FAQ

Why is HydraFacial good for my skin?

Hydration is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation, pollution and dehydration have proven to increase the signs of aging. The HydraFacial is a hydrating and non-irritating treatment designed for all skin types.

What results may be expected from a HydraFacial? How long do results last?

Many people report seeing visible skin refinement and an even radiant skin tone after just one treatment. After your first treatment, results can last 7-10 days. After you have had 3 HydraFacial treatments, most people experience results lasting up to 4 weeks. You will probably want to maintain your results with a treatment every 3 to 4 weeks.

Why do I need to u se professional grade products?

It’s important if you’re having professional treatments and investing time and money into your face that you use products that have higher level quality ingredients for optimum results. It’s also important to purchase those products from your skin care expert based on your skin’s needs. Beware of online skincare purchases as there are plenty of copycats being sold online. It’s best to purchase your skin care from your Aesthetician or M.D.’s office.

Do I need to switch my moisturizer?

Generally, depending on geography, most people in colder regions find their skin to be much drier in the winter months because of the elements. Thus, their winter skin care routine should be changed. It’s a good idea to change your skin care routine with the seasons or after several months. Skin is lazy, and if you feed it the same ingredients month after month, you’re less likely to see results.

Why are antioxidants important in my skin care routine?

Antioxidants work below the skin’s surface to neutralize damage. Antioxidants enhance the skin’s natural reparative capacity and reduce the visible signs of aging. To “prevent” accelerated skin aging and skin cancer, it’s imperative to use a daily topical antioxidant. Vitamin C helps to prevent skin damage by neutralizing the free radicals generated by stress, UV rays, infrared radiation and other environmental factors like pollution.