Oxygeneo Vs. Hydrafacial
Hydrafacial and Oxygeneo treatments are both designed to deliver oxygen to the skin’s surface and provide a variety of other treatments as well. The Hydrafacial is a non-invasive facial treatment that uses a combination of cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection to cleanse and nourish the skin. It utilizes specially designed serums that work together to provide deep cleansing, hydration, nutrition, protection and even stimulation of collagen production to address individual concerns. The Hydrafacial also includes an OxyGeneo component which is a mild form of exfoliation that helps the product penetrate deeper into the skin.
The Oxygeneo treatment is similarly focused on delivering oxygen to the skin’s surface. This treatment combines exfoliation with oxygen therapy by breaking down dead skin cells and then delivering powerful active ingredients directly into the dermis. It also includes a unique triple-oxygenating action that produces CO2 bubbles on the surface of the skin which react with hemoglobin in the blood vessels below and release additional oxygen into the area for improved results. In addition, it incorporates products such as hyaluronic acid, peptides and antioxidants to provide further nourishment and protection to the skin.
Both treatments offer visible results after just one session but some people may find they need more than one Oxygeneo or Hydrafacial session in order to best address their individual needs. The choice between treatments ultimately comes down to personal preference – while both effectively deliver oxygen deep into the skin’s layers, some may prefer one over another due its additional features or simply because it works better for their particular type of skin.