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Cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate Hydrafacial

Dr Scott Allison now offers treatment with HydraFacial, an effective cleansing, exfoliating, nourishing and hydrating treatment. With specially formulated ingredients, HydraFacial can improve oily and congested skin, treat skin concerns such as pigmentation, and reduce signs of ageing. A HydraFacial can be performed with LED Light Therapy and lymphatic drainage, depending on your personal needs and preferences.

How it Works

The Signature HydraFacial uses a three-step method to exfoliate, cleanse and nourish the skin. It begins by deeply cleansing and exfoliating, with ingredients that remove layers of dead skin. Using a vacuum handpiece, impurities are gently suctioned out, cleaning congested pores. Once the skin has been cleaned and exfoliated, nourishing serums are applied to hydrate the skin, with better absorption.

If you choose the Deluxe HydraFacial, a personalised booster will then be applied to your skin to treat your personal skin concerns. The booster can be formulated to treat pigmentation, acne, signs of ageing and more. LED Light Therapy will then target bacteria, reduce inflammation and treat concerns such as pigmentation and skin ageing.

Dr Scott Allison offers the Ultimate HydraFacial, with the option of lymphatic drainage before treatment. Lymphatic drainage can reduce puffiness and swelling, while improving circulation.

HydraFacial Treatments

Signature HydraFacial – 30 Minutes

Deluxe HydraFacial – 40 Minutes
Add a personalised booster and LED Light Therapy.

Ultimate HydraFacial – 60 Minutes
Add a personalised booster, LED Light Therapy and lymphatic drainage.

Costs of HydraFacial

You can discuss the details of your HydraFacial costs during your consultation with Dr Scott Allison at Ascension.

Signature HydraFacial: $220
Deluxe HydraFacial: $320
Ultimate HydraFacial: $380

Who is a suitable candidate for HydraFacial?

If you want to deeply cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate your skin, you may be a suitable candidate for HydraFacial. Ideally, you’ll have realistic expectations as to what can be achieved with the treatment and be able to follow aftercare advice.

HydraFacial is generally suitable for all skin types, however, those with allergies to certain ingredients, active skin conditions or sunburn in the treatment area may not be suitable for the treatment. Candidates who are undergoing acne treatment or have recently had IPL or laser on the treatment area may also be unsuitable for HydraFacial.

During a consultation, Dr Scott can discuss your personal needs and skin concerns to determine if you are a suitable candidate for the treatment.

Caring for your skin after HydraFacial

After HydraFacial, it’s normal for your skin to feel warm or appear slightly flushed and this should subside within a few hours. Dr Scott will provide you with personalised instructions to care for your skin after treatment, based on the details of your treatment plan.

Aftercare instructions can include to:

  • Stay hydrated
  • Apply SPF 50+
  • Keep your skin clean and moisturised
  • Avoid sun exposure
  • Avoid exfoliating products for three days
  • Avoid excessive heat exposure for 48 hours
  • Avoid strenuous exercise for 48 hours
  • Avoid IPL, laser and waxing for two weeks

HydraFacial Before and After