Bolton Woman Restores Glow - Hydrafacial and Dermaplaning Before & After
How a HydraFacial Can Reduce Pore Size and Brighten Your Face
Have you noticed you have large, clogged pores on your face? Large pores can be caused by:
- High sebum (oil) levels
- Reduced skin elasticity around the pores due to aging
- Lower collagen levels – also from aging
- Sun damage
The patented HydraFacial procedure uses suction through its exfoliating tip to remove dead skin cells from your face. The procedure is exceptionally effective because as the exfoliation occurs, the tip infuses healing serums into your skin.
HydraFacials are highly effective for treating the following skin conditions:
- Fine Lines
- Large Pores
How and Why Dermaplaning Improves HydraFacial Results
HydraFacials are awesome, but you can make them work even better by starting with a dermaplaning session first.
Dermaplaning removes the dead upper layer of skin, and many people love to get them because it also is a great treatment for removing annoying peach fuzz too. When performed prior to a HydraFacial, the skin is better prepared to receive the serums. Since those small hairs and dead skin cells are out of the way already, the serums have a clear path to deep penetration.
Forever Slender MedSpa is the #1 Medical Spa in New England
Face, Skin and Neck Treatments
Many patients come to Forever Slender MedSpa for help with their face, skin, wrinkle and acne concerns. Once you’ve seen our face analysis technique, you’ll know our analysis techniques are dramatically better than any you’ve experienced before.
We offer high quality face, skin and neck treatments - Injectables, Microneedling RF with PRP, remove spots, warts, hair and regrow lost hair too! Check out all our procedures!
Patients also come to us with fat and lack of muscle tone concerns, and we fix them. No one eliminates fat and cellulite or develops core muscles as well as Forever Slender MedSpa.
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