HydraFacial New Jersey
What is HydraFacial?
The HydraFacial is a facial rejuvenation procedure that removes dead skin cells through exfoliation before extracting impurities and infusing the new skin with hydrating serums. The HydraFacial is so much more than a regular facial, providing renewing treatment for all skin types. If you are looking for HydraFacial in Mercer County, visit Princeton cosmetic surgeon Dr. Jill Hazen.
The procedure delivers instant results with no discomfort or downtime. The Hydrafacial leaves your skin glowing and is a great treatment to do before an event. To learn more about HydraFacial at Hazen Medical Spa email us to schedule your consultation today.
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HydraFacial – This popular facial gives your skin a gorgeous glow using soothing spa therapies combined with advanced medical technology. Customized to your skin type, healthy new skin is revealed after cleansing and exfoliating, followed by an infusion of antioxidant and hydrating serums.
Brightening Hydrafacial: Formulated to target dark spots and sun damaged areas. Leaves skin glowing for a more even complexion.
Dermabuilder Hydrafacial: Helps address fine lines, skin tone evenness, and texture. Gives you an instant tightness.
Growth Factor Hydrafacial: Connective Tissue Growth Factor is designed to restore skin health, which helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Growth factors are naturally occurring proteins that regulate cellular growth and play a key role in maintaining skin structure and function.
Hydrafacial Eye Perk: An eye treatment that awakens the delicate eye area. Bring home the replenishing serum to use at home.
Hydrafacial Lip Perk: Lightly plumps and locks in moisture to reveal a perfect pout. Bring home the rest of the serum to use at home. Also includes a hydrating lip balm with SPF 30.
Is HydraFacial right for me?
Anyone seeking to promote and preserve a glowing, youthful complexion is an ideal candidate for HydraFacial. Whatever your skin type or degree of sensitivity, the treatment moisturizes your skin as it clears away old skin cells that have lingered long enough to add dryness, lines and wrinkles to your face. The treatment is extremely gentle and soothing and will not irritate the skin.
Is HydraFacial similar to microdermabrasion?
Dr. Jill Hazen likes to think of the many facial rejuvenation procedures offered at Hazen Medical Spa in Princeton, New Jersey as part of a continuum. HydraFacial, from this perspective, is an evolution of microdermabrasion.
Like the time-tested microdermabrasion process, HydraFacial peels away the months and even years by removing the fine top layer of skin, dead cells that cling to the surface and dull your complexion. In addition to that, HydraFacial infuses the skin with moisturizers, exfoliants and nourishing cleansers. It involves the use of gentle suction to clean out pores and the application of a variety of topical solutions to bathe and revitalize your skin.
Microdermabrasion, by contrast, involves the use of an advanced Hydra-Diamond “wand” that gently abrades away the surface layer of skin. Both procedures support the production of new skin cells, as well as collagen, the natural protein that gives skin strength and suppleness and helps it resist stretching, drooping and sagging. Each technique targets fine lines, minor wrinkles, age spots, sun spots and other blemishes, and may improve skin tone, reduce the size of pores, fade some types of scars, and restore a smooth, youthful appearance to the face.
Is HydraFacial a one-size-fits-all procedure?
Absolutely not, and that is what makes HydraFacial so exciting for patients and doctors alike. The process is highly individualized, affording clients the opportunity to add a range of options to the treatment, including red- and blue-light LED therapy and lymphatic draining. Dr. Jill Hazen varies the topical serums applied to the face depending on whether your complexion is naturally oily or dry, and whether you have acne, whiteheads, blackheads or pigmentation issues.
Is the process time-consuming?
HydraFacial generally requires an hour or less, and it may be the most pleasant time you spend all week. Patients often report a calming sensation as the cool solutions are gently applied to the face.
In the long run, you may spend less time with HydraFacial, as Dr. Hazen recommends a monthly treatment; by contrast, microdermabrasion often requires a series of sessions involving two office visits a month to attain similar results. You should expect to see noticeable improvement in your skin after your very first HydraFacial.
To learn more about the benefits of HydraFacial and other proven aesthetic techniques, contact Hazen Medical Spa today to schedule your personal consultation in our Princeton office with experienced plastic surgeon Dr. Jill Hazen.