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Here for gorgeous, healthy, glowing skin

Providing industry-leading, revolutionary beauty treatments with the latest technology, Elite Wellness & Beauty Spa will exceed your expectations. Once our team determines which service is right for you, the treatment is completely personalized to fit your unique needs and ensure the best possible results.

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Hydrafacial is an invigorating treatment that can be given in as little as 30 minutes. It delivers long-term skin health and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of all skin types. It offers instant, noticeable results with no downtime or irritation. The Hydrafacial treatment removes dead skin cells and extracts impurities while simultaneously bathing the new skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums. The treatment is soothing, refreshing, non-irritating and immediately effective.

Hydrafacial are especially effective for those battling acne and signs of aging including wrinkes, marionette lines, fine lines, and crows’ feet. With a patented 4 in 1 Vortex Technology system, the Hydrafacial system has the capacity to reform numerous facial cleansing and rejuvenating functions all in a single treatment. The procedure involves the flowing processes:

  • Skin Cleansing

One of the major selling points of the Hydrafacial procedure is the deep cleansing component. The Hydrafacial technology comes with a Vortex cleansing piece that essentially sucks our all the dirt, oil, and other impurities from the surface of your skin, particularly in the forehead, T-Zone, and chin areas. A combination of lactic acid and glucosamine HCI along with algae (which is rich in anti-oxidants) is used to cleanse, condition, and moisturizer the skin for optimal results. Basically, this is like a less invasive and much more satisfying version of microdermabrasion. 

  • Deep Exfoliation for Radiant Skin

After throughly cleansing the skin, the next step is to administer a deep exfoliating treatment. During this process, the esthetician will use two different types of tips depending on the condition of your skin. One is slightly more aggressive, while the other is ideal for sensitive skin conditions. The esthetician will create a mixture of glycolic acid and salicylic acid to provide a deep skin exfoliation, which has been proven to effectively prevent acne breakouts. 

  • Extracting Deep-Ridden Impurities

The third step in the procedure involves using a stronger suction-like tip along with Beta-HD to carefully and throughly extract deep-ridden skin impurities including dirt, oil, makeup, blackheads, and sebum from your open pores. While this is happening, the device simultaneously releases a hydrating honey extract along with spiraea ulmaria flower extract, which soothes the skin and prevents pain or discomfort. 

  • Serum Infusion

The fourths and final step in the procedure involves applying serum infusions to the skin. Essentially, this is a mixture of peptides (copper, zinc, and magnesium), hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump up your skin, and antioxidants (green tea extracts and horse chestnut seed) to protect the skin from damages and impurities. This combination is appropriately called Antiox and it also contains arnica flower extract and red algae extract, which smoothen and brighten the skin respectively.

It’s Suitable for Most Skin Conditions

Skin conditions come in all shapes and sizes and they don’t discriminate based on age. Luckily, neither does the Hydrafacial skin treatment. People of pretty much all ages and stages in life - from adolescents experiencing acne breakouts, to middle-aged adults developing wrinkles and fine lines, to elderly adults combating sunspots and sunken skin - can all benefit from this treatment.

However, it’s worth nothing that people with certain skin conditions like rosacea, sunburns, and active rashes should forego this treatment because some of the components involved could actually worsen these skin condition. Pregnant women should also abstain from getting Hydrafacial because some of the ingredients, particularly, salicylic acid, haven’t been tested or proven t0 be safe for expecting mothers. 

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