Most people understand that the journey to better skin is one through regular exfoliation and moisturizing. What they do not know is that daily use products only penetrate the top layer of skin, providing minimal benefits at best. If you really want to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles, even your skin's tone and elasticity, improve your skin's texture, and get rid of brown spots and sun damage, you must go deeper than the surface with the revolutionary HydraFacial.

Ogden Clinic Dermatology offers HydraFacial in our Bountiful office. Learn more about this rejuvenating treatment below.

What is a HydraFacial?

HydraFacial is a multi-step treatment that cleanses, exfoliates and extracts impurities from your skin. First, your Bountiful dermatologist uses the HydraFacial wand to gently remove dead skin cells and temporarily opens the pores on your face. During the second step, a proprietary blend of compounds are introduced to the face where they hydrate the skin and help break up stubborn blackheads that contribute to acne. Third, painless vortex suction removes any remaining dirt or impurities from the face. Finally, your Ogden Clinic dermatologist applies a proprietary compound to the skin that leaves it feeling supple and soft and looking radiant.

How long does the HydraFacial procedure last?

HydraFacial is an in-office procedure that usually lasts around 30 minutes. The HydraFacial technology in our dermatology office is designed to be gentle and non-irritating. There is no downtime associated with HydraFacial at Ogden Clinic. You can put on makeup and return to your daily activities as soon as your treatment is over. However, patients should take extra care to avoid sun exposure after your Ogden Clinic HydraFacial.

How many HydraFacial treatments will I need?

Most patients report seeing brighter, softer, smoother skin after a single treatment. Results can last for five to seven days but can be compounded by additional treatments. In order to reduce the appearance of fine lines or brown spots, your Ogden Clinic dermatologist may recommend several treatments.

To find out more about HydraFacial, contact Ogden Clinic Dermatology in Bountiful for your consultation today.