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Now available in 75 countries worldwide, HydraFacial® is a patented treatment for the skin. This skin Hydrafacial® has become a world-renowned aesthetic facial treatment and is manufactured to the highest standards in the USA by The HydraFacial Company – an FDA listed company based in Long Beach, CA. The HydraFacial Company was the first U.S. company to develop and coin the term ‘hydradermabrasion’. They currently hold 17 US and worldwide patents for skincare systems and have another 14 pending.

By combining the latest technology with revolutionary innovation, The HydraFacial® Company has been at the forefront of taking aesthetic skin treatments to another level by focusing heavily on the significance of long-term skin health rather than solely short-term results.

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Hydrafacial® treatments pair hydrating serums with microdermabrasion-like exfoliation. As a result, this treatment is sometimes referred to as ‘hydradermabrasion’.

Skin Hydrafacials® use a three step process. They work to deep clean, exfoliate and hydrate your skin during the Hydrafacial® treatment. As a result, the procedure is suited to a variety of skin conditions, including wrinkles, acne and dryness.

Hydrafacial® treatments advance on traditional facial treatments by using a mechanized wand to enhance the deep cleansing and exfoliation that takes place during the procedure. This is accompanied by the application of serums specifically chosen to suit your skin type for optimal results.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use the HydraFacial system within the following treatments:

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