Dr. Lee Colony In: Hydrafacial
HydraFacial treatments are all the rage these days and for good reason. It’s become a facial treatment used by many celebrities, but they aren’t the only ones taking advantage of this trend. Since it assists with a wide variety of skin issues, people of all ages are making a HydraFacial their primary treatment. Especially when they have issues with dryness and other conditions that lead to signs of aging. Dr. Colony and his team at Michigan Plastic Surgery™ offer HydraFacial to their patients who are looking for a refreshed, glowing appearance.
HydraFacial is a treatment used to resurface the skin. It’s medical-grade, which means it must be performed in an office by a licensed professional. However, it can also be performed by an esthetician that’s certified. The process involves cleaning and exfoliating the face, much like many other procedures. However, it also includes extraction and hydration of the skin using a device and serums that optimize results. The serums used for the procedure have properties that are both antioxidant and anti-aging. One of the reasons why it’s so effective is because the serums used are infused into the pores.
The HydraFacial procedure involves eliminating excess sebum that’s found under the skin and getting rid of dead skin cells, which can drastically change the appearance of the skin. Some of the ingredients used include glycolic acid and salicylic acid. These chemicals work well for unclogging the pores and removing impurities.
Many people that have received a HydraFacial report experiencing a much clearer complexion, which is just one of its many benefits. They also report having skin that’s brighter and smoother. HydraFacials give the skin a more even texture and tone. It can even reduce the size of pores and minimize fine lines. These results are why HydraFacials are popular among individuals that desire a more youthful appearance. Plus, with HydraFacial the results are instantaneous, so you don’t have to wait to see the difference.
A HydraFacial is a treatment that works immediately, but it also takes time to experience the full benefits of the procedure. It’s often recommended that you receive another HydraFacial treatment around every six weeks. It’s common for recipients of other cosmetic procedures to receive a HydraFacial treatment at the same time. For instance, Botox and HydraFacial are sometimes companion procedures used to optimize the overall results.
One of the many wonderful things about a HydraFacial is that anyone can take advantage of the procedure. It’s common for teenagers experiencing acne and adults with wrinkles to get the procedure. There are some people that should avoid the procedure, such as women that are pregnant, anyone with a condition that causes skin irritation, or Accutane usage. Otherwise, there are very few situations and skin types that can’t benefit from HydraFacial.
HydraFacials are a sought-after procedure in part because there are very few side effects. It’s also popular because there is no time away from work since there’s no downtime after the treatment is completed. A small amount of redness is normal for a HydraFacial, but it will not last for a long period of time. It’s worth noting that sometimes there is a small amount of irritation that might take until the next day to fully subside. However, most people will only notice improvements to their skin.
Dr. Lee H. Colony of Michigan Plastic Surgery™ has more than two decades of experience meeting the needs of patients in Michigan. Dr. Colony is highly regarded for his proficiency in body contouring and shares his expertise with other surgeons around the nation. The team at Michigan Plastic Surgery™ can answer any questions you have about HydraFacials. To learn more, contact us today!
Meet Dr. Lee H. Colony, M.D., F.A.C.S., a renowned Board Certified plastic surgeon known for his expertise in aesthetic plastic surgery. As a respected national speaker and educator, his dedication to patient safety and involvement in esteemed medical societies highlight his exceptional skills.