Why You Should Get a Hydrafacial As the Temperatures Get Colder

Hydrafacial Bloomington, ILIf there’s one thing to know about the colder temperatures it’s that your skin may start to seriously suffer. Cold, dry temperatures can dry your skin out and cause it to become itchy and just overall uncomfortable. Before you even hit that point this fall and winter, come into our office to get a hydrafacial. But what exactly can a hydrafacial do to help you treat dry skin? Let’s take a closer look.

It Uses Hydradermabrasion

Hydrafacials were created on the principle of using a hydradermabrasion system which is a lot more gentle on your skin than microdermabrasion. Rather than using crystals to exfoliate your skin, hydradermabrasion works by suctioning all of the junk out of your pores with a small vacuum. Once the pores are clean, then it makes it easier for us to apply serums and creams to your skin.

We Use Complex Serums

Once we have used the hydradermabrasion system, we will hydrate your skin with serums to help fill in fine lines and wrinkles, unclog pores, and give you a more hydrated feeling complexion overall. After we have exfoliated and extracted imperfections, we will then apply a series of unique serums and creams that are customized to you, your skin type, and the overall look that you are going for.

Great Results Every Time

The difficult thing about traditional facials is that we can’t guarantee consistent results every time because patients respond differently to certain techniques and creams. With the hydrafacial, however, patients get consistent results each and every time which means that you will have minimal redness and an instantly smoother complexion.

Having dry, chapped skin isn’t something that anybody wants, but it can be hard to combat during the colder seasons. Luckily, by getting regular hydrafacials from Twin City Plastic Surgery, you can moisturize and hydrate your skin so that you don’t’ have to deal with that constant dry feeling. To learn more about hydrafacials or to schedule your first treatments, contact our Bloomington office today at (309) 662-6772.

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