The body’s ability to exfoliate and remove blemishes from the skin diminishes as we age, causing skin tone to become uneven and the pores to become congested. Creams and pastes exist as a way of enhancing exfoliation but many women and men find them to be only partially effective.
Transformations Plastic Surgery—Located in Rockford, Illinois—offers Hydrafacial® as a way to clear up the dead skin cells and debris that sits stubbornly on the face. If minimally invasive and comfortable skin rejuvenation has been something you’ve been looking for, contact our office in Rockford and find out if Hydrafacial® could be the end to your search.
What is Hydrafacial®? What’s the Process Like?
Using the handheld Vortex-Fusion delivery system, the Hydrafacial® serum is applied onto the face where it works to exfoliate the skin and cleanse it of impurities while also providing a dose of hydrating hyaluronic acid to help moisturize and replenish the dermis. The process is quick, typically taking less than thirty minutes to be completed with no downtime necessary.
After the procedure has been completed, a patient should be free to return home or to work. Exposure to the sun should be avoided for the day following the treatment in order to make the process as efficient as possible.
Why Choose Hydrafacial®?
Hydrafacial® can be the ideal exfoliating treatment for the working professional because it requires no downtime and can be performed within the time of the typical lunch break. Hydrafacial® also doesn’t require any sort of incision, so those who cannot undergo surgery or other invasive procedures don’t have to fear being excluded.
Without the use of surgery, Hydrafacial® can still treat a variety of skin conditions, including but not limited to:
- Fine Lines
- Enlarged Pores
- Lax Skin
- Sun Spots
Hydrafacial®’s formula has been designed to produce effects that are immediately visible but also subtly improve over time.
Am I Suitable Candidate For Hydrafacial®?
Most healthy adults who seek out Hydrafacial® will be qualified for the procedure but in order to answer this question for certain, a consultation is required. A consultation appointment will involve a patient sitting down with a practitioner to discuss their medical history and cosmetic goals. If the practitioner discovers an allergy or some other condition that could complicate the procedure for a patient, they will go over possible alternatives.
The first step to getting a consultation is contacting us at our office in Rockford. We’ll do our best to answer your questions and look forward to helping you address your cosmetic concerns.