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45-90 mins




Deep Cleansing

Improved Hydration

Skin Brightening

Improved Skin Tone and Texture

Inflamation Reduction

No Downtime

What is Hydrafacial?

A hydrafacial is a non-invasive skincare treatment that involves a combination of exfoliation, extraction, and hydration to improve the overall appearance of the skin.

During a hydrafacial, we use a specialized device to cleanse and exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells and impurities. Then, the device uses suction to extract dirt, oil, and other debris from the pores. Finally, the device infuses the skin with a hydrating serum that contains antioxidants, peptides, and other nourishing ingredients to leave the skin looking and feeling smoother, brighter, and more radiant

Hydra Facial
Skin is expertly cleansed, tackles pores, blackheads and dull skin. Followed by LED light for hydration, firmness and regeneration.

HydraPeels (HydraGlow, HydraSensitivity)
(Hydradermabrasion + Chemical peel + LED light therapy)

Luxury Hydrafacial
(Hydradermabrasion +RF skin tightening + Fire & Ice + Oxygen spray + LED light therapy)

Deluxe Hydrafacial
(Hydradermabrasion + RF skin tightening + Fire & Ice + C02 Oxygenation and exfoliation + Oxygen spray + LED Light Therapy)

Red Carpet Facial

(Hydradermabrasion + RF Skin tightening)

The treatment is typically painless and can be customized to address a range of skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne, and dryness. Hydrafacials are generally considered safe for all skin types.

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(Hydra dermabrasion + LED Light therapy)


Deluxe HydraFacial
(Hydra dermabrasion + RF skin tightening + Fire & Ice + C02 Oxygenation and exfoliation + Oxygen spray + LED Light Therapy)


Luxury HydraFacial
Hydra dermabrasion +RF skin tightening + Fire & Ice + Oxygen spray + LED light therapy)


Red Carpet Facial
(Hydra dermabrasion + RF Skin tightening)


HydraPeels (Hydradermabrasion + Chemical peel + LED Light Therapy )


Frequently asked questions


Hydradermabrasion is a skin treatment that combines the benefits of both exfoliation and hydration. It is similar to traditional microdermabrasion, but with the added element of water-based technology.

Here’s how hydradermabrasion works:

  1. Cleansing: The treatment begins with cleansing the skin to remove any surface impurities, makeup, or excess oil.
  2. Exfoliation: A handheld device with a specialized tip is used to exfoliate the skin. This tip typically contains diamond particles or a textured surface that gently removes dead skin cells, revealing a fresh and smoother complexion. The exfoliation process helps to improve skin texture and prepare it for better absorption of subsequent skincare products.
  3. Hydration and Extraction: Unlike traditional microdermabrasion, hydradermabrasion uses a water-based system that simultaneously infuses the skin with hydrating serums while extracting impurities. The device creates a vacuum-like suction effect, which helps to remove dirt, oil, and debris from the pores, while at the same time delivering a customized blend of serums deep into the skin. These serums often contain hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, peptides, and other beneficial ingredients that nourish and hydrate the skin.
  4. Serum Infusion: The hydrating serums are selected based on the specific needs of the individual’s skin. The infusion of these serums helps to replenish moisture, improve elasticity, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and promote a more radiant complexion.
  5. Optional Add-Ons: Some hydradermabrasion treatments may offer additional add-ons such as LED light therapy, Radio Frequency, Microcurrent, C02 dermabrasion or other targeted treatments to address specific skin concerns.

Hydradermabrasion is generally considered safe for most skin types, and the treatment is known for its minimal downtime and relatively comfortable experience. It can be tailored to address various skin concerns such as uneven texture, dullness, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines.


No, Hydrafacial should not hurt. Some people find it a little uncomfortable or scratchy, but it should not be painful. It is one of the softest, non-invasive skin treatments and most people find it very relaxing and enjoyable treatment.


Results are evident immediately with a softer appearance to lines and wrinkles, while the skin is super polished and the vacuum action lifts and firms muscles.

A one-off treatment will show impressive results, however, for longer-lasting results a course of treatments is recommended, as various levels can be administered for more intensive results.


Hydra dermabrasion can also be used for the back.

Our Bespoke Back Shine treatment is great for congestion, blemishes and surface scarring on the back. It is also perfect for body prep prior to holidays or when the skin just needs a power blast for smooth, polished, radiant skin.


The number of hydrafacial treatments a person needs can vary depending on their individual skin concerns and goals.

Some people may see noticeable improvements in their skin after just one treatment, while others may require multiple treatments to achieve their desired results. Generally, it is recommended to get a hydrafacial every 4-6 weeks to maintain the benefits of the treatment.

For people with specific skin concerns, such as acne or hyperpigmentation, a series of 3-6 treatments may be recommended to achieve optimal results. During the initial consultation, a licensed skincare professional can assess a person’s skin and recommend a personalized treatment plan based on their individual needs and goals.

It’s important to note that while hydrafacials can provide immediate results, maintaining a healthy skincare routine and protecting the skin from sun damage and other environmental stressors can help to prolong the benefits of the treatment.


Hydrafacials are generally considered safe and low-risk, with few reported side effects. However, as with any skincare treatment, there is a possibility of experiencing some mild side effects, such as:

  1. Redness: Some people may experience mild redness or irritation after a hydrafacial, which should subside within a few hours.
  2. Dryness: The exfoliating and suction techniques used during a hydrafacial can sometimes cause temporary dryness or flakiness in the skin.
  3. Breakouts: In some cases, a hydrafacial can cause a temporary increase in acne breakouts as the skin purges impurities and toxins.
  4. Sensitivity: People with sensitive skin may experience some mild discomfort during the treatment, but this can usually be minimized by communicating any concerns to the skincare professional and using gentle, soothing products afterward.

It’s important to note that serious side effects or complications from a hydrafacial are rare, and the treatment is generally considered safe for most people. However, if you have a history of skin allergies or sensitivities, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it’s a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider before getting a hydrafacial or any other skincare treatment.


Hydradermabrasion and crystal microdermabrasion are both non-invasive exfoliating treatments that aim to improve the texture and appearance of the skin. However, they differ in their techniques and the materials used.

Crystal microdermabrasion is a technique that involves the use of a handheld device that propels fine crystals onto the skin’s surface, then uses suction to remove the dead skin cells and crystals. The crystals can be made of different materials, such as aluminum oxide, sodium bicarbonate, or diamond, depending on the machine used. This process can be effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars.

Hydradermabrasion, on the other hand, uses a similar handheld device that exfoliates the skin with the help of water and suction. The device typically has a spiral tip that applies a mixture of water and a mild chemical peel to the skin, then uses suction to remove the dead skin cells, dirt, and impurities. This process can help to improve skin hydration, texture, and tone, and is often preferred for individuals with sensitive skin or those who may not tolerate the abrasive crystals used in microdermabrasion.

In summary, while crystal microdermabrasion relies on the use of crystals to exfoliate the skin, hydradermabrasion uses water and a chemical peel to gently remove dead skin cells and impurities, making it a gentler alternative for those with more sensitive skin.


The choice between microdermabrasion and hydradermabrasion largely depends on an individual’s skin type, concerns, and preferences. Both treatments offer unique benefits and can be effective in improving the texture and appearance of the skin.

Microdermabrasion is generally more effective in treating deeper wrinkles, acne scars, and sun damage due to the abrasive nature of the crystals used in the treatment. It is also a good option for individuals with oily or acne-prone skin.

On the other hand, hydradermabrasion is a gentler treatment that is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. It is effective in improving skin hydration, texture, and tone, and can also be used to unclog pores, reduce the appearance of fine lines, and improve overall skin health.

Ultimately, the choice between microdermabrasion and hydradermabrasion depends on individual skin concerns and preferences. A dermatologist or skincare professional can provide guidance on which treatment is best suited for a particular individual.