Aqua Derma Facial treatment in Plano

Create a glow like no other!

Improve your skin health with Aqua Derma Facial 

How does it work?

The procedure is done using a wand which works like a vacuum to open pores for a deep cleanse and easy extraction of impurities and dead skin cells. The entire procedure is performed in 5 steps. 

 

Step 1 Cleansing:  

The trained Aquafacial aestheticians at BitCare MedSpa and Wellness Clinic use a deplaning tool to open the pores and remove the uppermost layer of debris and dead cells away. 

Step 2 Acid Peel:  

Salicylic or glycolic acid is the main component of Aqua’s facial acid peel. It is gentle, produces a slight tingle, and produces remarkable effects. Dead skin is removed during the peel so it can be extracted. 

Step 3 Extraction: 

In this process, a vortex extraction nozzle that functions as a vacuum and cleans blocked dirt is used. Dead skin and grime are collected in the extraction machine’s cup. 

Step 4 and Step 5 Hydration and Serum Application: 

During these procedures, a serum containing collagen and antioxidants is infused into the skin using a vortex fusion equipment. The procedure increases the skin’s moisture and suppleness. 

 

Aqua Derma Facial at Bitcare

Aquafacial is a non-invasive procedure that preserves and rejuvenates the face’s natural skin. It is a quick and simple way to improve the texture and look of the skin. It is an advanced version of HydrafacialUnlike traditional facials, it’s performed via device rather than by hand, for deeper penetration and longer lasting results. 

What does it treat?

Pigmentation

Oily + Congested Skin

Hydration

Pore Size

Wrinkles

Fine lines

Results

You can see the results immediately after the procedure. However, some redness may stay for a few hours over the treated area. 

Try Aqua Derma Facial Treatment at BitCare

Complete the form to book a consultation or call (469)-750-CARE(2273). Our team shall contact you and discuss the treatment plan that will best suite you.

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