When you think of a dermabrasion treatment, you think of microdermabrasion. But have you heard of Hydrodermabrasion? Hydrodermabrasion offers your skin a gentler experience with some amazing results. This blog will tell you all you need to know about the treatment and the benefits that it has for your skin.
What is Hydrodermabrasion:
Hydrodermabrasion uses a mild suction on the skin to remove impurities and dead skin cells. It provides a deep exfoliation by doing so. At the same time, the treatment infuses a vitamin rich water into the skin. The ingredients in the water can be changed depending on the skin needs of the client. For example if the client was looking for anti-ageing results, a vitamin c rich water would be infused for antioxidant and brightening benefits.
The treatment offers a number of benefits to the skin.
The mild suction used by the treatment exfoliates the skin by removing dead skin cells from the skins surface. It can also remove deeper impurities in the skin, preventing breakouts and deeply cleansing the skin.
As well as exfoliation, the mild suction provided by the treatment increases blood flow under the surface of the skin, which can leave the skin looking plumed and with a healthy glow. Plumping the skin can also reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Product Penetration and Hydration:
The treatment infuses water deep into the skin. This will provide the skin with a deeper hydration than moisturising alone. Product penetration is also aided during this treatment, by infusing products into the water, allowing the products to penetrate the skin as deeply as the treatment device pushes the water.
The hydration that the treatment provides can also help to prevent early signs of ageing. Dehydrated skin is prone to wrinkling and cracking. The more we keep our skin hydrated the less likely we are to develop wrinkles.
Where Can You Get It?
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To find out how you can offer this treatment in you salon using the OxyHydroderm device, click here.