Hydradermabrasion is a new developing medical-grade facial procedure at Aesthetica Skin Centre that exfoliates and clears the skin from pores while hydrating the skin. The hydra system is a four-step treatment that includes cleansing, exfoliating, extracting, and hydrating the skin with serums infused into pores using a hydra peeling tip device. What's more, our hydradermabrasion system uses a combination of oxygen and medical-grade solutions at supersonic speeds to remove debris and dead cells that are then suctioned away. This new modality at our clinic is novel because the treatment exfoliates the epidermis and further hydrates the skin within the same treatment pass. This supersonic micro-droplet jet results in a pressured widening of micro-canals in the outer skin layers that facilitate greater hydration and cleansing of the skin. This moisturising component allows for less irritation, reduced discomfort, and quicker recovery. Solutions and serums can also be formulated, allowing better cleansing, extraction, and exfoliation while possessing antioxidant properties targeting specific skin types, textures, and most skin conditions that cannot be delivered with traditional microdermabrasion.
The procedure is an excellent choice for persons with darker skin tones, ageing skin, sensitive skin areas, oily and dry skin complexions. Studies show that hydradermabrasion skin possessed increased epidermal and papillary dermal thickness as well as greater antioxidant levels. More significantly, the replacement of elastic dermal tissue, collagen hyalinisation, and fibroblast density is evident within several weeks post-treatment course. At the same time, a decrease in the appearance of fine lines, pore size, and hyperpigmentation are apparent with no patient complications. With its ability to add hydration, oxygen, and antioxidants to the exfoliated skin, this procedure demonstrates that the hydradermabrasion treatment at Aesthetica Skin Centre can effectively improve skin quality and could be considered an alternative to most rejuvenating procedures.
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