Hydrafacial: Making Dull Skin Glow

The first time I tried a professional HydraFacial, I couldn’t believe the results! My skin immediately looked brighter, smoother and more evenand I had that lit-from-within glow we all want. Since then, I’ve been getting HydraFacial treatments with Ruth Bayer at Diane Walder Dermatology every 6 weeks. My skin looks better than it ever has, and I knew I had to share more about this treatment  

Hydrafacial is a non-invasive, medical-grade facial treatment and one of the most powerful treatments I've tried in recent years. It uses a patented device to cleanse, exfoliate, extract impurities, and infuse the skin with hydrating and nourishing serums. The treatment is designed to improve the overall appearance and health of the skin by addressing various skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, oily skin, enlarged pores, and acne. And more recently, my friends from Skin Local treated me to a much need one. 
A Hydrafacial uses a unique Vortex-Fusion technology that combines three steps to deliver the treatment:

1. Cleansing and exfoliation: The device uses a gentle vacuum suction to remove dirt, oil, and dead skin cells from the surface of the skin while simultaneously delivering a gentle exfoliation to promote skin cell turnover.
2. Extraction: The device uses a painless suction technique to remove blackheads, whiteheads, and other impurities from the pores without causing any damage to the skin.
3. Hydration and infusion: The device delivers a customized blend of antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid to hydrate, nourish, and protect the skin.

    All in all, this treatment is incredibly quick, painless and efficientand it has literally zero downtime. It typically takes 30-45 minutes to complete. You can have a HydraFacial done the day before or same day you have an event, and your skin will be glowing  

    How much: Between $200-300
    Worth the hype: Absolutely!

    With love always,


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