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Hydration Facials Benefits

Serenity Salt Spa is proud to offer the best facial treatment on the market, the HydraFacial.


The HydraFacial treatment rejuvenates and protects the health of the skin while providing immediate results and long-term benefits.  The best part is, that there’s no downtime or irritation!


Are you ready to get the best skin of your life?  That's possible by scheduling a HydraFacial!


With all of these benefits, many clients believe that a HydraFacial is the ideal cosmetic procedure.  HydraFacial gently cleanses, exfoliates, extracts, and rejuvenates skin with nourishing serums.  It is safe and effective for all skin types and can treat fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, hyperpigmentation, clogged pores, mild acne, and oily skin.

A hydrating facial is designed specifically to provide healing and hydration to the skin.  A hydration facial immediately nourishes the skin relieving tightness and the appearance of fine lines.

"Just like plants need water to live and grow, so does your skin!"

HyrdraFacial Benefits

A HydraFacial treatment can improve your skin in a ton of ways. Its many benefits include a more hydrated, bright, plump, and clear complexion. The treatment reduces fine lines and wrinkles, stimulates the production of collagen, increases firmness, evens tone, texture, and brown spots, as well as reduces enlarged pores.

What Happens During the HyrdraFacial?


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 is applied to the skin to break up any dirt and oil that's clogging pores. Then, the Hydra 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.


"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, should abstain from this treatment."

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