HydraFacial in Buffalo, NY

Enjoy the experience. Delight in the result of the HydraFacial in Buffalo, NY.

HydraFacial is a facial rejuvenation treatment that gently extracts, cleanses, exfoliates, and hydrates the skin. Combined with nourishing ingredients, it instantly creates a pleasant glow without downtime! This 30-45 minute treatment helps to improve fine lines and wrinkles, skin firmness, texture, and pore congestion. Suitable for all skin types, this rejuvenating treatment is gentle, non-invasive, and results are seen immediately. For optimal results, it is recommended that the treatment is done every 4-6 weeks.

Signature HydraFacial

The base model. This treatment deeply cleanses, extracts, and hydrates the skin utilizing super serums filled with antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid.

Premium HydraFacial

Provides all the benefits of the Signature HydraFacial with the addition of a customized booster and LED Light Therapy.

Premium HydraFacial with Dermaplaning

The crème de la crème of HydraFacials! This treatment begins with Lymphatic Therapy for overall detoxification. After that, it continues onto a deep cleanse, extraction, and hydration of the skin. All of which are specifically tailored to your particular skin concern(s). Then further exfoliation is done with dermaplaning. It is then concluded with LED Light Therapy to improve the overall appearance of oily and congested skin. Your skin will never look better!

HydraFacial FAQs

What is a HydraFacial?

A facial rejuvenation treatment that gently extracts, cleanses, exfoliates, and hydrates the skin.

Who is a candidate for the treatment?

It’s good for all skin types (normal, oily, sensitive, or aging).

How will the skin look immediately after treatment?

Hydrated and refreshed, with a noticeable glow.

How long does the treatment take?

30-45 minutes depending on which one you have.

How often should I have the treatment?

For optimal results, we recommend getting the treatment done every 4-6 weeks.

Is there downtime?

No. This is why patients sometimes have it done on their lunch break.