There are facials and there is the Hydrafacial. If you’ve never had any kind of facial, do yourself a favor, and make an appointment with an aesthetician today! We subject our skin to so many things in our daily lives – makeup, dust, smoke etc. And so it is important to have a good skin care regimen. This regimen doesn’t have to be complicated – and that’s why I love Hydrafacials! It’s a simple, noninvasive treatment that improves the look of your skin.
The first time I went to CosmetiCare was, in fact, for a hydrafacial. I’ve had other facials before that involved microdermabrasion and other abrasive techniques that basically felt like my face was scrubbed clean of debris and though my skin felt soft, it often took time to really glow. On the other hand, after 30 minutes under the magic hands of Lisa, the aesthetician at CosmetiCare, and her HydraFacial MD machine, my skin was glowing immediately!
You’re probably wondering what the HydraFacial is? Well, it is a non-invasive, multistep treatment that combines the benefits of next-level hydradermabrasion, a chemical peel, automated painless extractions and a special delivery of Antioxidants, Hyaluronic Acid and Peptides. What it feels like is a gentle vacuum on your face.
In only 30 minutes or so, your face goes through the following steps using the patented automated Vortex-Fusion serum delivery system: exfoliation, peel, extraction, boost and fusion.The technology basically combines a suction action and a serum delivery system.
There is no pain involved and it’s great for all skin types. The Hydrafacial website lists the following benefits: remedying fine lines and wrinkles, elasticity and firmness, skin tone evenness and vibrancy, skin texture, hyperpigmentation/photo damage, oily/congested skin, enlarged pores, and advanced signs of aging.
If there is one treatment, I’d keep coming back for at CosmetiCare, this would be it! Find out more about CosmetiCare’s non-invasive treatments by clicking here. You can even upload a photo and simulate how you’d look after a treatment.
(DISCLOSURE: As a #CosmetiCareMom, this is a sponsored post and all thoughts and opinions are my own.)