What Areas Can Be Treated With Hydrafacial?

Zoe Myers
Checked By Zoe Myers

Hydrafacial is a fantastic facial treatment that can effectively treat a multitude of skin conditions.

There are many benefits of Hydrafacial treatment which include, but aren’t limited to: 

Can Hydrafacial Be Used on Other Parts of the Body?

Yes! Hydrafacial can be just as effective in treating other areas of the body.

The hands, neck and decolletage are popular treatment areas as they show the signs of ageing first. 

Hydrafacial is also used to tackle acne on the back, commonly known as 'backne' and is referred to as a Hydra-Bacial.

Hydrafacial can also be used on your bum (or booty!) which is known as a HydraBooty. Give your booty some TLC for hydrated, smoother, and clearer skin.  

Hydrafacial can also be used to improve the texture and appearance of your hands. This treatment is perfect if you have overworked, dry or ageing hands. 

Can Hydrafacial Be Used on Other Parts of the Body?

How Does Hydrafacial Work?

A Hydrafacial consists of multiple steps to quench skin and give you that instantly gratifying glow and a more even skin tone: 

  • Detox: Uses lymphatic drainage to improve circulation and eliminate toxins
  • Cleanse: Gentle exfoliation uncovers a new layer of skin
  • Extract and Hydrate: Painless suction removes debris from pores and skin is nourished with intense moisturisers
  • Fuse and Protect: Skin is saturated with antioxidants and peptides to maximise glow
  • Rejuvenate: Red and infrared LED light is used to reduce redness and stimulate collagen

Solutions can be added and tips can be changed for a truly personalised treatment. The most common Hydrafacial is the 6-step process but for anti-ageing skins, the 7-step treatment with a booster is usually recommended, this would be either Hydrafacial dermabuilder, Murad retinol booster, Circadia chrono peptide booster or Dr Nassif Hydraglucam booster. Some clinics will call this a signature treatment but names will vary from clinic to clinic. 

Only Hydrafacial treatment uses patented technology to painlessly exfoliate and remove dead skin cells whilst increasing collagen production with Hydrafacial super serums. You will see immediate results as the treatment will infuse nourishing ingredients for visible skin refinement and more youthful-looking skin.

Who Is Hydrafacial Suitable For?

A Hydrafacial is suitable for all skin types, even sensitive skin, but should be avoided if you are suffering from an active skin concern such as a cold sore or sunburn. 

If you’re on medication, pregnant or breastfeeding, speak to your practitioner to check if it’s ok to go ahead before your first treatment.

Can Hydrafacial Treat Hair?

Can Hydrafacial Treat Hair?

Some clinics also offer Hydrafacial Keravive – a unique treatment that can revive scalp health!

Studies have found that after one treatment, patients reported improvement in scalp itchiness, scalp dryness, scalp flakiness and hair fullness. Over a course of Hydrafacial Keravive, 75% of patients saw improvement in hair fullness, 72% had an improvement in overall hair appearance, and 64% said they felt more confident.

Three treatments once a month are recommended, alongside spraying your hair with a special solution in between and after Hydrafacial Keravive.

The procedures can also benefit other hair-loss protocols, including oral, topical, laser and surgical therapies.

What Makes Hydrafacial Different?

Hydrafacial’s patented Vortex system helps to extract impurities and hydrate skin quickly with no pain. 

Practitioners can also personalise your Hydrafacial with different Tip Enhancements and Solutions, making every treatment unique. 

Is Hydrafacial Painful?

You may feel some tingling when certain solutions are used and the vortex is a bit like a vacuum for your face, but nothing that really hurts! You can get back to your usual activities straight away.

How Long Does a Hydrafacial Take?

Usually 60 minutes, but there are 30-minute options. Treatment can be longer if you book extras. 

How Long Do Results Last?

You’ll notice a difference after just one treatment. Hydrafacial clears, hydrates and nourishes your skin beautifully. 

For ongoing results, multiple treatments will be needed. Most people will see long-term skin health benefits after 3-6 treatments however, practitioners will always recommend monthly treatments long term for optimum skin health

Good skincare, healthy eating and drinking plenty of water will make all the difference in between.

How long do results last? 

How Much Does Hydrafacial Cost?

Usually £95-£220, depending on your location and the experience of your practitioner. Courses of Hydrafacial will generally work out cheaper, speak to your practitioner who will be able to come up with a skin health treatment plan for you.

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