Experience the exceptional after-glow of a HydraFacial with MIRA Clinic. Perfect for those wanting to unclog pores, brighten skin tone, smooth skin texture, and rejuvenate skin. The HydraFacial delivers fast and concentrated hydration as well as nourishment to skin in just 30 minutes with absolutely zero downtime, and no needles!
The HydraFacial treatment is performed using a specially designed vacuum-based skin abrasion tip. This tip is designed to clean the pores at the same time delivering highly potent nourishing serums to the skin. The HydraFacial machine has been likened to a micro-dermabrasion machine, however technology innovations allow for infusion of the skin with much needed nourishment during the process, making the HydraFacial a superior replacement.
Serums are filled with an infusion of hyaluronic acid, anti-oxidants and vitamins to restore, plump and hydrate the skin. Due to the technology of the HydraFacial machine, the serum delivery is much more effective than if delivered as a topical solution.
The HydraFacial is performed by our MIRA Clinic dermal therapists and is an enjoyable, relaxing treatment with no discomfort. It can be performed prior to any other treatment including before the application of wrinkle relaxers or dermal fillers.
HydraFacial improves the health of your skin
Sharon (left) and Michelle from Married At First Sight, pay a visit to MIRA Clinic one day after their Hydrafacial Treatments.
For enhanced HydraFacial results, combine your facial with DermaBuilder™, an advanced skin strengthening and refining serum, which will help to improve your skin’s texture and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. DermaBuilder™ uses a specially formulated mix of peptides to recharge the skin, targeting the new skin exposed by the HydraFacial exfoliation process. One peptide group reduces muscle contractions in facial expression, and the other stimulates collagen and elastin production. These peptides work together to lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and to enhance the skin’s firmness and elasticity.
Add DermaBuilder™ to your HydraFacial treatment today for only $30 extra.
HydraFacial treatments are now available at MIRA Clinic for just $150 per session. We recommend pairing this facial with a LED treatment for further rejuvenation and increased results, or prior to injectable treatments.
MIRA Clinic is here to help you achieve the best possible individual skin results. You will receive all the information you need about your treatment and aftercare in order to maximise your results. It is our goal to ensure that our clients are 100% comfortable and have a sound understanding of our treatments before proceeding. We will answer any questions you may have and talk you through the process.
For authentic advice and genuine results, contact Perth’s MIRA Clinic about the HydraFacial today on 08 6436 3888.
The short answer is:
Unfortunately, no, we do not recommended to have Hydrafacial treatments while pregnant.
The longer answer is:
One of the key treatment steps during a Hydrafacial is an exfoliating step using a type of beta-hydroxy-acid called “salicylic acid” (the main ingredient of aspirin). In high doses, oral aspirin has been shown to cause problems for developing babies. There has been some debate on whether or not very small doses of salicylic acid (such as what you might get when you have topical salicylic acid) might actually be OK. The answer is we don’t know how small a dose needs to be to be safe and we also don’t know how much salicylic acid is absorbed through a topical treatment. Also due to the hydrafacial’s vortex tip (which is so good at forcing nutrients into the skin) its likely that a lot of the salicylic acid is probably absorbed during a Hydrafacial.
There are some clinics overseas that promote Hydrafacials as a great treatment to have when pregnant. And a couple of well known bloggers in Australia have reported that they have had Hydrafacials while pregnant. Our decision, which is backed up by the medical insurance companies, is that it is so important to protect developing babies that if there is any doubt, then its best to avoid anything that is even slightly risky. So for that reason we don’t allow our pregnant clients to have Hydrafacials at our clinic.
Yes there is. Check out this page discussing the topic of looking after your skin during pregnancy.
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