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AQUA Facial!!

What is an aqua facial?

The Aqua facial is an advanced form of Hydra facial that promises to nourish, restore, and prevent damage of your skin. It is popular among celebrities as it gives extra-ordinary results. The procedure of Aqua facial is non-invasive and utilizes hydro-technology

In addition to classic in-salon treatments such as microdermabrasion, ultrasound and microneedling, Hydrafacial has quickly become one of the most popular machine-aided facial treatments in today’s cosmetic world. It is the innovation in the cosmetic industry, outshining all previous methods. Why is that? Quite simply, Hydrafacial combines several steps – gentle cleansing, intense exfoliation (HYDRA DERMABRASION) and nourishing hydration - into one unique treatment that works on many different skin types.

One of the best things about Hydrafacial is that it can be used to treat a very wide range of skin conditions and skin types and achieves incomparable results. Combat pimples, blackheads and clogged pores? No problem! Special handpieces and attachments in combination with adjustable vacuum pressure make it possible to treat the skin effectively and above all pain-free. For example, sebum buildup and dead skin cells can be sucked right out of the skin. Fine lines and wrinkles are also taken care of. Immediately after the treatment, the skin appears plumper, smoother and firmer. Tired skin gets more glow and even pigmentation spots and redness can be visibly reduced with this Hydrafacial miracle machine.

Fractional Radio Frequency Micro Needling 

Photodamaged and aging skin is characterized by the thinning of the epidermis and dermis and is associated with a decrease in collagen levels resulting in fine lines, wrinkles, tone and texture changes, and lax skin. Treatment of photoaged skin is based on inflicting damage to the dermis, resulting in neocollagenesis. Damage to the dermis results in the upregulation of the activity of various enzymes, such as metalloproteinases and collagenase that are responsible for the removal of old tissue and deposition of new dermal tissue1. Traditionally, laser-based technologies are used to resurface the skin. However, these treatments vary in their efficacy, adverse effects and downtime after treatment.

Recently, fractional radiofrequency (RF) microneedling has emerged as a treatment option. Rather than impacting the entire surface, microneedling causes thermal damage to the dermis in microscopic zones. The intact surrounding tissue accelerates the wound healing process, reducing recovery time and resulting in minimal adverse effects.