Why Does HydraFacial Offer More Than Microdermabrasion?

Why Does Hydrafacial Offer More than Microdermabrasion?
We often get asked at Laser Hair Removal At The Bay & On Unley what is the difference between Microdermabrasion and Hydrafacial.  
Microdermabrasion has been used for many years to stimulate cell turnover and renewal in the skin. A microdermabrasion treatment generally uses either crystals or a diamond tip to grind away the surface of the skin. Similarly, hydrodermabrasion generally uses a diamond tip to grind away the skin but adds a liquid that flushes away debris from the treatment.  For some skin types Microdermabrasion can be too aggressive.
Hydrafacial differs from microdermabrasion because it is a multi-stage facial treatment that uses dermabrasion as just one of the steps. This dermabrasion is delivered in a gentle and controlled manner with the patented Hydropeel tip and is used to enhance skin cleansing and prepare the skin for the additional treatment modalities that follow later in the treatment.
Moving Beyond Micro & Diamond Dermabrasion
Hydrafacial moves beyond dermabrasion by incorporating techniques such as skin peels, painless pore extractions, skin hydration and antioxidant skin nutrition.  Each treatment modality used in Hydrafacial builds on the previous step to create even better results than if it was applied as a stand-alone treatment.  The result is a comprehensive rejuvenation without any one step being overly aggressive on the skin.
This leaves the skin prepared and ready to be saturated with vital nutrients like antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid in the final stage of treatment.  With the skin and pores cleansed and open the skin absorbs more of the serums than it would if they were topically applied as a cream.  Over time this enhances skin  health and will help to improve the results of any other advanced treatment that is applied to the skin.