Upping My Skin Care Game: HydraFacial - Kailee Wright
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Upping My Skin Care Game: HydraFacial

The HydraFacial is exactly what its name says. It is a relaxing  facial like procedure (PAIN FREE!) that nourishes + hydrates your face! It feels amazing and I love seeing how well it works!

The HyrdraFacial  is a multi-step process. They start by cleaning your face. Once it is all cleaned up, the next steps are exfoliating + extracting. They use this little suction vacuum type of thing all over your face. It is used to extract + remove all the dead skin and impurities from your face. When they are done, you can actually see everything it removed from your face in a little tube. I know it sounds disgusting, but somehow seeing all of it is so satisfying and amazing to know it’s working.

Once the extracting is complete, they move on to nourishing.  They use some amazing products on your fresh skin that include anti-oxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid. These combine forces to improve the look of any fine lines and wrinkles. They also give your skin a good healthy boost of nutrients it’s usually lacking.

The overall result is to reduce your pore size + redness + inflammation, as well as soothing and hydrating your skin. I have done a few of these facials now and love the way it leaves my skin feeling and looking instantly after wards. For those of you asking, the price at Form Med Spa is $165 and I honestly think the results I have seen are worth every single penny. They really take the time to help you get to know your skin better and what it needs for a healthier look and feel. Hopefully I answered all your questions, but if I missed any leave them here in the comments and I’ll add the answers here!

xx kails



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    1. Hi Kaylin! Yes it can be done on any skin type. It can be done every 4 weeks, your face just needs a break in between procedures about that long!

  1. This sounds heavenly ❤ facials really are the greatest. Maybe after pedicures and massages…thanks for the dirty details.