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The HydraFacial 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 HydraPeel Tip is used to essentially vacuum out blackheads, dirt, oil, and impurities, while hydrating, plumping, and nourishing serums are simultaneously applied to the skin. The serums have anti-aging and antioxidant properties and are tailored to address the specific needs of the patients. One of the many reasons that the HydraFacial is so popular is that there’s minimal side effects, and essentially no downtime post-treatment.

Instant results in 30 minutes with zero downtime.

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Who should get the Hydrafacial ?

This treatment is nice for teenagers with acne, adults with pimples, wrinkles, and hyper-pigmentation, and for older patients with sun damage. Although beneficial to many skin types, those with active rashes, sunburns, or rosacea, along with pregnant patients, should abstain from this treatment.

How often do you need to get a Hydrafacial?

Although your skin is glowing and fresh following a HydraFacial, the treatment isn’t a quick fix. It’s intended to improve skin’s appearance over time. Its effects do last longer than other facials. Dr. Ballieux suggests getting a HydraFacial treatment every four to six weeks.



  • Full Face €150
  • Décolletage €150
  • Package (5 sessions) €600

Hydrafacial : before and after photos

Photos Courtesy of Jan Marini Skin Research

Dr Ballieux gave me the best recommendations in terms of how to give my face its glow back! I have also done the tear through injections and literally gave me a fresher and younger look. Got rid of the heavy bags under my eyes! I would do it again in a heart bit! Thank you Dr Ballieux!

Audrey Huxley

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