Are Hydrafacials Good for Acne?

Anna Kremerov
By Anna Kremerov

Anna Kremerov is an award-winning Nurse Practitioner known for Aesthetic Medicine and non-surgical procedures.

Hydrafacials provide an effective treatment for acne. It offers a pain-free method of cleansing your pores, reducing oiliness and hydrating your skin for visibly noticeable results.


Hydrafacials are the next evolution of facial treatments. They can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions including acne, sun damage, signs of ageing, dryness and removal of blackheads.


Before and After Acne Treatment

The results are clear from the before and after Hydrafacial treatment images. As well as reducing the signs of acne the treatment also removes oily congestion, removing redness as well as shine.


Hydrafacials Are Good for Acne

It is sometimes referred to as “hydramermabrasion” because it involves hydration of the skin with microdermabrasion-like exfoliation.


The Next Evolution of Facial Treatment

A Hydrafacial is similar in principle to a regular facial but with drastically improved results. It works by deep-cleaning and exfoliating while delivering serums tailored to your skin type via a mechanised wand.


Feel the Difference

The sensation felt during the treatment is similar to a paintbrush being lightly brushed against your skin, making it one of the least invasive treatments on the market. Because of this, the Hydrafacial has no downtime and very few cases of negative reactions.

Feel the Difference with HydraFacial treatment

What Are the Risks

Major negative side effects are very rare. Hydrafacial has thousands of 5-star approval ratings, making it one of the most positively reviewed treatments in the aesthetics world. However, some people have reported having an allergic reaction to certain ingredients. A full list of possible side effects will be discussed with you during your consultation. We will also explain to you what should and should not be done to limit any negative side effects of a Hydrafacial.


How Much Do Hydrafacials Cost

Hydrafacial prices vary from patient to patient. Hydrafacial is considered one of the more affordable non-surgical skincare treatments available with a price range between £80 to £160 per session. As a result, session cost varies between individual patients based on the personalised treatment plan, duration of the treatment and additional “boosters”.

If you want to read more, the experts at Consulting Room really know what they're talking about and have put together acne and Hydrafacial FAQs just for you.

If you have more questions, you can use the acne and Hydrafacial questions feature to talk to our panel of trained medical experts. 

If you're keen to get started with any of these treatments right away then you're in luck - those clever folks also have a list of trusted, accredited acne and Hydrafacial clinics in your area.

Anna Kremerov is an award-winning nurse practitioner known for aesthetic medicine and non-surgical procedures. Founder and medical director of the Anna Medical Aesthetics clinic in Swindon – She has earned an impeccable reputation with industry-leading 100% 5-star Google and Trustpilot excellent reviews.

Call Anna Medical Aesthetics on 01793 959 010 or visit her website Anna Medical Aesthetics.

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