Hydradermabrasion: Revolutionizing Spa Services for Oily and Sensitive Skin
In the ever-evolving landscape of the spa industry, keeping pace with the latest trends and technologies is paramount. Clients are perpetually on the lookout for groundbreaking treatments that promise radiant and healthy skin.
In this blog post, we'll explore how hydradermabrasion can help you enhance your spa's reputation and cater to the specific needs of clients with oily and sensitive skin.
Quick Overview: Hydradermabrasion Study Findings
Objective: Validate hydradermabrasion for facial rejuvenation and test its effect on skin antioxidant levels.
- 20 women, aged 34-56, split into two groups.
- Group A: Six hydradermabrasion treatments with antioxidant serum.
- Group B: Six manual applications of the same serum.
Measurements: Photos, biopsies, and antioxidant levels before and after treatment.
- Group A: Improved skin thickness, appearance, and antioxidant levels. No side effects.
- Group B: No noticeable changes.
~ Citation: PubMed
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