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HydraFacial and Blue LED

The Acne Antidote

A recent study showed that regular HydraFacial treatments featuring
blue LED lights can effectively treat and manage acne.1

100% of study investigators thought skin appeared healthier and more radiant
100% observed that skin looked clearer
95% reported that skin looked less oily and congested

… and we play well with others, too.

HydraFacial Claims

Additional reduction in brown spots
when paired with IPL vs. IPL alone2

HydraFacial Claims

Firmer & smoother skin when paired
with non-ablative fractional laser or
fractional RF vs. non-ablative fractional
laser or fractional RF alone3

Smoother skin when paired withRF
or focused ultrasound treatment vs. RF
or focused ultrasound treatment alone4

HydraFacial Claims

Smoother skin when paired with ablative
fractional laser vs. ablative fractional
laser alone5

1. Results observed in a limited study of 20 patients when HydraFacial Clarifying Treatment with blue LED lights was performed every 2 weeks over the course of 12 weeks. HydraFacial treatments are intended for use on intact skin only and should not be used for active acne such as severe, inflammatory acne. HydraFacial treatments should not be used over acne cysts and are not recommended for severe acne scarring.

2. Results observed in a limited study when HydraFacial treatment was performed in combination with intense pulsed light (IPL) or Q-switched laser. The first two steps of the HydraFacial Signature Treatment protocol were
followed prior to IPL or Q-switched laser and the last step of the Signature Treatment protocol followed by red and infrared LED lights was performed after IPL/Q-Switched laser. A 30% reduction in the melanin affected area was observed on the side of the patient’s face where HydraFacial was used as compared to the side of the face that did not receive a HydraFacial treatment.

3. Results observed in a limited study when HydraFacial treatment was performed in combination with non-ablative fractional laser and fractional radio frequency for facial rejuvenation. The first two steps of the HydraFacial Signature Treatment protocol were followed prior to non-ablative fractional laser or fractional radio frequency, and the last step of the Signature Treatment protocol followed by red and infrared LED lights was used after nonablative fractional laser and fractional radio frequency.

4. Results observed in a limited study when HydraFacial treatment was performed in combination with radio frequency and focused ultrasound for facial firming. The first two steps of the HydraFacial Signature Treatment protocol were followed prior to radio frequency and focused ultrasound, and the last step of the Signature Treatment protocol followed by red and infrared LED lights was performed after radio frequency and focused ultrasound.

5. Results observed in a limited study when HydraFacial treatment was performed in combination with fractional facial resurfacing with ablative fractional laser (CO2 or Erbium:YAG). The first two steps of the HydraFacial
Signature Treatment protocol were followed prior to ablative fractional laser, and the last step of the Signature Treatment protocol followed by red and infrared LED lights was performed after ablative fractional laser.