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Hydro Facial for Soft Young Looking Skin Idan Med Spa

Updated: May 12, 2023

Hydro Facial by Idan Med Spa
Hydro Facial by Idan Med Spa

Hydro Facial for Soft, Young Looking Skin Idan Med Spa. As we age ,some of our skin's natural rejuvenating processes slow down,and this can lead to visible lines and wrinkles that can be especially noticeable on dry skin.

if you have dry skin and have been looking for an effective, non invasive resurfacing treatment to help resolve those tiny lines and wrinkles, consider hydradermabrasion treatments.

The process is similar to microdermabrasion, with the additional step of infusing moisture and oxygen into your skin to hydrate and plump up dry skin, leaving you with smoother, younger looking skin and much less visible lines and wrinkles.

Hydradermabrabsion is non-invasive technique for exfoliating without stripping the skin of moisture. the procedure is quick and virtually painless, and there's no downtime. In most cases, you can put on your makeup and go about your day immediately after the treatment.

Oxygen is a vital component of the treatment that helps stimulate collagen and cell replacement. It also has important anti-inflammantory and anti-bacterial properties, for healthy skin. The oxygen treatment, called oxygen mesotherapy, delivers active ingredients specifically desinged for your skin type. The serums used in the final step are also individualized based on your skin's needs.

Your esthetician will design a hydrader

mabrasion treatment based on your individual needs and desired results. Most people see a visible diference on the first treatment, and your esthetician may recommend series of treatment for your best results.

To try hydradermabrasion for yourself, make an appointment today at Idan Med Spa.

You can find us at: 3520 20th St suite C, San francisco CA 94110, Or give us a call at: 650-669-7793.

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