Why You Should Consider Getting HydraFacial in Bolton
Enhance your appearance with HydraFacial, a procedure that reveals rejuvenated, healthy skin via state-of-the-art technology. HydraFacial helps with various skin issues, from wrinkles and dark spots to acne, pigmentation, and more. This treatment is for you if you live near Bolton and want radiant and hydrated skin that you can be proud of.
HydraFacial is painless, and you won’t need an anaesthetic. There is little to no downtime, and you will usually be in and out of our Bolton clinic in 30 to 60 minutes. This non-irritating procedure can be personalised to you, helping us hone in on the areas you most want improvement.
Treatment is suitable for everyone, whether you’re a man or a woman or have dark or light skin. The procedure is non-invasive and guarantees long-long results to boost your appearance.
Our Bolton clinic serves HydraFacial clients in Manchester and across the North West.
How HydraFacial Works
HydraFacial is a facial treatment that uses a vacuum-like device to open the pores and remove dead skin cells. The six critical steps involved in HydraFacial include detox, cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection. The treatment sucks out blackheads while cleansing and exfoliating the skin and stimulating it with valuable peptides.
HydraFacial combines an advanced, patented vortex technology with botanical ingredients to deeply cleanse the skin and provide patients with essential nutrients like hyaluronic acid, copper, magnesium, zinc, and red algae extract, to name just a few. These ingredients are delivered to the locations where they perform most effectively. Pollution, sun and stress are three vital areas that can damage skin and accelerate ageing. With antioxidants, HydraFacial helps counteract the effects of these areas.
Like microdermabrasion, HydraFacial helps to rejuvenate the skin. However, the procedure is far more advanced than microdermabrasion and delivers more remarkable results. We will talk more about the differences between HydraFacial and microdermabrasion further on.