Boost patient return with Hydrabrasion
Hydrabrasion from Clinic Care is the latest development in deep exfoliation – and the perfect tool for retaining existing patients and attracting new visitors.
Adding a complementary service to your clinic – such as the latest development in deep exfoliation, Hydrabrasion from Clinic Care – can increase client spend, cultivate regular, repeat business and help attract new clients.
Hydrabrasion is a form of microdermabrasion. It uses a diamond tip attached to a gentle vacuum to exfoliate skin and clear blockages from the pores and follicles, before rinsing the skin clean. This combination leaves patients with a decongested, deeply cleansed and noticeably revitalised complexion.
Tried & tested
The microdermabrasion method of deep exfoliation has become increasingly popular in the aesthetic arena as a simple and effective skin rejuvenator. It is widely used for treating photo-ageing, hyperpigmentation, acne, scars and stretch marks. According to a 2011 paper by Prendergast and Shiffman published in Aesthetic Medicine, microdermabrasion is an effective, non-invasive method of rejuvenation with minimum risk that improves skin quality.
Histologically, microdermabrasion has been shown to incur a statistically significant improvement in roughness, mottled pigmentation and overall improvement of skin appearance, according to Shim, et al (2001), as cited in Savardekar (2007). Acne scarring has also been shown to improve with a series of microdermabrasion treatments, however it often requires deeper ablation.
The Hydrabrasion difference
The vacuum action of the Hydrabrasion works in combination with a micro-fine diamond tip to gently exfoliate the skin and collect the dead skin cells and other debris. Once the diamond tip exfoliation and vacuum has finished, the Hydrabrasion system delivers a second treatment with a water system to thoroughly wash out the pores and follicles.
Treatment is commonly followed with a hydrating, cooling mask and massage for optimal results (and ultimate relaxation).
The purpose of Hydrabrasion is to gently resurface the stratum corneum, cleansing and exfoliating the skin to improve the texture of the skin’s surface and stimulate the production of new skin cells to achieve the appearance of smoother, more even skin.
An additional benefit of using Hydrabrasion is that it delivers enhanced delivery of active ingredients to the skin after the treatment. This means Hydrabrasion can be used alongside other facial treatments for enhanced, longer- lasting results.
The Hydrabrasion treatment is easily adopted in-clinic for both new and existing patients.
It is a simple procedure that produces effective skin rejuvenation results, with no damage to the skin, no downtime and no patient discomfort. It can be used as a standalone skin refresher or in conjunction with facial treatments, light-based therapies and certain surgical procedures.
Most importantly, patients notice an immediate difference in their skin following Hydrabrasion treatment. Because the skin is so thoroughly cleansed, without any dead skin cell build-up, clients find their regular skincare products can be applied more easily and sparingly and work more effectively.
The results from one treatment will last up to four weeks, and a monthly maintenance treatment is recommended to sustain the results.
The patient satisfaction following Hydrabrasion treatment – as well as the ease of treatment and minimal downtime – means it can act as an effective, revenue building, adjunct to any clinic’s existing services.
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