Hydrodermabrasion is an advanced skincare technique that combines the benefits of traditional microdermabrasion with the hydrating properties of water. Unlike conventional microdermabrasion methods, which rely on abrasive particles or diamond-tipped wands, hydrodermabrasion employs a gentle yet effective jet of water infused with oxygen and specialised serums containing essential ingredients like antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, vitamins, and botanical extracts.

This stream of water exfoliates the outer layer of the skin, eliminating dead cells, impurities, and debris in the process. By removing these surface layers, hydrodermabrasion reveals fresher, rejuvenated skin underneath, promoting a smoother and more vibrant complexion.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of hydrodermabrasion?

One of the significant advantages of hydrodermabrasion is its versatility and suitability for various skin types. The procedure is generally painless and non-invasive, making it an attractive option for individuals seeking skin rejuvenation without the discomfort or downtime associated with more aggressive treatments. There is typically no recovery time needed after hydrodermabrasion, allowing patients to resume their daily activities immediately.

How does hydrodermabrasion work?

In addition to exfoliation and serum infusion, hydrodermabrasion incorporates a gentle suction mechanism. This suction serves multiple purposes: it further cleanses the skin by removing remaining impurities and excess fluids, helps unclog pores, and promotes lymphatic drainage. Clearing out pores reduces the likelihood of acne and blackheads while improving overall skin texture and tone. The suction action also aids in reducing puffiness and fine lines, contributing to a smoother and more even skin surface.

What are the side effects of hydrodermabrasion?

Hydrodermabrasion is generally considered a safe and non-invasive procedure, but like any cosmetic treatment, it may have some side effects, although they are usually mild and temporary. Common side effects of hydrodermabrasion can include:

  1. Redness: Mild redness is a common and expected side effect after hydrodermabrasion. This redness is usually temporary and subsides within a few hours after the procedure.
  2. Sensitivity: Some individuals might experience increased sensitivity in the treated area, especially if the skin is dry or sensitive. This sensitivity is typically short-lived and resolves on its own.
  3. Swelling: In some cases, there might be slight swelling, particularly if the treatment is focused on unclogging pores. Swelling is usually minimal and temporary.
  4. Dryness: The exfoliation process can leave the skin feeling slightly dry. It’s essential to follow post-treatment moisturizing recommendations to prevent excessive dryness.
  5. Bruising: While rare, some individuals might experience minor bruising, especially if the skin is particularly sensitive or fragile. This side effect is typically mild and temporary.
  6. Tingling Sensation: Some people might feel a mild tingling sensation on the skin during or after the procedure. This sensation usually dissipates quickly.
  7. Skin Peeling: After the treatment, the skin might undergo a mild peeling process as it sheds dead cells. This is a natural part of the skin renewal process and should not cause concern.
  8. Temporary Worsening of Skin Conditions: In some cases, individuals with certain skin conditions, such as rosacea or acne, might experience a temporary worsening of their condition before improvement occurs. This is often part of the skin’s healing process.


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