Cleaver Medical Group Dermatology

Hydrafacial Specialist

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Hydrafacial services offered in Cumming, Dawsonville and Johns Creek, GA

You may have heard the buzz about HydraFacial®, an innovative and exciting way to enhance the health and appearance of your skin. This treatment is among the services offered by Weston Waxweiler, MD, and Nathan Clever, DO, FAOCD, FAAD, of Southern Skin and Beauty Bar, with locations in Cumming and Dawsonville, Georgia. To learn more about HydraFacials, Bela MD facials, and other aesthetic treatments, book a visit online or by phone today.

Hydrafacial Q&A

What is a HydraFacial?

A HydraFacial is a noninvasive skin treatment that uses a powered stream of water combined with a mild vacuum effect. These treatments perform a dual function of deep cleaning and an infusion of high-quality serums. 

Many people compare HydraFacials to microdermabrasion. While microdermabrasion uses a stream of tiny crystals to exfoliate the outermost layers of your skin manually, a HydraFacial uses water to remove dead skin cells, excess sebum, and other impurities. 

HydraFacials go beyond simple exfoliation, however. These treatments also remove impurities from your pores, thoroughly cleanse the skin, and treat skin using specially formulated serums. HydraFacials are also far more comfortable than many other more invasive treatment options. 

What kinds of skin conditions can a HydraFacial treat?

HydraFacials are a versatile treatment that can improve a wide range of common skin complaints. Some of the issues that HydraFacials can address include:

  • Oily skin
  • Enlarged pores
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Blackheads
  • Acne
  • Sun damage and age spots
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Dry skin
  • Uneven skin texture and tone

Your practitioner performs a thorough skin assessment before beginning your HydraFacial and chooses a serum that aligns with your specific needs. This makes a HydaFacial a highly customizable treatment. 

Will a HydraFacial damage my skin?

In the hands of an experienced practitioner, HydraFacials are both safe and effective. The treatment platform allows users to adjust the settings as needed. This is helpful when working on delicate areas like the skin around your eyes. 

Compared to more invasive treatment options, HydraFacials are less likely to cause any form of damage to your skin. In fact, many people don’t even experience any redness during or after their HydraFacials and resume normal activities immediately after their visit. 

Most people benefit from a series of HydraFacial treatments, although you may notice improvements in your skin after only one session. Treatments take only around 30 minutes to complete.  

To explore HydraFacials in greater detail, book a visit online or by phone today. The team at Southern Skin and Beauty Bar is happy to answer questions and provide guidance on which medical aesthetic treatment options are the best fit for your treatment needs and goals.

Cleaver Medical Group Dermatology