HydraFacials: What do they do?

With 2020 being such a rough year for many, it is not hard to believe that maybe we have all been neglecting the biggest organ in our body… our skin!  Self care is the best care, and at Sweet Spot MediSpa we have something that can help; starting with our brand new hydrafacial.  

So what does a hydrafacial do? Hydra facials are a non-invasive way to help keep the skin hydrated and plumped, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, help smooth out skin texture, make skin more firm, reduce hyperpigmentation, minimize the appearance of enlarged pores, and is also extremely affective in treating acne.  The end result of this, leaving with a bright glowing complexion.

How often are hydrafacials needed?  While the results do last much longer then a normal facial, they are recommended every 4-6 weeks, as consistency is key, and results will continue to get better and better over time.  

Hydrafacials are a great skin treatment options for all skin types, as it is completely customizable to each individuals personal skin care needs. This treatment ranges from teenagers with stubborn acne, all the way to the more mature skin that needs treatment for sun damage and hyperpigmentation. These facials take no down time, have immediate results, amazing skin benefits, and with the versatility to fit any skin care need, you can’t go wrong!  

Schedule the appointment online today, or speak to any Sweet Spot provider to book an appointment, and start taking care of your skin today! 

Author
Amy Ingle, BSN, MSN, APRN, FNP-C Amy is the owner of Sweet Spot MediSpa and has been a nurse for over 20 years. She is a board certified family nurse practitioner with a specialty in esthetics and facial rejuvenation. She enjoys meeting new clients, helping clients obtain their goals, and providing a safe and welcoming environment in a medical spa setting.

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