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Wednesday, 26 November 2008 15:03

HydraFacial™ Why All the Hype?

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HydraFacial™" Why all the hype?

HydraFacial™" is fast becoming a buzz word in the Spa Industry and has been featured in numerous articles and news stories. Why all the hype? Besides its effectiveness for wrinkles, age spots and overall skin texture improvement it's also a serum infusing and dermabrasion procedure that feels great, and that factor alone makes it a big hit with clients.

I'm very excited to offer this treatment to our clientele. There’s no pain, no discomfort and no inflammation at all. It’s a very gentle, skin resurfacing procedure and currently the only procedure that integrates cleansing, exfoliation, extraction and hydration by infusing serums all at the same time.  It also performs painless, fast extractions. No pain and all the gain? Sounds like a win-win to me.                 


Breakthrough technology makes HydraFacial™ from Edge Systems unique. In a simultaneous process, dead skin cells are exfoliated and impurities are extracted, using a patented, disposable vacuum-based skin abrasion tip, while the healthy underlying skin is bathed with specifically developed active serums that cleanse deeply, exfoliate thoroughly, hydrate completely and provide residual antioxidant protection. The multifaceted spiral construction of the HydroPeel™ tips increases the time the serums are in contact with the skin while also providing superior exfoliation due to the multiple planing surfaces. The vacuuming/vortex action swirls away blackheads and impurities while stimulating the blood and lymphatic flow.


While feedback suggests noticeable improvement in skin texture after one or two treatments, a series of four to eight treatments are recommended for significant results, particularly for people with difficult skin conditions such as hyper-pigmentation disorders and comedonal acne.