What To Expect During A Hydrafacial: Prices & Review

What To Expect During A Hydrafacial: Prices & Review

Does anybody else record videos when they’re getting a facial? Or talk the doctor’s ears off? I do. Sometimes I’m testing the staff without telling them what I do, and other times, I’m trying something new. But the reason why I look so chatty in the video below is because this was the first time I was getting a Hydrafacial. If you’re already a part of #hydrafacialnation, a popular hashtag on Instagram, chances are you’re the one of the many million women who enjoy it monthly. If not, keep reading!

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#texturetuesdays Does anybody else record videos when they’re getting a facial? Or talk the doctor’s ears off? I do. Sometimes I’m testing the staff without telling them what I do and other times, I’m trying something new. In this video, I’m getting a Hydrafacial in which they use a specific machine called, yep, you guessed it, Hydrafacial – a medical treatment with vortex technology which has 4 tips to – [ ] Cleanse – [ ] Exfoliate – [ ] Hydrate – [ ] Infuse serums I’ll be doing a step by step breakdown on my blog. 💎It suits all skin types and is one of the few facials where you’ll see a difference in skin texture without the use of laser. Price 💰 In the US, the facial can cost between USD 100-200 but in India, I mean Delhi itself, the costs are as low as Rs 2,000 and go up to Rs 7,000. I paid Rs 3,500 . My only advice would be to go to a dermatologist instead of a spa unless you’re completely secure about their standing. 🌟My favourite part of the facial was the oxygen infusion while removing my vitamin c mask. I’m not sure if this is done in all clinics because a lot of YouTube videos showed LED facial to reduce redness or application of creams and sunscreen. Results 👍🏻As usual, my skin was red until up to an hour. I enjoyed a week of super soft, hydrated skin and a difference in texture without a non-ablative laser in the picture. 👎🏻Unfortunately my blackheads were back on Day 4. And I didn’t feel extra glowy which is a bit sad. 👉🏻I’d like to end this post by requesting all dermatologists to put a yellow light in their treatment rooms, or have enough natural light 🙂 Facial at @drlipygupta . . . #texturetuesday #tuesdaytip #hydrafacial #hydrafacialnation #hydrafacialmd #hydrafacials #facial #facialtreatment #facialaesthetics #beautyvideos #beautywriter #beautyeditor #beforbeauty #discoverunder10k #skincarecommunity

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What To Expect During A Hydrafacial?

Unlike salon treatments or spa sessions where the emphasis is on massage or physical, Hydrafacial is one of the most well-known facials that suits all skin types (big claim I know) and addresses multiple skincare concerns.

These include

Dull Skin
Remove Excess Sebum, Blackheads
Unclog Pores
Skin Texture

Their website also claims changes in elasticity and signs of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles but I wouldn’t say so.

Their patent machine (which costs a lot I guess) has an apparatus with long dreamy tubes, each with a purpose.

Hydrafacial MD – medical treatment with vortex technology which has four tips to…

– Cleanse
– Exfoliate
– Hydrate
– Infuse serums

My Experience With A Hydrafacial

The facial was not too long or short, it’s often advertised as a 30-minute treatment. The treatment was quite relaxing with no pinching, no pain whatsoever. I liked everything except the Vitamin C mask which smelled a bit potent.

My favourite part of the facial was the oxygen infusion while removing my Vitamin c mask. I’m not sure if this is done in all clinics because a lot of YouTube videos showed LED facial to reduce redness or application of creams and sunscreen.

As usual, my skin was red until up to an hour. I enjoyed a week of super soft, hydrated skin and a difference in texture without a non-ablative laser in the picture.

It suits all skin types and is one of the few facials where you’ll see a difference in skin texture without the use of laser. Unfortunately, my blackheads were back on my nose by Day 5.

Price Point In India

In the US, Hydrafacial MD can cost between USD 100-200 but in India, I mean Delhi itself, the costs are as low as Rs 2,000 and go up to Rs 7,000. I also came across ads for Hydrafacial but not using the same machine, so please be careful, and opt for veteran dermatologists who have the right machine and have expertise.

Where Can You Get A Hydrafacial In Delhi?

I went to Dr. Lipy Gupta in Green Park Market and my facial cost Rs 3,500.

Other clinics include Aayna Clinic By Dr. Simal Soin, ISAAC Luxe By Dr. Geetika Mittal Gupta and Dr. Rohit Batra, Dermaworld Skin Clinic.

And now, I leave you with my favourite videos to enjoy!