- 1 Smoother, Brighter Skin with a HydraFacial!
- 2 Before and After Photos
- 3 About HydraFacials
- 4 Benefits of HydraFacial Treatment
- 5 Candidates for a HydraFacial
- 6 Personal Consultation
- 7 Preparation for Your HydraFacial
- 8 The HydraFacial Procedure
- 9 HydraFacial Aftercare
- 10 Results of a HydraFacial
- 11 Cost of a HydraFacial in Scottsdale, AZ
- 12 FAQ
- 13 References
Smoother, Brighter Skin with a HydraFacial!
A HydraFacial is a skin resurfacing procedure that treats acne scarring, signs of aging, hyperpigmentation, and other skin conditions in a three-step reinvigoration process. This non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure is a great alternative to other, more intensive treatments such as chemical peels and microneedling. One of the greatest benefits of this treatment is that it’s suitable for all skin tones and types. If your skin gets oily, or you have bigger pores, or if you suffer from the exact opposite – dry skin – a HydraFacial can fix it!
Let Scottsdale Plastics introduce you to the skin detoxifying benefits of a HydraFacial! As it’s a simple procedure that’s less harsh on your skin, a HydraFacial is a “lunchtime” procedure with zero downtime.
Robert G. Bonillas M.D. is a board-certified plastic surgeon with many years of knowledge and experience in skin and body treatments. He has risen to the top in his field throughout the years, and has perfected the art of non-surgical procedures such as the HydraFacial to help his patients realize their beauty goals. Banish your blemishes and soothe your sun-damaged skin with hydradermabrasion vortex technology; the secret of the HydraFacial’s success! Call (480) 245-6380 to book a personal consultation with Dr. Bonillas, or fill out a convenient contact form for further details.
Before and After Photos
A HydraFacial can improve the texture and tone of a patient’s skin. It is suitable for the following conditions:
- Clogged Pores
- Enlarged Pores
- Acne-damaged Skin
- Oily Skin
- Uneven Skin Tone
- Fine Lines
- Sun Damage
- Dry Skin
A HydraFacial procedure is non ablative. This means it does not remove any tissue or cause damage to the skin. This gentler approach certainly has some advantages! Research has shown that hydradermabrasion technology effectively improves patient skin quality and increases antioxidant levels. (1) Antioxidants are substances that neutralize free radicals in the body, which can damage cells and cause illness and signs of aging. Additionally, as well as providing antioxidants, the final phase of a HydraFacial treatment saturates the skin with serum containing peptides. Peptides are antimicrobial in nature, help the body fight bacteria, and promote tissue healing.
The HydraFacial device has a series of one-of-a-kind attachments, each with a different role in the skin resurfacing process. It uses this patented technology to cleanse, extract, and hydrate tissues. (2) There are three unique steps in a HydraFacial, each of which employs the use of a different handpiece attachment:
Step One: Cleanse and Peel – A gentle exfoliation experience.
Step Two: Extract and Hydrate – Debris removal and moisturization.
Step Three: Fuse and Protect – Peptide and antioxidant saturation.
Benefits of HydraFacial Treatment
Patients of every skin tone can benefit from this treatment’s skin revitalizing qualities! A HydraFacial:
- Is suitable for all skin types
- Has no downtime
- Is a gentler alternative
- Uses enhancing skin boosters
- Can be tailored to individual skin types
- Is a unique, effective delivery system
- Provides skin antioxidants and peptides
Brilliant Skin Boosters!
During your HydraFacial, you will experience a range of customized topicals for your individual skin treatment plan. Luscious, nourishing booster serums replenish your skin and leave it feeling fresh and radiant!
- Growth Factor Boost – Essential growth factors moisturize your skin and smooth away fine lines and wrinkles. Collagen is an important protein in skin structure. Growth Factor Boost stimulates collagen production. (4)
- Dermabuilder Boost – Dermabuilder Boost hydrates your skin deeply and completely with octapeptides and dipeptides.
- Britenol BOOST – Repair your damaged skin with Alpha-Arbutin and Vitamin C antioxidants repair damaged skin, reducing the effects of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and blemishes on your skin.
- Bright Alive BOOST – Intensive Oligopeptide-68, Diglucosyl Gallic Acid, and N-Acetyl Glucosamine, boosters work to free your skin from blemishes and imperfections.
Candidates for a HydraFacial
HydraFacials are very versatile! They are suitable for darker skin tones, patients with aging skin, sensitive skin areas, and those with both oily and dry skin complexions. If you suffer from acne, and are taking prescription isotretinoin (Accutane), you must stop treatment at least six months before your HydraFacial. Additionally, patients should speak to Dr. Bonillas if they use Retin-A or skin resurfacing treatments such as home microdermabrasion kits.
At his Scottsdale location, Dr. Bonillas provides his patients expert medical care and develops a friendly professional rapport with each and every person who walks through his office doors. He is proud to help you reach your aesthetic goals and makes sure you are informed and prepared. He offers a personal consultation in advance of each procedure, so that you have the opportunity to talk about the problems you are facing with your skin. During your one-on-one session, he’ll talk to you about how a HydraFacial can address specific skin issues. If you are a good match for treatment, he will schedule a procedure to suit your skin type and circumstances! Contact us by calling (480) 245-6380 and book your expert skin consultation with Dr. Bonillas today!
Preparation for Your HydraFacial
Before your HydraFacial, please stay well hydrated and eat a balanced, healthy diet rich in antioxidants for skin health. There are some specific things you must do before your procedure which you can find in the timeline below.
Six Months Before Your HydraFacial
- Discontinue isotretinoin (Accutane) treatments for acne.
Two Weeks Before Your HydraFacial
- Do not have Botox or other neuromodulator injections.
- Stop getting chemical peels or chemical resurfacing treatments.
72 Hours Before Your HydraFacial
- Limit sun exposure as much as possible and avoid tanning beds.
48 Hours Before Your HydraFacial
- Stop using Retin-A and other prescribed medications that target acne.
- Discontinue over-the-counter benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid acne topicals.
- Avoid exfoliating skin treatments like glycolic acid or enzymes.
- Don’t wax or use hair removal cream on the area of treatment
The HydraFacial Procedure
Dr. Bonillas will select a customized selection of topicals for your skin to target the beauty issues you are facing. Just like a microdermabrasion treatment, a HydraFacial exfoliates and resurfaces your skin. But, the HydraFacial is a much more comfortable way of doing so! Unlike microdermabrasion, there are no small resurfacing crystals. Instead, an aqueous solution cleanses and resurfaces the skin at supersonic speeds. By removing the debris and dead skin cells on the outer layers of the skin, the cells underneath are revealed, and the skin appears glowing and fresh.
Although the vortex created by the specially shaped applicator can feel a little odd, it is not painful. After Dr. Bonillas has suctioned away debris he will focus on sebum reduction for oily skin types. In the final stage of your HydraFacial, he will apply a custom blended mixture of antioxidants and boosters to hydrate and replenish your skin. Because this procedure is so simple and painless, after around 40 minutes, you will be free to leave immediately after your HydraFacial!
As with any skin resurfacing treatment, it is important to follow the post-treatment instructions carefully and be gentle with your skin. Please avoid UV light exposure as much as possible, and do not use any additional abrasive cleansers and products on your skin in the days and weeks after your HydraFacial.
Results of a HydraFacial
Your non-invasive, resurfacing HydraFacial will leave your skin feeling smoother, cleaner, and revitalized! Our patients love that they can get their HydraFacial, and still get on with their daily tasks immediately afterwards! If you want to give your skin a refreshing glow for a special occasion such as a wedding or noteworthy occasion, or if you simply want to address ongoing troublesome skin issues such as blemishes and dry skin, a HydraFacial is for you!
Cost of a HydraFacial in Scottsdale, AZ
Your HydraFacial is specifically tailored to your personal skin care needs. That’s why the cost of each procedure may vary. You may decide to receive multiple treatments, so please discuss these details with Dr. Bonillas at your personal consultation. Qualified patients may be interested in financing options. Find out more about booking your HydraFacial by calling us at (480) 245-6380 or filling out an inquiry form online!
How can a HydraFacial help me with my skin?
A HydraFacial can address many cosmetic issues in all skin types! It can treat signs of aging, such as wrinkles and lines, address acne-prone, hyperpigmented skin, and large pores. Additionally, people with dry skin and sun damage (photodamage) can benefit from this non-invasive treatment.
How long does a HydraFacial last?
resurfacing effects of a HydraFacial last around seven days. Patients often choose to receive monthly HydraFacials to maintain their healthy, invigorated glow!
How long is a single HydraFacial treatment?
The three-stage HydraFacial procedure takes around forty minutes to complete.
- Freedman, B. M. (2008). Hydradermabrasion: an innovative modality for nonablative facial rejuvenation. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 7(4), 275–280. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1473-2165.2008.00406.x
- The HydraFacial Treatment – Patented to Cleanse, Extract & Hydrate. (n.d.). Hydrafacial. Retrieved December 27, 2021, from https://hydrafacial.com/the-treatment/
- Aldag, C., Nogueira Teixeira, D., & Leventhal, P. S. (2016). Skin rejuvenation using cosmetic products containing growth factors, cytokines, and matrikines: a review of the literature. Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, Volume 9, 411–419. https://doi.org/10.2147/ccid.s116158