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Combining HydraFacial, Radiofrequency Microneedling, and LED Light Treatment

What’s the efficacy rate when combining treatment on Hydrafacial + rf microneedling + LED?

  1. Wrinkle removal: fine lines, crow’s feet, headlines, decree lines, necklines, etc.
  2. Facial rejuvenation and beautification, skin regeneration, improvement of skin quality, firming, and lifting.
  3. Postpartum repair: (abdomen) stretch marks, (buttocks, legs) expansion lines.
  4. Skin rejuvenation: improve pore size, skin texture dull to make the skin white and red.
  5. Scar removal: acne pits and marks, acne depression scars, burn scars.
  6. Deodorization: treatment of axillary odor and axillary hyperhidrosis;
  7. Regular skin maintenance.
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HydraFacial
Duration: 30 minutes
Price: Average of $200

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How do you combine these three machines?

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Procedure:
In HydraFacials, vortex technology is utilized effectively. With a handheld device, technology creates a mini whirlwind on certain patches of skin at a time, sucking out impurities while also pushing necessary nutrients into the body. The action can be similar to a light massage and very healthy and light on the skin compared to other traditional treatments.
HydraFacials generally include three essential skincare tips in the treatment: hydration, exfoliation, and cleansing. It’s also highly suggested that if you have distinct and unique skin issues, it’s best to add ‘boosters’ for an added serum infusion to your treatment session.
Ideal For:
Everyone! HydraFacial is considered a deep-cleaning and hydration treatment tool that’s non-invasive to everyone who avails of it. Creating a healthy glow to the skin, it’s also great for treating acne and minimizing scars, wrinkles, and other discoloration. It also improves blood circulation, so anyone using it looks fresh and fabulous.
Cons:
There’s zero recovery time and regular treatments are a must for best results. After you’ve finished your every-two-weeks maintenance, in which you’ll find adequate results more or less, the general treatment program may consist of one session per month or depending on your professional’s recommendation.
Vampire Facial
Duration: 45-60 minutes
Price: Typically $1,000-$1,500

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Procedure:
At a Vampire Facial, your blood is centrifuged and used to treat problem areas in your skin. The registered professional will first draw blood from your arm and then place it inside a machine called a centrifuge, which separates the plasma in your blood that’s highly concentrated with proteins and nutrients used for speeding up healing time in cells and offering collagen production.
After taking a painkiller, the professional will perform microdermabrasion and the newly-concentrated blood (or PRP) is either injected through microneedling or spread throughout the face.
Ideal For:
Those with aging skin problems and acne-prone skin surfaces. The vampire facial is the best at removing acne scars, reducing pore size, and eliminating aging lines.
Cons:
It can be expensive and requires a few maintenance sessions. Professionals recommend at least 3 treatments before seeing desirable results, and each pop is estimated at $1,000, so it can be hard on the budget. Also, for people with sensitive skin, irritation and side effects may be a tough challenge to overcome. The mixture of injection and microdermabrasion can leave a sore feeling on your skin after a few days. Make-up is also heavily discouraged during the healing time.
LED Light Facial
Duration: 10-20 minutes
Price: Usually $50 to $100

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Procedure:
LED therapy takes skin aesthetics to the next level by using specific light wavelengths to shine on the skin. Sometimes, it may be accompanied by a light-absorbing gel that doubles the effect of the treatment. The most common light wavelengths in various treatments are the blue and red lights. Red contributes to the faster process of collagen and elastin production, while blue is responsible for reducing acne and killing off bacteria in the skin.
Ideal for:
Those suffering from acne-prone skin and aging skin results, but essentially, everyone can avail of it and as often as possible! It records zero-downtime treatment, helping in inflammation reductions. It shouldn’t be confused with laser light treatments, either. LED light facials are very light on the skin and can be a pleasant experience for those within its treatment plan.
Cons:
Multiple treatments are necessary for effectiveness. A general rule of at least 4 sessions is suggested. Though it comes at a cheaper price than other treatments, it can be a hassle to apply for consistent and continual procedures. But for those who want to do it in a more comfortable setting, there is a treatment tool that works the same way and can be used whenever and wherever, promising better results with regular use.
  • Procell
    Duration: TBA
    Price: TBA
Procedure:

The ProCell device creates hundreds of uniform microchannels into the skin using precise microneedling. Healthy tissues surround each microchannel. These tissues initiate the healing process, inducing collagen production. The repeated process promotes continuous collagen production, improving skin texture and appearance over time.

  1. The skin is prepared for microchanneling by disinfecting, cleansing, and exfoliating.
  2. The ProCell device creates minimally invasive linear microchannels.
  3. A growth factor serum and hydration mask are applied to the treated area for optimal results.
Ideal For:
ProCell is ideal for those who want to improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, hyperpigmentation, acne and keloid scars, stretch marks, and rosacea. It is also an effective treatment to promote hair growth.
Cons:
Although the downtime for ProCell is shorter than that of microneedling, you still have to wait for two to three days before resuming makeup use.

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