This remarkably effective treatment can be modified to target a range of concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, superficial age spots, hyperpigmentation, inconsistent tone & texture, dry/dehydrated skin, acne, or clogged, congested, and enlarged pores.
You can expect instant results with AquaFacial. Your skin will look and feel smooth, healthy, and clean. Your skin will radiate a healthy glow and youthful appearance. You may display a slight pinkish glow and warmness for about 30 minutes, post-treatment. This is caused by the process of rejuvenating your skin; it will fade away. To see long-lasting results, we recommend incorporating AquaFacial into your skincare regimen every 4 weeks.Consistency is key when it comes to healthy skin. Reported significant results have been noticeable after 4 to 6 treatments, and it’s important to keep in mind that results vary from individual to individual.
Can I go about my normal nightly skin care routine?
Depends, cleansers or moisturizers containing scrubs, RetinA, or acids of any kind need to be avoided for a few days. A sunscreen with a high SPF is also required for use for at least the first 2 weeks.
Is AquaFacial painful?
No, not at all. In fact, many of our clients fall asleep for it is a relaxing treatment.
Why Is A Aqua Facial Good For My Skin?
Hydration is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation and dryness of the skin have been proven to increase the signs of aging. This treatment is non-irritating and hydrating.
How Long Does The Treatment Take? Is There Any Downtime Or Pain Involved?
The Aqua Facial treatment takes as little as 45 minutes. The treatment is often described as feeling like “a cool paintbrush moving over my face”. You may return to your normal activities and wear makeup immediately after the treatment as there is no downtime.
What Results May Be Expected? How Many Treatments Are Needed To See Results? How Long Do The Results Last?
Many people report seeing a visible refinement of the skin and an even, radiant skin tone after just one treatment. The smooth results and hydration may last 5 to 7 days or possibly even longer. A series of six treatments is recommended for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, hyper-pigmentation, acne and oily skin. After your first series of treatments, you may want to maintain your results with a Aqua Facial every 6-8 weeks.
Why Is The AquaFacial Better Than Microdermabrasion?
The AquaFacial is also known as the “Serum-dermabrasion”. Microdermabrasion used to be considered the most effective method of exfoliation and mild skin rejuvenation. However, microdermabrasion is not recommended for all skin types. People with sensitive or thin skin, Rosacea or ethnic skin are not candidates for microdermabrasion because of potential reactions such as scaring, hyper-pigmentation and irritation. The AquaFacial is a highly effective alternative to microdermabrasion, using the newest form of skin resurfacing technology, that Is non-invasive.
What Can I Do At Home To Maintain My Results?
We offer at home skin care regimes. These are customized for you as part of your daily skin care regimen. We have a wide array of pharmaceutical grade skin care products to maintain your beautiful results including antioxidants, peptide complexes, retinol, vitamin C & E, and skin strengthening serums.
A series of regularly scheduled treatments 4 – 6 weeks apart.
Contraindications include but are not limited to the following:
- Pregnancy or breastfeeding
- Accutane (isotretinoin) in the last 6 months
- Retin A topical or other skin-irritating products
- Aesthetic procedures/injections in the last 2 weeks
- Blood-thinning medications within the last week
- History of keloid scarring or abnormal wound healing
- Skin cancer or suspicious lesions
- Sunburn (natural sunlight, tanning), extreme sensitivity
- Poorly controlled medical conditions (i.e. diabetes, vascular)
- Impaired immune system and/or use of immunosuppressive medications
- Active infection, cold sores (Herpes Simplex), psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis
- Tattoos and/or permanent makeup
- Implanted medical devices in the treatment area
- Impaired judgment, psychological conditions, and substance or alcohol abuse
- Patients with unrealistic expectations