with the HydraFacial is approximately 30 minutes, and there is no downtime. However, it typically takes 4-5 sessions to gain optimal results, but improvements will continue after the series of treatments are completed.

Benefits to HydraFacial

  • Vacuum suction action exfoliates and deep cleans at the same time. Dead skin cells, oil, and other impurities are sloughed off, and pores are deep cleaned.
  • Unique active skin hydration bathes the skin with moisturizers,anti-oxidants, and anti-inflammatory ingredients.
  • Specially designed spiral tip moves gently across the skin releasing nourishing serums that add extra moisture, and target skin problems.
  • Improves overall skin quality, leaving your face clean and refined.

If you are looking for a way to refresh your skin and restore its youthful glow, HydraFacial can help. This skin rejuvenation procedure is available at Accent Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, in Tupelo, MS. Plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Craig will assess your skin concerns, and tailor a HydraFacial treatment for your specific skin care requirements. Call (662) 377 – 6290 today and schedule a consultation.

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