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How Often Can You Have a HydraFacial®?

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How Often Can You Have a HydraFacial®?

A HydraFacial® is a collection of therapies designed to improve your complexion. Patients should get treatment once per month for optimal results. 

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Benefits of HydraFacial®

HydraFacial® offers a host of benefits designed to make you feel more confident in your skin. These include: 

  • No downtime: The HydraFacial® system uses gentle processes that do not require any downtime. You can get treatment in the morning and then go back to your regular schedule immediately afterward, making it easy to slot into the rest of your life. 
  • Plump skin: HydraFacial® includes nourishing hydration, which saturates the skin with rejuvenating compounds, making you glow. 
  • Clear your complexion: Chemical peel is part of the HydraFacial® process. It reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, and even hyperpigmented areas of skin. 
  • Remove blackheads and dirt: Blackheads can expand pores and cause the skin to look tired and aged over time. HydraFacials® eliminate this using special vacuum technology, removing blemishes from your complexion. 
  • Even skin tone: Because HydraFacial® treatment nourishes the skin, it encourages it to behave more healthfully. After cells come into contact with the chemical peel acid, they start churning out more collagen and elastic – ingredients that make your complexion look more youthful. 

HydraFacial® Schedule

HydraFacials® are safe because they only use surface-level interventions. It is recommended to have HydraFacial® treatments once per month  to maintain a clean and youthful complexion. Treatments only take 45-60 minutes and are easy to fit it into your schedule.


The first step is to schedule an in-person consultation with Dr. Lawton or one of our trusted providers at Tenley K Lawton M.D. in Neport Beach, CA. Simply fill out the form on this page and we will reach out to you promptly to schedule your appointment.

HydraFacial® Steps

HydraFacials® follow a set of steps to enhance your skin’s natural capacity to repair itself. 

The first stage is cleanse and peel. Here, your specialist wil apply an acid compound to your skin’s top layer with an exfoliating tip. This process removes the outermost cells, helping to reveal tissue deeper down in the dermis. 

The next step is extract and hydrate. This step involves using the special HydraFacial® Vortex-Fusion suction device to draw out blackheads and dirt from the skin, providing space for pores to close up and heal. During this phase of treatment, you will experience a tingling sensation and minimal discomfort. 

The third step is fuse and protect. Here, your specialist will provide a range of nourishing compounds to the freshly-revealed skin (including peptides and hyaluronic acid), encouraging it to support collagen production. Skin appears tighter, firmer, and more tones, with fewer visible lines and wrinkles. 

Candidates for HydraFacial®

Since HydraFacial® is a non-invasive procedure, most people can benefit from it. It is most popular among patients looking to reduce the appearance of large pores, fight against aging signs (such as wrinkles) and deal with brown spots (hyperpigmentation). It is also helpful for those looking for brighter skin tone and more youthful-looking skin. 

Because HydraFacial® doesn’t require any invasive techniques, most patients begin to see results immediately following a session. Your complexion will look revitalized and refreshed, giving you the confidence you need to live your life to the full.


*Individual Results May Vary


Dr. Lawton strives to provide the best experience for everyone who chooses her practice for their aesthetic needs. Read why our patients love their results & experience with Dr. Lawton and her team of expert providers.

Take the Next Step

Would you like to learn more about HydraFacial®? Simply fill out the form on this page or call Tenley K. Lawton M.D. at (949) 640-0999 to schedule your consultation. Board-Certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Tenley Lawton, serves Newport Beach and the greater Orange County, CA area.

*Individual Results May Vary.

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