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Aqua Surge Dermabrasion in Saltash & Plymouth 

The Aqua Surge Facial treatment is the latest advancement in non-laser skin resurfacing. Aqua Surge is an aqua dermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more glowing skin with no discomfort or downtime.

Aqua dermabrasion, also known as Hydra Dermabrasion, is a dermatological procedure which combines a simultaneous dermal infusion of medicinal products and crystal-free exfoliation. Aqua dermabrasion’s mechanism of actions includes activating the basal layer, and thickening and smoothing the epidermis. Aqua dermabrasion has the same indications for use as microdermabrasion, making it an excellent choice for anyone with darker skin tones, ageing skin, sensitive skin areas, oily, and dry skin complexions. 

The treatment is revitalising, moisturising, non-invasive and non-irritating. This facial works by removing dead skin cells and extracting impurities while at the same time enriching the skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturising serums – delivering immediate, visible and long-lasting results. First, the skin is exfoliated with crystal-free microdermabrasion. Hydra Facial technology is then used to deeply cleanse the skin by flushing out extractions. Finally, drenched in nutrients and antioxidants, leaving the skin fully hydrated and nourished. This facial can be customised for all skin types and conditions. Aqua Surge Facial is a multi-stage treatment designed to detoxify skin and infuse it with hydration and nutrients for a beautiful, healthy glow.

Aqua Surge Facial does not just work on the surface, it works deep within the skin, to deliver a superior treatment which promotes skin health. This treatment delivers instant results you can see and feel. This is an advanced non-laser skincare system, offering a customisable procedure to help all skin types improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, congested skin, and hyperpigmentation.

What Happens During the Aqua Surge Facial?

The Aqua Surge Facial treatment starts with cleansing by removing the dead skin cells and excess sebum from the skin. Next, a mix of salicylic and glycolic acids are applied to the skin to break up any dirt and oil that’s clogging pores. Then, the Peel Tip is used to essentially vacuum out blackheads, dirt, oil, and impurities, while hydrating, plumping, and nourishing serums are simultaneously applied to the skin.

Benefits of the Aqua Surge Facial

An Aqua Surge Facial treatment can improve your skin in a magnitude of ways. Its many benefits include a more hydrated, bright, plump, and clear complexion. It can also improve signs of ageing. “The treatment reduces fine lines and wrinkles, increases firmness, evens tone, texture, and brown spots, as well as reducing enlarged pores,” – Dr. Guanche.

What’s the Difference Between Aqua Surge Facial and Microdermabrasion?

There are a few key differences. Microdermabrasion treatments use manual extractions, while an Aqua Surge Facial uses a vacuum-like tip to cleanse deep down. The treatment takes its name from the root word hydrate – this ability to moisturise the skin separates the Aqua Surge Facial from all other skin resurfacing procedures. The treatment is soothing, refreshing, non-irritating and immediately effective.

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Fully Qualified and Advanced Skincare Specialist Charlett Lyne

Charlett Lyne is our fully qualified, educated and experienced Skin Specialist and beauty therapist. Charlett has a strong background in the health and beauty industry, where she has covered most areas in Cornwall. Charlett provides a variety of skin treatments, which includes DermaplaningSkin PeelsMesotherapy, 24K Gold Mask, LED Light Therapy, Microneedling and Collagen Induced Therapy. Charlett thrives on bringing you bespoke skin treatments, tailored specifically to your individual skin targets and needs, where she provides free no-obligation skin consultations. Charlett is frequently keeping up to date with the latest research and trends, where she regularly attends educational courses.

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