Hydrate Package

Treatment includes 3 x Microhydrabrasion sessions + 3 x needling with HA  
25% off entire treatment - saving: $240

What does the treatment involve?

The treatment starts with a soothing cream cleanse followed by a deep exfoliation. Next we begin the microhydrabrasion process which consists of pushing water through the pores of the skin while performing a gentle exfoliation. Next we apply a hydrating Vitamin C mask with LED light therapy mask.

In 4 weeks time we will perform a skin needling treatment using the brand new Dermapen 4 including an infusion of hyaluronic acid. We begin this treatment by thoroughly cleansing the skin.Next a topical anaesthetic is applied and left on the skin for 30 minutes.

The skin needling device is then used to vertically penetrate the skin with micro needles that are 0.25mm to 2.5mm in length. The needle speed and depth are adjusted depending on the skin concerns we are treating. The needling takes approximately 40 minutes and feels like a painless vibration on the skin. Throughout the treatment a topical Hyaluronic acid is infused to boost your results and aid in the wound healing process. Immediately after the treatment, you will notice a bright redness to the skin. On average, patients are red for 1-2 days. Minor skin shedding may occur 2-3 days post treatment.

This ultimate hydration package will leave your skin feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and glowing. The total treatment plan takes up to 8 months to complete. 

How many treatments will I need?

You will alternate the treatments leaving 4-6 weeks between treatments. 

The total treatment plan takes up to 8 months to complete. 

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