We’ve all had days when we felt like the whole world was against us. When it comes to our skin’s health, that statement is not entirely untrue. Our skin is constantly exposed to toxins, pollution and other unhealthy substances. The wind and the sun can cause serious damage over time. Of course, the more we age, the more our skin loses its elasticity, smoothness and tone.
But here’s the thing… restoring your skin’s health doesn’t have to be complicated. You don’t have to do anything extreme. The creators of the HydraFacial MD have developed a device, formula and process that make it simple to improve the health and appearance of your skin.
HydraFacial MD is a customizable, multi-step treatment that cleanses, exfoliates, and removes impurities and dead skin cells. At the same time, the unique Vortex-Fusion serum delivery system uses vital nutrients, antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acids to boost hydration, reduce the impact of environmental damage, and restore your skin’s smoothness and firmness.
This is accomplished in five steps:
- Vortex-Exfoliation uncovers healthy skin by eliminating dead skin cells.
- Vortex-Peel provides the benefits of a peel without the typical post-peel scaling.
- Vortex-Extraction uses a revolutionary suction technique to clean pores.
- Vortex-Fusion replenishes the skin with the helpful substances mentioned above.
- Extend and Protect involves ongoing maintenance with Daily Essentials products.
With HydraFacial MD, beautiful skin is simply a by-product of making your skin as healthy as possible. Each monthly treatment takes just 30 minutes, and most patients notice improvements after the first treatment.
If you feel like the whole world is against you, especially your skin, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel to improve your skin’s health and appearance. The folks at HydraFacial MD have already done the heavy lifting and made it simple for the rest of us. To learn more and find out if you’re an idea candidate, contact Warmuth Institute of Dermatology at 856-358-1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.