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HydraFacial in Broome: The Code to Skin Hydration and Rejuvenation
HydraFacial at DNTL Code is a multi-step, non-invasive, personalised procedure that uses patented technology
to purify, extract, and hydrate your skin at a cellular level.
Here's what you can expect when you visit us for HydraFacial treatment in Broome
We believe that understanding your unique skin concerns and expectations is paramount to delivering exceptional care. During your skin consultation, our caring and approachable team takes the time to assess your individual needs, health considerations, and skincare goals, ensuring that every aspect of your HydraFacial experience is precisely tailored to you. This commitment to personalised care forms the very basis of our approach, allowing us to provide skincare solutions that not only meet but exceed your expectations.
Deep Cleanse and Exfoliation
The HydraFacial procedure commences with the transformative power of a hydra-dermabrasion device, using a vortex water flow to remove surface-level impurities and leftover makeup. A gentle exfoliation follows to remove dead skin cells and promote skin renewal, providing a clean canvas for the subsequent steps.
Following the deep cleanse, the next step is to extract impurities from the pores. Utilising the suction handpiece, your dermal therapist carefully removes dirt, oil, and debris from the skin, targeting blackheads and whiteheads to promote a clearer and more refined skin texture.
As the final step, the skin is infused with hydrating and moisturising serums containing antioxidants and peptides. This luxurious infusion is designed to maximise your skin's natural glow, saturating it with essential nutrients needed for complete revitalisation.
The entire procedure takes about 30 minutes to complete, with no downtime. Our team will provide you with specific aftercare instructions tailored to your skin's needs, helping you maximise and prolong the benefits of the treatment. General care recommendations may include minimising sun exposure, wearing sunscreen to prevent sun damage, refraining from touching your face, and following any personalised advice from our dermal therapists.