HydraFacial: better than a facial, less downtime than a laser or peel. Do you pay $200 for a facial? If so, it may be worth considering paying $250 for a HydraFacial, a special facial you can get from your dermatologist. This photo above shows clear glowy skin the day after my HydraFacial.
The HydraFacial is a bit like an electric toothbrush mixed with a vacuum cleaner. The machine has different steps with different attachments. The process takes about 30 minutes with zero downtime.
Side note-I have tried a Hydrafacial somewhere other than my dermatologist and did not experience as good of results. Lesson.....I wouldn't just go anywhere that has the machine. I go to Dr. Welsh & Dr. Hui in SF.
Painless with immediate results, your glowy look will last about a week. They suggest a treatment every 6-12 weeks. The results will not be as dramatic as a peel or a laser, but the zero downtime is really nice.