Everything You Need to Know About HydraFacial MD

Mozaik HydraFacial MD

HydraFacial MD is a popular new skin care procedure offered by spas across America – including Scottsdale’s Mozaik Skin & Body.

What’s the big deal about HydraFacial MD? How does it work? What kind of benefits can you expect? Let’s take a closer look today as we explain everything you need to know about HydraFacial MD.

It’s Popular with Celebrities

One of the best-known rookie mistakes you can make as a celebrity is to get a facial on the same day as a big event. Extractions and exfoliations can leave your skin red and irritated.

HydraFacial, on the other hand, is popular because you can do it on the day of your big event. Beyoncé and Kate Winslet both reportedly underwent HydraFacial treatment the same day of major red carpet events.

If it’s good enough for Beyoncé, is it good enough for you? Keep reading to find out more about the benefits of HydraFacial MD.

It’s Like a Facial – But Different

HydraFacial is similar to a standard facial, but different.

First, the HydraFacial machine uses a double helix-like vacuuming action to exfoliate dead skin cells while simultaneously removing excess oil.

That part makes HydraFacial similar to microdermabrasion, which uses a sandpaper-like material to clear your skin’s surface. However, what makes HydraFacial different from standard microdermabrasion is that HydraFacial simultaneously vacuums the surface of your skin with a soft silicone tip and it deposits a medical-grade serum to help loosen additional skin cells.

Essentially, this means you’re infusing the skin while simultaneously extracting dead skin cells – almost like you’re steam cleaning a carpet (although in a much more gentle way).

Unlike a facial, HydraFacial is also available all over your body. Many of our customers enjoy back HydraFacial treatment, for example.

It Doesn’t Have the Same Side Effects as Manual Extractions

Facials can cause short-term redness and irritation. That’s because manual extractions involve strong pressure.

HydraFacial, on the other hand, is one of the gentlest extraction techniques available. The machine gently opens your pores as glycolic and salicylic acid is deposited onto your skin through the tip. This process requires minimal pressure, which means your skin faces less stress – not to mention the fact that it’s gentler and more painless than a traditional facial.

You Also Enjoy the Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage

One of the reasons HydraFacial is so popular is because it’s like multiple skin care machines in one. In addition to being a microdermabrasion and facial system, for example, HydraFacial also works as a lymphatic drainage system.

Your skin has lymph nodes that are naturally designed to hold toxins. These lymph nodes collect toxins that have collected on the surface of your skin, then drain those toxins through your body’s natural waste removal system (i.e. your urine).

However, lymph nodes can sometimes hold onto toxins for a long period of time. That’s why lymphatic drainage is a popular procedure. You can flush toxins from your body and experience cleaner, smoother-felling skin.

You Can See the Results

One of the funny things about HydraFacial MD procedures is that it’s so gentle, some people believe that the machine isn’t really doing anything.

Fortunately, we have proof that HydraFacial MD works. After a procedure, you’ll be able to see a container of gray, cloudy liquid filled with floating particles. That’s the nasty stuff that has been collected from your pores – so you can easily see the benefits of the treatment.

How Much Does HydraFacial Cost?

Typically, HydraFacial treatments cost about $150 to $300 at day spas across America.
How Long Does It Take?

A HydraFacial procedure takes about 20 minutes, although some day spas spend up to 90 minutes to ensure complete coverage and maximum benefits.

After your procedure is complete, your skin should look – and feel – like it’s glowing in all the right places. Instead of feeling redness or irritation, you should feel cleaner, smoother skin across your face.

HydraFacial MD in Scottsdale

Mozaik Skin & Body is proud to offer HydraFacial MD skin therapy in Scottsdale, Arizona.

A typical HydraFacial procedure costs $150 and lasts 30 minutes. Longer procedures are also available for maximum coverage across your entire body over a 90 minute period.

During a HydraFacial MD procedure, guests enjoy an exfoliating peel, painless extraction, and hydration all rolled into one gentle, painless package. Book your HydraFacial MD treatment in Scottsdale today!

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