What is Hydrafacial? The Next-Gen Facial

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May 25th

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Chances are if you haven’t already had a hydrafacial, you’ve at least heard of it… And if you haven’t heard of it, you’ve probably seen it on your favorite influencer’s Instagram story. Yup, it’s the facial performed with a small suction device that promises to target everything from oily and congested pores, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and deliver an instant glow.

What is Hydrafacial?

Hydrafacial is exactly what you are looking for if you feel your skin needs some special loving and care from a professional. Especially if you are concerned about harsh treatments with long recovery times. Rough, dull skin, breakouts, and clogged pores can all be frustrating and stubborn conditions to treat. With hydrafacial, you’ll experience a gentle, effective alternative to other treatments that provide exceptional results even in as little as one treatment.

Hydrafacial combines cleansing, exfoliation, hydration, and antioxidant protection to the skin. It is a non-invasive, innovative, relatively new procedure that provides skin-enhancing results that are similar to microdermabrasion, or laser exfoliation. If you’ve researched or experienced one of these treatments or a laser procedure or chemical peel, you may have heard about this rejuvenating treatment. While microdermabrasion cleanses the skin by using crystals or diamond chips, hydrafacial actually blasts the skin with bursts of liquid. Unlike microdermabrasion or laser exfoliation, hydrafacial does not cause the skin damage that is often seen with those particular skincare treatments.

skinnsi hydrafacial machine infuses your skin with strong, beneficial ingredients to bring about outstanding results by using a gentle, liquid-based exfoliation process. A treatment typically takes approximately 45-60 minutes from beginning to finish. This will address a number of different skin care aspects with a combination of cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, and hydration.

Why Choose Hydrafacial?

It’s pretty rare to find a facial that works for almost all skin types and has zero-downtime, but the hydrafacial is that facial, and it’s one of the reasons it’s so popular. With most facials, there’s downtime; it’s normally a few days of sensitive skin where it’s not yet at that glowy selfie-level you may have imagined. However, this is not the case with a hydrafacial; as soon as you are done with the session, your skin will look radiant and dewy.

Hydrafacial also has a huge impact on skin texture and your pores will appear smaller. It can be used for pimple treatment and acne scar treatment as well. It can also help improve the appearance of blemishes. It can be used for those who have extremely dry skin to those prone to oilier skin. This treatment is also particularly requested over the winter time when dry skin is the norm. In addition, it comes highly requested prior to big events such as weddings or red-carpet events because it delivers that extra glow.

The other really cool, but very gross thing, is that skinnsi pro will be able to show you exactly what is sucked out of your skin at the end of the process. Very gross, but very satisfying! makeO skinnsi pros are well trained by the experts in the industry and the entire process is overseen by our in-house dermatologists.

Steps Involved in Hydrafacial Treatment

1. Deep Cleansing:

This initial, deep cleaning step allows liquids to easily remove dead cells from the skin’s surface. It also removes oily secretions so skincare ingredients can penetrate the skin. Pores are loosened and infused with a mild mixture of salicylic, lactic, and glycolic acids, loosening pore plugs–which can otherwise cause inflammatory acne.

2. superficial exfoliation:

A vacuum-like tip is passed all over the skin to gently remove dead skin cells, while all at the same time delivering a revitalizing serum to hydrate and protect the skin. This hydrafacial step is particularly vital to maintaining healthy, radiant skin. Hydrafacial treatment effectively and thoroughly exfoliates dry, dead layers of skin—comfortably and without redness or irritation.

3. Nourishing:

Nourishing with mesotherapy infuses moisture,oxygen and required nutrients into the damaged skin giving fresh and hydrated skin.

4. Skin tightening:

Skin tightening is done with a specialized Y probe. It Stimulates muscle, contracts and relax repeatedly. It also calms the nerves, boosts blood circulation helps in instant facelift.

How Often Does Treatment Need to be Repeated?

We recommend 4-6 hydrafacial sessions - 4weeks apart for best results. A continued regimen of hydrafacial may be recommended to maintain sustained healthy skin results. Hydrafacial can also be a great tool to help you look and feel your best as you prepare for a special occasion. You’ll see immediate results, with no downtime.

Is Hydrafacial Treatment Painful and are There Side Effects?

It is an absolutely painless procedure with utmost comfort and skin pampering.

There is typically no discomfort during the hydrafacial procedure. Customers are often pleased and impressed with the immediate effects seen, including bright, dewy, refreshed skin. It is hydrating and non-irritating.


  1. Hydrafacial is appropriate and suitable for most skin types. It works well on aging skin, dry or oily skin. It also helps in slowing down the aging process of your skin.
  2. Hydrafacial can only be administered by trained and licensed aestheticians and doctors.
  3. The skincare professionals at skinnsi are equipped, trained, and prepared to assess and administer the best possible treatment plan for you as an individual. Your skin deserves the very best in qualified professional care.

Sounds exciting doesn't it? Why not try it out yourself and experience the difference. You can easily request a consultation with an expert at skinnsi and consider a hydrafacial as an effective tool in your skin care regimen. Click on the link to book your consultation - (

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