What is Better than a HydraFacial?

When it comes to skin care, there are many options available. But what is better than a HydraFacial? While both procedures are designed to exfoliate the skin, HydraFacials offer more customization and deeper hydration than manual microdermabrasion. In addition, those looking to get rid of blackheads find that the vacuum component of HydraFacial is more effective in removing impurities. The DermaGlow (DG) treatment also offers different benefits than HydraFacial.

It is designed to cleanse, exfoliate, extract, moisturize, and eliminate toxins while stimulating blood flow. On the other hand, HydraFacial is a relaxing treatment that is more focused on cosmetic purposes. This means that the DG provides more corrective care to treat active acne, rough areas, dull complexion, dryness, and fine lines. When deciding between the two treatments, it's important to consider your skin type and goals. If you're looking for a relaxing experience with minimal downtime and no pain or needles, then HydraFacial may be the best option for you.

However, if you're looking for a more corrective treatment to address active acne or other skin issues, then DermaGlow may be the better choice.

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