Eunice Drummond Skin Care
What is a HydraFacial?
This is the only hydra-dermabrasion procedure that uses a technology to cleanse, extract, and hydrate. Using a water jet and suction with the solution, the Acquadermabrasion machine is able to do several treatments.
- The first step of the 60-minute treatment of the hydra facial is the Cleanse + Exfoliation, using serum’s mixture, it removes dead skin cells to reveal healthy skin.
- The second step is the Extractions – Remove acne blemishes and blackheads.
- And finally, the third step is to Hydrate. It saturates the skin’s surface with antioxidants, vitamins and peptides to maximize the glow. Targeted proprietary skin solutions are delivered to address specific skin concerns.
Do Hydra Facials hurt ?
Good question, and the answer, is not really? Essentially, the machine's hand-piece holds the tip with vortex technology which, acts like a mini vacuum on your skin. The most uncomfortable part of the treatment is definitely the exfoliation. The feeling to a "cat licking the face." That's a cute way of saying it was sandpapery but not excruciating.
Is it safe for all skin types?
Hydra Facials can be performed on most skin types, including sensitive complexions. The treatment is highly customizable. Your skin care professional will work with you to understand your unique skin concerns, and will recommend a personalized treatment for you. But, those with active rashes, sunburns, or rosacea should abstain from this kind of facial.
How many treatments do I need to see results?
Many patients report seeing visible skin refinement and an even, radiant skin tone after just one treatment. The good news? The smooth results and hydration may last five to seven days or even longer. The bad news? One treatment per month is recommended for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, oily and congested pores.