The average HydraFacial takes around 30 minutes but if you will be scheduling a combined treatment, naturally, it will take longer. Overall, it is possible to schedule a HydraFacial over your lunch break.
Unfortunately, no, we do not recommend having HydraFacial treatments while pregnant.
Although you will be able to see and feel a difference following your very first HydraFacial® treatment, we generally recommend a course of treatments every 1-4 weeks until you have achieved your desired results, and then a maintenance HydraFacial® treatment every 4-6 weeks.
Yes you can! We often use the Hydrafacial® technology as a synergistic treatment with some of our other medical skin treatments. For example, preparing the skin with a short course of weekly Hydrafacials® prior to procedures such as laser resurfacing will improve the health and hydration of the skin, enabling it to respond better to […]
• Roaccutane treatment (must be ceased 6 months prior to hydrafacial) • Recent facial surgery • Open wounds, dermatitis, severe active rosacea • Active Herpes Simplex Virus (cold sores) • Active radiation treatment in cancer patients • Allergies to Salicylates or Lactic Acid • Recent laser treatment, injectables or waxing (last 1 – 2 weeks) […]