What does Hydrafacial consist of and what is it used for?

It is a novel and non-invasive treatment to completely purify the skin, improve its elasticity, give greater luminosity, and extract blackheads and pollutants from the pores. It allows to obtain a hydrated, smooth skin with a healthier appearance.

It includes:

1. Cleaning and application of a keratolytic mask that allows us to extract impurities more easily.
2. Vaporozone application.
3. Ultrasonic peeling: skin repair, remove dead skin.
4. Hydrodermabrasion: removal of blackheads, cleansing and facial exfoliation.
5. Application of Tonic and active substances to improve skin hydration.
6. Oxygen Gun: oxygenation and rejuvenation of the skin.
7. Cold hammer: close pores and relax skin.
8. LED mask.
9. Application of sunscreen.

What are the benefits of performing Hydrafacial?

  • It allows us to do a complete detoxification of the skin.
  • Improves skin elasticity, which is complementary to anti-aging treatments.
  • It allows to remove the most superficial layer of the skin, thus improving its luminosity and brightness.
  • Extraction of blackheads and pollutants in each pore.
  • Infusion of active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and active peptides that provide intensive hydration to the skin.

How long does the Hydrafacial session last?

At Naturalness the session lasts about an hour.

When are the results seen and how often is it done?

The results of the Hydrafacial can be seen from the first session.

The frequency of performing it depends on the type of skin, but it is recommended to perform it approximately every three months as part of a facial care routine.

Does performing Hydrafacial cause pain, disability or side effects?

The Hydrafacial is not painful or incapacitating. It has no contraindications, but it is recommended to request advice to determine the protocol that best suits the patient’s needs.

At Naturalness we provide the ideal medical support to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all patients, in accordance with the standards, requirements, and procedures required by the Unified Health Enabling System.