By Anitra Brown. Afterwards, my skin looked bright and hydrated, my puffy eyes were back to normal, and I was very happy with the results. It was. The spiral design of the tips used in conjunction with the HydraFacial vacuum technology creates a vortex effect to easily dislodge and remove impurities while simultaneously introducing solutions that exfoliate, hydrate and infuse your skin with antioxidants.
This Is What It's Really Like to Get a Hydrafacial
The HydraFacial Company
Somewhere in the world, a HydraFacial is performed every 15 seconds. Don't even try to do the math: This essentially amounts to 2 million treatments given globally last year alone. That's more than the total number of Botox injections administered in the U. Aiming to further expand its mega following, the company just kicked off a summer tour of sorts. For the few remaining humans still unfamiliar with the HydraFacial, here's the deal: It's a "medical-grade hydradermabrasion device that carries out a patented three-part regimen — cleansing, exfoliating, and then infusing skin with intensive serums," explains Sameer Bashey, a clinical instructor in dermatology at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Back up: Hydradermabrasion? The machine's handpiece holds patented spiralized treatment tips equipped with "vortex technology" — the whirling force that both giveth and taketh away.
A few months ago, I met a friend for dinner. It looked radiant and freakishly smooth, like that of J. Lo at two months old. I was sold on the spot.
HydraFacial is a multi-step treatment that uses patented technology to cleanse, exfoliate, extract and treat the skin. During the treatment dead skin cells and impurities are removed and the skin is hydrated with antioxidants and peptides. Unlike other treatments, HydraFacial can be had as often as weekly or monthly to achieve a fast and long lasting result. Dull skin — Sometimes your skin can look dull and needs to be revived and refreshed with a quick and effective treatment.