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Hydra facial + is next generation Hydrafacial with advanced technology combining skin specific rejuvenation procedures done exclusively at Monaris skin and Hair clinic. The old generation Hydrafacial machines and techniques are now replaced by latest Hydrafacial + at Monaris.

What is Hydrafacial +

Hydrafacial plus combines most modern techniques which was missed out in previous hydra facials. Hydrafacial plus is a multistep treatment processes combining most advanced technologies for skin exfoliation, tightening, rejuvenation and repair. Hydrafacial + is exclusively done under dermatologist care compared to regular hydra facials done at salons.  

Do HydraFacials work?

A HydraFacial is a patented skin treatment in India available at Skin clinics and dermatologist. Monaris Hydrafacial Plus Uses high pressure water for exfoliation and specialized serums for hydration.

Hydrafacial is 3 step process, deep cleaning, hydrating and exfoliating. This derma procedure may help treat a variety of skin conditions, including acne, dryness, pigmentation and wrinkles.

The noninvasive procedure is similar in principle to a regular facial you might get from a salon but is said to provide more dramatic results. Thisis donw by using a specialized machine and its attachments.

If you're curious about whether a HydraFacial is worth the hype, read on to learn more about the potential benefits, the possible side effects, and how it compares to similar treatments.

HydraFacial benefits

The HydraFacial plus at Monaris is said to help improve overall skin texture, tone, and appearance. This is due to the deep exfoliation that cleans your pores, removing debris and allowing for better penetration of face serums tailored to your skin type. Additional benefits at Monaris skin clinic hydrafacial plus is combining it with Oxygeneo. Oxygeneo improves skin oxygen levels and with strong exfoliation to deep clean the skin.

HydraFacial for Acne 

Currently, there are no clinical studies highlighting the benefits of HydraFacial for acne. But serums containing salicylic acids and deep exfoliation with declogging of pores help in improving acne and acne scars.


HydraFacial for Blackheads

Skin therapist will examine your skin during hydrafacial and will remove any blackheads and clogged pores.Dead skin cells also contribute to blackheads.

HydraFacial for Anti-Aging

Hydrafacial has those who received HydraFacial treatments had greater decreases in signs of skin aging compared with those who used serums alone. The effects included decreased pore size, less hyperpigmentation, and decreased fine lines.

HydraFacial Side Effects and Precautions

While the HydraFacial is said to be free of side effects at right therapist and clinic. you may feel light pressure from the wand during the procedure. Unlike other cosmetic treatments, the HydraFacial isn't supposed to cause pain or redness.

Is HydraFacial safe during pregnancy?

Consult our inhouse dermatologist if you are pregnant and want to take hydrafacial. Studies have shown no side effects of hydrafacial during pregnancy.

Can a HydraFacial cause a breakout?

HydraFacial is designed to help address the excess sebum (oil) and dead skin cells that can lead to breakouts. The treatment may also help clear impurities of skin and deep clean it that may prevent breakouts.

Before your treatment, let your provider know if you have extremely sensitive skin or are allergic to any ingredients that might cause your skin to break out after the treatment. And follow up with them if you experience breakouts after a HydraFacial

How does HydraFacial treatment work?

A HydraFacial is performed by either a licensed therapist or a dermatologist. The procedure is completed in three parts:-

  1. Your provider uses a deep clean probe against your skin to help clear away dirt and oil from deep in your pores. They also use a peel to help exfoliate and resurface your skin.

  2. Your provider uses a vacuum-like attachment on the wand to help extract debris from your pores.

  3. Your provider uses a pen-like attachment to apply a moisturizing serum with antioxidant.

  4. Your hydrafacial may be combined with radiofrequency, or Ultrasound treatment depending on skin type and dermatologist recommendation.


HydraFacial Before and After

After a HydraFacial, you may notice smoother, more radiant skin, possibly with a more even skin tone. The results are said to be noticeable immediately, without any visible signs of irritation.

HydraFacial Aftercare

Each HydraFacial session takes less than an hour, and no downtime is required. Unlike with harsher procedures like chemical peels, you can resume your normal activities right away.

While you shouldn't experience any redness or peeling after your session, it's still best to avoid exfoliating treatments for the first couple of days after a HydraFacial.

How often should you get a HydraFacial?

The frequency of HydraFacial sessions depends on your skin type and your provider's recommendations. Hydrafacial session should be repeated every 4 weeks for best results.

An aesthetician or dermatologist can help you determine the right number of sessions based on your skin condition and goals.

HydraFacial cost

HydraFacials cost more than typical facials, with the average clinic charging 4500-8000 per session. Any add-ons like Oxygeneo treatments will increase your cost.

If you're used to getting monthly facials in addition to exfoliation via microdermabrasion or chemical peels, you may find that a 3-in-1 HydraFacial slightly is less expensive overall.

You can save costs by taking packages for 3, 6, or 12 sessions

HydraFacial vs. Microdermabrasion

Like a HydraFacial, microdermabrasion exfoliates your skin. The key difference is that this type of exfoliation using small crystals is best suited for fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and acne scars. Microdermabrasion also doesn't use serums.



The HydraFacial may help treat a variety of skin concerns in one session through its 3-in-1 cleansing, exfoliating, and hydrating process. Talk with a dermatologist about which cosmetic treatments are best suited to your specific concerns.

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