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HydraFacial TreatmentHydrafacial Toronto

HydraFacial, also known as hydradermabrasion, is a comprehensive delivery system designed to deeply cleanse, peel, exfoliate, painlessly extract, infuse, and hydrate the skin using specialized solutions and serums. This reveals beautiful skin and provides an immediate healthy glow. Suitable for all skin types, it effectively addresses a range of skin concerns without any downtime.

HydraFacial Classic

60 min – $169

*First visit: $109

* Package of 3: $375

Includes: cleanse, exfoliant, extraction, hydrate, mask and shoulder massage.

Hydrafacial Deluxe

75 min – $199

*First visit: $135

*Package of 3: $415

Includes: HydraFacial Classic+ medical grade booster serum to target your individual skin concerns + LED light therapy to maximize your results.

HydraFacial Premium

90 min – $230

*First visit $150

*Package of 3: $475

Includes: HydraFacial Classic+ booster serum infuse + microcurrent* + LED light therapy.

*Microcurrent reduces inflammation and puffiness, increases muscle tone and lifting effect.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of HydraFacial?
  • Hydrates and provides instant glowing skin.
  • Reduces pore size and improves acne and oily-prone skin.
  • Minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Detoxifies and revitalizes dull skin.
  • Helps improve skin tone and texture. 
How does Hydra facial work?

The HydraFacial treatment starts with a thorough cleansing and exfoliation using an active solution that gently removes dead skin cells and prepares your pores. Next, a peel is applied to loosen pore debris. After the effective extraction, a hydrating serum is infused to replenish your skin. The specialized vacuum-powered handpiece plays a crucial role in this process. Through controlled vacuum pressure, impurities are gently drawn into the chamber in the spiral tip, allowing the solution to cleanse unclogged pores, exfoliate dead skin cells, and extract keratin, blackheads, or any other impurities consistently and gently. Simultaneously, the unique spiral-shaped tip with three micro holes delivers the solution deep into the skin, providing nourishment and hydration.

When can I expect to see results after a HydraFacial, and how often should I have one?

You can anticipate an instant result in your skin’s clarity, softness, brightness, and hydration right after the treatment. With regular sessions, you’ll notice further improvement in concerns such as hyperpigmentation, texture, and acne. Typically, we recommend scheduling a session every 4-6 weeks. For enhanced benefits, consider alternating with microdermabrasion and micro needling sessions. It’s also a great idea to book a HydraFacial 24-48 hours prior to any special event for that extra glow.

What’s the post-treatment care for HydraFacial?

HydraFacial is generally considered a gentle and non-invasive treatment. While most individuals experience it without any issues, there are a few potentials, albeit mild, side effects. Some may notice temporary, slight redness immediately after the treatment, but this typically fades within a few hours. In rare cases, a slight tingling or sensitivity may occur in the treated area, but it tends to resolve quickly. For those with acne-prone skin, there might be minor breakouts post-treatment. This is often attributed to the deep pore cleansing and usually resolves on its own. It’s important to note that these potential side effects are generally mild and short-lived.

  • Avoid prolonged sun exposure and always use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 if you need to go outside.
  • Apply a gentle, hydrating moisturizer to keep your skin nourished and well-hydrated.
  • Avoid using harsh products such as retinols, AHAs, and BHAs for the first few days after your treatment.
  • Avoid hot tubs, showers, applying makeup, and engaging in heavy exercise for the next 6 hours, if possible.
Who is not a suitable candidate for HydraFacial?

While HydraFacial treatments are generally safe for all skin types, there are some exceptions. It is advisable to avoid a HydraFacial if you have active skin conditions such as open sores, active rashes, sunburns, severe acne, or if your skin is currently irritated or sensitive due to the use of specific topical ingredients. Pregnant individuals should consult with their healthcare provider before undergoing a HydraFacial, as certain products and steps may need to be adjusted to ensure safety.

What are the differences between HydraFacial and microdermabrasion?

HydraFacial and microdermabrasion are both popular skincare treatments, each utilizing distinct techniques to achieve similar goals.

HydraFacial uses a handheld device to deliver a pressurized stream of solution and oxygen. This multi-step process cleanses, exfoliates, and infuses the skin with serums rich in antioxidants and hyaluronic acid. In contrast, microdermabrasion involves the application of fine crystals to gently exfoliate, removing the outer layer of dead skin cells. It is often combined with oxygen and hydrating agents for optimal effects.

Comparing the two, HydraFacial is gentler and suitable for all skin types, including sensitive or easily irritated skin. It particularly benefits those with dehydrated skin, often yielding immediate improvements. On the other hand, microdermabrasion provides a slightly more aggressive exfoliation and is better suited for thicker or oilier skin, as well as individuals dealing with hyperpigmentation and mild acne scars.

The choice between them depends on individual skin type and specific skincare goals. Consulting with our skincare professional can help determine the most suitable option for your individual’s needs.