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HYDRAFACIAL IN NASHVILLE

If you’re wondering ‘is a hydrafacial worth it’ the answer is absolutely, YES! Also known as the ‘lunchtime’ facial, you’re on your way in about 30 minutes with fresh, glowing skin.

You can now add a lip or eye PERK™ to any HydraFacial treatment for an extra boost. These ultra-focused hydrating boosts help give smaller areas more of what they need to de-puff & plump.

What is HydraFacial?

HydraFacial is a cosmetic treatment that delivers long-term skin health and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of all skin types. It offers instant, noticeable results with no downtime or irritation. The HydraFacial treatment removes dead skin cells and extracts impurities while simultaneously bathing the new skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums. The treatment is soothing, refreshing, non-irritating and immediately effective.

Why is HydraFacial Good for My Skin?

Hydration is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation of the skin has been proven to increase signs of aging. HydraFacial is a hydrating and non-irritating treatment that removes impurities, stimulates collagen production, adds vitamins to your skin, and leaves your skin fresh and hydrated.

the hydrafacial process

STEP 1

cleanse + prep + exfoliate

STEP 2

solution application

STEP 3

deep suction

STEP 4

purification + rejuvenation

How Long Does a Hydrafacial Take?

A HydraFacial usually only lasts from 20-30 minutes. So, you can easily fit one in on your lunch break, and you don’t have to worry about your treatment taking up all of your day.

Am I a Good Candidate for HydraFacial?

The HydraFacial treatment is designed for all skin types. Even the most sensitive skin easily tolerates the HydraFacial treatment. Your physician or skincare professional may choose specific treatment serums and/or customize the treatment for your unique skin conditions and needs. However, if you are taking a high amount of diabetes medicine, or have recently had a bacterial skin infection, this treatment may not be right for you.

If you have any additional questions, consult your physician or skincare professional for a skin evaluation and sensitivity.

How Often Should You Get a HydraFacial?

One of the most common questions we get is how often should you get a hydrafacial? Since hydrafacials are packed with benefits and no downtime, many of our patients prefer to have a hydrafacial once a month. Depending on your goals, you may decide to come more or less often. Learn more about hydrafacial benefits from Tracey in our video.

For the best results, we would recommend around four or five regularly scheduled treatments.

What is Perk?

As a hybrid facial, Perk™ gives clients the best of both worlds, combining efficiency with effective results. Performed in as little as 10 minutes, a Perk™ service focuses on lightly plumping lips, replenishing the eye area, and nourishing the face. Also known as a liquid exfoliation, Perk™ uses patented roller-flex technology to loosen dirt, oil, and dead skin cells through gentle exfoliation while flushing and suctioning away those impurities. At the same time, pores are gently flexed to replenish skin with vital antioxidants and nutrients.

Perk™ is the world’s first hybrid facial to merge an in-office exfoliating treatment that includes take-home products to enhance your skin benefits. It’s that simple. You get immediate results and long-lasting benefits that fit perfectly into your daily life. What can Perk™ do for you? Perk™ caters to your needs, whether you’re in the mood to boost your lips, replenish your eyes, or give your skin that instant glow.

How do Perk™ Treatments work?

Hydration is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation of the skin has been proven to increase signs of aging. HydraFacial is a hydrating and non-irritating treatment.

hydrafacial

Am I a candidate for this treatment?

With two customized treatments for the eyes or lips, Perk™ gives you the freedom to mix ‘n match service options. Perk™ can be used as an addition to a traditional facial, HydraFacial MD® treatment, or as a stand-alone, express service, so you can give your skin a boost wherever and whenever it’s needed most.

Step 1: In-Office Treatment – Receive your in-office PerkTM treatment to quickly remove the dead skin layer while simultaneously replenishing vital antioxidants and nutrients.

Step 2: Take-Home Products –  Take home the PerkTM vial right from treatment to enhance benefits and give your skin an added boost anytime.

AS SEEN ON TV

In this “Anti-Aging” episode, Dr. Ordon demonstrated the cutting-edge, non-invasive, no-downtime HydraFacial® treatment for fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne and hydrated skin.

HydraFacial’s are perfect for events (even the day of)! There is no downtime and you’ll be glowing immediately afterwards. Book the best HydraFacial with us in Belle Meade (Nashville) and get glowing skin today.

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