All About The Hydrafacial

Everything you need to know about Hydrafacials.

Hello Skin Enthusiast!

Have you been wondering what all the buzz about the Hydrafacial is about? Gain a better understanding as to why it’s one of the most popular treatments in spas, medi spas and clinical settings.

What is the Hydrafacial?

The HydraFacial, also referred to as HydraDermabrasion, is the next generation of microdermabrasion. Microdermabrasion is strictly physical exfoliation, whereas the HydraFacial is a multi-step process that uses chemical and physical exfoliants, paired with a vortex-fusion that deep cleans and infuses a variety of solutions that deliver nutrients and hydration into the skin.

Who is the Hydrafacial for?

Literally everyone! One common goal that I hear from many clients is the desire to be confident in sporting a natural look (aka- foundation/makeup free). The Hydrafacial (offered in Inver Grove, Minnesota and surrounding areas) can help you achieve smooth, even, glowing skin without downtime. With 26 patents this skin treatment is incredibly customizable and can be used to treat a slew of skin concerns such as acne, dryness, hyperpigmentation and wrinkles. It’s appropriate for all skin types including skin with sensitivities and rosacea.

What to Expect from the Hydrafacial?

Step 1: Deep Clean & Exfoliate – Using a tip that essentially works like a vortex to deep your pores. Skin is exfoliated with a variety of chemical exfoliants; lactic, glycolic & salicylic acid.

Step 2: Extraction – Utilizing salicylic acid and honey the vortex-fusion gently pulls impurities and blackheads out of the skin.

Step 3: Infuse –Infusion of Hydrafacial’s ‘liquid gold’ solution, a cocktail of hydrators, brighteners, antioxidants and peptides.

Is Hydrafacial a Fad?

Definitely not! It’s been around since 1998 and continues to gain popularity in the industry. In fact, it’s estimated that one HydraFacial is performed globally every 12 minutes.

How often should you get a Hydrafacial?

There are no hard-and-fast rules about the frequency of HydraFacial treatments, but as you may suspect, it really depends on the needs of your skin and goals for skin health. While some people may require a HydraFacial every two weeks to achieve their desired results, others can stick to doing a HydraFacial once a month or quarterly.

How much does a Hydrafacial cost?

There are a variety of options when it come to the Hydrafacial varying in price from $169-$299 per treatment. Options vary in add-ons to customize and enhance results.

Glo Skin & Brow offers hydrafacials in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Twin Cities and surrounding area (Woodbury, Hastings, South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Mendota Heights, Inver Grove Heights, Rosemount, Eagan, Bloomington)? Come check it out for yourself at GLO SKIN & BROW in Inver Grove Heights.

What are the results?

See for yourself! Real Clients. Real Results.

Before & After