What hydrafacial treats


  • Protects against free radical damage

  • Provides general rejuvenation

How does the procedure work? 

Hydrafacial is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment designed to enhance the skin by directly targeting free radical damage. It is a four-step process that combines intense cleansing, a peel, extractions/exfoliation and serum infusion. It is safe for all skin types and the results are immediate. Hydrafacial targets oily skin, treats acne, removes dead skin and blackheads, reduces pore size, protects against free radical damage and produces a glowing complexion.

What will the patient experience during the procedure? 

Hydrafacial is targeted to the patient’s individual skin issues so a specific treatment kit will be chosen. It is a four-step process that includes thoroughly cleansing the face with exfoliation using the patented handpiece and Hydropeel tip. The abrasive edges of the tip effectively remove dead skin cells and other pore clogging debris revealing healthy, new skin. A peel is then chosen specifically for the patient’s skin and extractions are carried out using a vortex suction system, which thoroughly cleans pores. Antioxidants and hyaluronic acid is infused into the skin to nourish and protect.

What can the patient expect after the procedure? 

Directly after the treatment, it is normal to experience redness but this generally disappears within an hour or two. It is normal to experience dryness and flakiness in the days after treatment. Not everyone peels from having a Hydrafacial, however if this happens, it should subside within four days.

The div team demonstrates the hydrafacial treatment

In this video the Hydrafacial treatment is demonstrated by the team at the Dermatology Institute of Victoria. The Hydrafacial is a unique four step procedure that includes peels, exfoliation and extractions and is suitable for all skin types.  

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