Hydrafacial for Enlarged Pores
How does Hydra-dermabrasion work?
The HydraFacial device uses four actions with four corresponding solutions:
They contribute to the resurfacing of the skin; physical exfoliation from water pressure and a textured tip, chemical exfoliation from acids such as glycolic and salicylic, and suction to lift dead skin cells off the surface.
A basic treatment starts with Hydrogen Toning (Hydrogen Peeling) with a Hydrogen water-based solution being blasted onto the skin to break up the topmost layer of dead skin cells.
Using the spiral suction tip of the HydraFacial device, the dead skin cells and surface debris are lifted away, providing a gentler method of extraction. Hydrogen water H2 also helps to eliminate free radical – factor of aging skin. See more
Next, a chemical peel solution is delivered in the same way, increasing the depth of exfoliation. Chemical peel solutions include S1 (AHA) and S2 (BHA)
The final steps involve the same pressurised delivery of treatment moisturising serums (S3) customised to the needs of the skin i.e. brightening, fine lines, hydration
Because all steps are delivered in a hydrating, water-based solution, the HydraFacial delivers an impressive amount of plumping hydration to the skin when compared to a more traditional microdermabrasion treatment.
Galvanic roller for face lifting
Last but not least, Oceania Beauty Clinic utilise Galvanic face lifting roller in the final step.
Decreased skin elasticity, increasing fine lines, nasolabial fold and wrinkles with increasing age. Expanding facial shape due to collagen and elasticity fiber decomposition. Face lifting using galvanic face roller improves skin elasticity, relieves swelling. Galvanic current also helps to increase blood circulation and regenerate new collagen production.
You can feel immediate effects of decreasing swelling, lifting and massage, as well as penetration of active ingredients in skincare product. Use area: jaw line, cheekbone area, décolleté line, nape, scalp, arm, leg (calf, etc.)
Who is suitable for Hydrafacial?
• Fine lines + Wrinkles
• Elasticity + Firmness
• Even Tone + Vibrancy
• Skin Texture
• Brown Spots
• Oily + Congested Skin
• Enlarged Pores
What kind of results can I expect with HydraFacial?
You can expect healthier and more youthful skin
How often should I do HydraFacial?
The recommended HydraFacial treatment interval is between 2 weeks to 1 month.
Depending on your skin condition, you might need more/less frequent HydraFacial sessions.
Is there any downtime (redness/peeling/swelling) after HydraFacial treatment?
Most patients have no downtime after HydraFacial.
There might be temporary redness for 1-2 hours, which can be concealed with make-up.
Before and After
Anti-Aging Full Treatment