If your skin has wrinkles, fine lines, or sun damage, consider a HydraFacial®. This outpatient cosmetic procedure from Edge Systems LLC can transform your skin and help slow the natural aging process. At PrudentMD, internal medicine physician Maitri Patel, MD, uses HydraFacials to treat various skin problems, including fine lines, wrinkles, and blackheads. Call the office or go online today to make an appointment at PrudentMD in Iselin, New Jersey.
A HydraFacial is a world-popular cosmetic procedure that removes impurities from the skin. It uses a three-step process to clean, exfoliate, and hydrate your skin, minimizing the appearance of age-related imperfections like wrinkles, fine lines, and crow’s feet.
HydraFacials are similar to traditional facials, but they provide longer-lasting and more noticeable results. Treatment can be tailored to your skin’s need.
PrudentMD uses HydraFacials to treat various skin problems, including:
You might also be a candidate for a HydraFacial if you have large pores.
The providers at PrudentMD offer HydraFacials on-site. At the beginning of your appointment, your doctor examines your skin and asks about your treatment goals.
Next, your provider uses a wand-like tool to clean dirt and oil from your pores carefully. They then apply a chemical peel to exfoliate and resurface your skin. After applying the peel, your provider attaches a suction device to the wand. The suction removes blackheads, whiteheads, and dirt from your pores.
Lastly, your provider carefully applies a healing serum and LED light to your skin. The serum contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that encourage your body’s healing process. The LED light promotes anti-aging, collagen synthesis, and prevents acne.
A HydraFacial takes about 30-60 minutes. After treatment, you can return to work and your other activities right away. In the days after your HydraFacial, your skin appears smoother, healthier, and more vibrant.
The frequency at which you can get a HydraFacial depends on several things, including your skin type and goals. PrudentMD recommends undergoing a HydraFacial once every four weeks for the best results. More frequent treatments could be necessary.
HydraFacials are very effective, but they can’t treat all skin problems. Your provider at PrudentMD might recommend a different approach if you have acne, rosacea, sagging skin, or dark circles under your eyes.
HydraFacials are considered an elective cosmetic procedure, so they aren’t covered by health insurance. Even so, PrudentMD charges very affordable prices. After an in-office exam and discussing your goals, your provider can prepare a custom estimate.
To see if you can benefit from a HydraFacial, make an appointment at PrudentMD. Call the office or book online today.