The Hydrafacial Explained

Everyone Loves Hydrafacial

I fell in love with the Hydrafacial years ago when I was a baby esthetician. I've never really been about abrading and being mean to the skin. Even before I had my own skincare philosophy, I always kind of knew I didn't want to blast it with sand or rub it with grit. That just never seemed right. So when I saw the luscious wetness of the Hydrafacial at a skin event it was instant love.


What Is Hydrafacial?

The Hydrafacial treatment removes dead skin cells using special tips and extracts impurities with suction while simultaneously bathing the new skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums. The treatment is soothing, refreshing, non-irritating and immediately effective.

In simple words. It's the BOMB.


Who Is Hydrafacial Good For?

Everyone always all the time. Which is why I've worked my entire menu around it.  Originally the serums, peptides and acids didn't play well with all the other products I used, but now the Hydrafacial products enhance all the treatments I do. It's a magical relationship that your skin will adore.


How long does a Hydrafacial Last?

It lasts for about 2 weeks in the skin. Sometimes you may get a little flaking within the first 3 days. It doesn't happen that often, but if you're skin had a lot of damage, or if we were trying to remove a bunch of scarring or pigmentation then you might. The Hydrafacial feels amazing and seems really benign. But this is a SERIOUS facial. It's doing a lot of work deep down in the skin. Turn over will happen, so new skin will push up and old skin may flake off making way for it!

Which Hydrafacial On Your Menu Is Best For Me??

Well I usually say The Namaste because that has it all. You get all the skincare you could ever want PLUS the massage and relaxation you really need. But if you want to try something really different and unique try the Sound Bath. Or if you just want to get in and out and are looking for something very simple to start with the Rejuvenation will do the job nicely. So really any of them are great, because they are all still Hydrafacials. Honestly, you really can't go wrong on your first visit.