HydraFacial is a noninvasive treatment for dull and aging skin. It pairs exfoliation with vacuum technology and hydrating serums to revitalize your skin and give it a healthy glow. The procedure is relaxing and painless. It uses a specialized handheld device to improve your skin’s overall appearance without any downtime.
Some of the benefits you can expect by choosing HydraFacials at Dermatology Associates of Central NJ include:
HydraFacials can help you achieve your beauty goals after just a single treatment.
Your Dermatology Associates of Central NJ provider lets you know if you’re a candidate for HydraFacials after reviewing your medical history, asking about your beauty goals, and examining your skin.
They let you know what to expect during the procedure and may combine it with other aesthetic treatments. HydraFacials are safe and effective for all skin types.
During HydraFacials at Dermatology Associates of Central NJ, your specialist cleans your skin of oil and dirt. They use a handheld device to resurface and exfoliate your skin. A vacuum-like attachment on the device removes debris from your pores.
Another attachment applies moisturizing and nourishing serums to your face. Your specialist could recommend additional aesthetic treatments, such as dermal fillers or light therapy, to enhance your results. Each treatment lasts less than an hour, making it an excellent lunchtime procedure.
After receiving a HydraFacial at Dermatology Associates of Central NJ, there’s no downtime. You can resume your daily routine immediately afterward. Follow your provider's instructions to properly care for your skin and avoid unprotected sun exposure.
The specialists at Dermatology Associates of Central NJ let you know when to schedule your next HydraFacial to maintain your refreshed skin. You might schedule every few weeks or months, depending on your skin type and beauty goals.
To learn more about HydraFacials at Dermatology Associates of Central NJ and find out if they’re right for you, call the office or use the online booking feature today.