How the HydraFacial Can Rejuvenate Your Skin

You want to rejuvenate your skin, but you’re not interested in invasive treatments like cosmetic surgery or chemical peels. If that sounds like you, it’s time to consider the HydraFacial. 

This gentle treatment can improve your complexion in less than an hour. And afterward, you can get right back to your usual daily activities — no downtime required!

Dr. Javier Sosa and our expert team at Woodlands Primary Healthcare, located in The Woodlands, Texas, offer numerous aesthetic medicine treatments, including the HydraFacial.

Take a few moments to learn more about the HydraFacial, including rejuvenating benefits to look forward to. 

How HydraFacial works

HydraFacial, also known as hydradermabrasion, uses an exfoliation process similar to microdermabrasion. In addition, it utilizes nourishing hydrating serums to replenish moisture throughout your skin. 

HydraFacial treatments start with a deep clean. From there, the special exfoliation technique is used to eliminate dry and damaged skin at and below the surface. Then the hydrating serums complete the process, leaving you with a healthy glow.

What HydraFacial can treat

HydraFacial’s patented technology can help treat a range of common skin complaints, including:

  • Acne and acne scars
  • Dryness
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Fine lines
  • Large pores

While you may not be a good candidate for HydraFacial treatment during an intense acne flare-up, the deep exfoliation between breakouts may help reduce oil build-up for prevention.

The HydraFacial is also gentle enough to treat skin affected by conditions that cause sensitive skin, such as rosacea. 

You can also choose HydraFacial as a noninvasive way to keep your skin looking vibrant or to freshen it up during or after especially dry or cold months.

Making the most of your HydraFacial treatment

After your HydraFacial session, you’ll want to avoid additional exfoliation for a few days. Beyond that, continue to take good care of your skin. 

Protect your skin from UV rays by applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen or wearing sun-protective clothing. Moisturize your skin regularly, and eat a nutritious, skin-healthy diet. Staying well hydrated and quitting or avoiding smoking can also promote more radiant skin. 

While some people benefit from one HydraFacial treatment, many people find a series of facials spread 2-4 weeks apart helpful. You can also choose the HydraFacial in tandem with an injectable wrinkle treatment, like Botox. Your provider at Woodlands Primary Healthcare can recommend your ideal regimen.

To learn more about Hydrafacial treatment or get the care you need, call Woodlands Primary Healthcare, located in The Woodlands, Texas, or request an appointment with Dr. Sosa on our website today. 

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