Do Hydrafacial work?
A HydraFacial is a skin treatment available in medical spas and dermatology offices. It’s also sometimes called “hydradermabrasion” because it involves microdermabrasion-like exfoliation paired with hydrating serums.
Known for its three-step process, the HydraFacial works to deep-clean, exfoliate, and hydrate your skin. This procedure helps to treat variety of skin conditions, including acne, dryness, and wrinkles.
The noninvasive procedure is similar in principle to a regular facial you might get from a spa but it provides more dramatic results. This is achieved by a mechanized wand used on your skin to deeply clean and exfoliate while delivering serums customized to your skin type.
The HydraFacial helps to improve overall skin texture, tone, and appearance. This is due to the deep exfoliation that cleans your pores, removing debris and allowing for better penetration of face serums tailored to your skin type.
HydraFacial for acne
Microdermabrasion or Hydrafacial techniques have long been considered effective for treating both acne and acne scars. This is likely due to the deep exfoliation that helps remove pore-clogging skin cells.
HydraFacial and blackheads
Dead skin cells also contribute to blackheads. This noninflammatory type of acne may benefit from the same extracting and exfoliating methods used in the HydraFacial.
HydraFacial and rosacea
It can be difficult to find cosmetic treatments for this sensitive skin condition. While more research is needed to prove the safety and effectiveness of the HydraFacial for rosacea, results are promising.
HydraFacial for anti-aging concerns
A study based of 30 women found that those who received HydraFacial treatments had greater decreases in signs of skin aging compared with those who used serums alone. The effects included decreased pore size, minor hyper-pigmentation, and decreased fine lines.