Although the results of these two procedures can be very similar, they have some stark differences. A facial uses serums and products to clean pores, extract blackheads, and moisturize the skin. A chemical peel uses chemical solutions to strip the surface layer of cells away in order for a newer, healthier layer to return.
Recovery time for a facial is little to none while a chemical peel may have some minimal side effects that require some time to recover. This recovery time will depend largely on the type of chemical peel received. A light chemical peel will require less recovery time than a deep peel.
HydraFacial MD treatment can be performed as a cure or even as a form of prevention. Since cellular regeneration occurs every 30 days, plan one treatment per month for optimal results. If you wish to target a specific skin condition or goal (acne, pigmentation spots, rejuvenation…), it is recommended to adopt a program based on one treatment per week, depending on the condition. Cleansing begins with one session, once per month or at season changes.
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