HydraFacial Treatment in NYC and Long Island
Trifecta Med Spa in NYC and Long Island offers HydraFacial treatment to improve the look of your skin tone and elasticity.
What is HydraFacial MD®?
HydraFacial MD® at Trifecta Med Spa is a non-invasive, multistep treatment that combines the benefits of hydradermabrassion, a chemical peel, automated painless extractions and a special delivery of Antioxidants, Hyaluronic Acid and Peptides. It does all of this in one quick treatment that delivers real results with no downtime or irritation.
HydraFacial NYC is a relatively gentler form of achieving a more youthful look, as well as being extremely effective at treating a variety of skin conditions and disorders.
Why HydraFacial MD®?
- NO DOWNTIME
- NO DISCOMFORT
- CAN BE DONE IN 30 MINUTES
- IMMEDIATE VISIBLE RESULTS
- EFFECTIVE FOR EVERY SKIN TYPE
- ADDRESSES SPECIFIC SKIN CONCERNS
- THE MOST POWERFUL NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT
What does a HydraFacial do?
HydraFacial at Trifecta Med Spa NYC is a gentle procedure which is highly successful in cleansing skin, exfoliating dead skin cells, extraction, hydration, and providing a plumping, anti-ageing effect, perfect for those wishing to achieve a more youthful look without going under the surgeon’s knife.
One of the main uses of a hydrafacial is to improve tired, aging skin, as well as being highly effective for anyone suffering from oily skin, or those with acne-prone skin too. Helping to improve fine lines and wrinkles is the first line for hydrafacial, however enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation, and brown spots can all be improved by using this non-invasive, soothing, and moisturizing treatment.
Who is suitable for HydraFacial?
The good news is that hydrafacial in NYC is a wide ranging treatment, which is suitable for most skin types, including aging or ethnic skin, meaning everyone can reap the benefits of this gentle and revolutionary new skincare treatment. Using HydraFacial earlier on in life, such as in the 20s and 30s could also mean less need for more drastic skincare procedures later on in life, helping to slow down the visible aging process.
What different types of HydraFacial are available?
There are ways in which hydrafacial can be supplemented in order to suit different skincare needs. For example, DermaBuilder is a procedure which can be done alongside hydrafacial, in order to help boost the eradication of fine lines and wrinkles, plumping up skin, firming it up, and improving the overall feel. This is a very popular treatment at the current time, and a great one for anyone concerned about the appearance of aging.
Another add-on which is particularly useful for acne-prone skin, or oily skin types is Beta-HD Skin Solution, and for dry skin types who require extra hydration, Antiox-6 Skin Solution is a great choice.
What are the main advantages of HydraFacial?
Where some other treatments can be more invasive, harsher on the skin, and cause side effects in some cases, the hydrafacial is the opposite – a totally non-invasive and non-irritating treatment, which refreshes and hydrates skin, without the need for any downtime, and is suitable for all skin types. Many other treatments have certain skin types which negate their use, but with hydrafacial in NYC and Long Island, on the whole, this isn’t the case.
For anyone who wishes to slow down the ticking clock of aging, as well as improve many other skin condition appearances, without being too drastic about it and totally avoiding the use of more invasive surgery, the hydrafacial could certainly be the answer to the conundrum.
HydraFacial and Environ Aliginate Masque
Trifecta Med Spa combine HydraFacial with Environ Aliginate Masque to increase the benefits of the treatment. Environ’s Professional Alginate Masque is a cool, soothing masque, suitable for all skin types.
This mask cools (as it absorbs heat) and soothes the skin. It restores the pH to normal levels and physically obstructs trans-epidermal water-loss thus promoting hydration of the skin.
Call today (800) 757-4026 to learn more about this pioneering new Hydrafacial treatment in NYC and Long Island.