How Much Does a HydraFacial Cost?
The HydraFacial is a comprehensive resurfacing facial that combines advanced medical technology and spa treatments to make your skin healthier, feel better, and look better. It actively moisturizes the skin during the process, setting it apart from the rest of the skin resurfacing procedures available, such as chemical peeling, laser treatments, and microdermabrasion. It is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that provides cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, and hydration to your skin. The HydraFacial helps with many skin conditions, such as the appearance of wrinkles, oily or acne-prone skin, dry skin, congested and enlarged pores, and hyperpigmentation.
How much is it?
- The cost of a HydraFacial depends on the number of treatments, the spa that you will be getting it at, the treatment type and if you include other treatments along with it. Stand alone treatments will cost about $150 to $300.
- According to KimandCarrie.com, she would have paid $285 at her local spa.
- Crystalsspa.com, located in New York, offers the following prices: $120 for a HydraFacial; $170 for the HydraFacial DermaBuilder; and $480 for four HydraFacials purchased up front.
What is going to be included?
- The cheapest option, which is the regular HydraFacial, is about 30 minutes long and will include all four steps of the treatment. The more expensive option is about 60 minutes long and will include the four step HydraFacial treatment and other treatments, such as the lymphatic drainage or LED light therapy, depending on what the therapist thinks you need the most. It may also come with a massage of the face, neck, arms, and hands.
- The most expensive option is also about 60 minutes long and will include the four step HydraFacial treatment; lymphatic drainage or LED light therapy; a massage of the face, neck, arms, and hands; and a vial of the HydraFacial DermaBuilder. A highly concentrated blend of peptides, hyaluronic acids, and other hydrating ingredients, the DermaBuilder will plump your skin and make it look younger and smoother.
What are the extra costs?
- The spa may try to get you to try other treatments after you get the HydraFacial. A variety of home care products is often recommended for use following a HydraFacial to improve and maintain the results, such as DermaBuilder™ Daily, Antiox-6™ Daily, Beta-hd™ Daily, Pur Moist™ hyaluronic acid moisturizing cream, and ETX™ Daily (Daily Eye Therapy X-Tract).
Tips to know:
- You do not have to buy any of the post-treatment skincare products that the therapist recommends, but you may want to know what they are so you can determine the ingredients and find a more cost-effective product. It is advisable that you choose ones that include a sunscreen so your skin will be protected from the sun.
How can I save money?
- Getting just one treatment is very expensive, but most, if not all spas will generally have discount packages that you can choose from. A series of six to 10 treatments are often recommended for improving skin issues, and buying a package of six or more will save you more money since this will lessen the individual price of the facial.
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