Facial expressions cause muscle contractions. Over time, these contractions create creases and lines which become etched into our faces. Muscle relaxant is used to treat specific muscles in order to reduce the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles to create a more youthful appearance. Muscle relaxant is widely used across all demographics to prevent the early signs of ageing.

What is HydraFacial?

HydraFacial is a medical-grade hydermabrasion devices that carries out a patented three-part regimen – cleansing, exfoliating, and then infusing skin with intensive serums to moisturise, brighten, plump, and protect. Key booster ingredients allow customisation of the treatment to focus on key priority areas.

\ HydraFacial may be performed on its own or combined with other procedures for complete facial rejuvenation:

Treatment Concerns

  • Fine lines & wrinkles

  • Elasticity & firmness

  • Even tone & vibrancy

  • Skin texture

  • Brown spots

  • Oily & congested skin

  • Enlarged pores


Results are noticeable after the first treatment and will continue to improve over time. Regular treatments performed on a monthly basis are recommended for optimal results. Factors such as home care products, use of SPF, smoking, water intake, stress, or illness will affect results and the frequency of treatments required.

What To Expect

he procedure will take between 30 – 45mins depending on the condition treated. The skin will be cleansed, exfoliated with a mix of salicylic and glycolic acids to break down any dirt and oil which may be clogging the pores. The hand piece will vacuum out blackheads, dirt, oil and impurities while simultaneously applying hydrating, plumping, and nourishing serums.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any risks or complications?
  • Temporary skin irritation, tightness, redness or slight swelling which usually resolves within 72 hours depending on skin sensitivity

  • Discomfort, redness and swelling, itching or irritation, skin peeling or flaking – up to 14 days after procedure

  • Hyperpigmentation & acne breakouts

  • Hypopigmentation, infection, or scarring is very rare

  • Reaction to product and/ or local anaesthetic (if applicable) rarely occur but can include an immediate reaction of swelling and very rarely, life-threatening anaphylaxis

How do I prepare for my treatment?
  • Attend appointment with no makeup, lotions, or SPF

  • 2 weeks prior: avoid excess sun exposure

  • 1 week prior: avoid blood-thinning medication – aspirin, ibuprofen, fish oil

  • 3 days prior: no exfoliation, waxing, or hair removal in the treatment area

  • 3 days prior: if prone to cold sores, take prophylactic medication

  • 5 days prior: no products containing AHA’s, Vitamin A products, Retin-A, scrubs, or enzymes

  • 2 days prior: avoid alcohol and stay hydrated

What should I do after my treatment?

Your skin may appear red and feel flushed or hot depending on the skin condition and products applied.

  • Wash skin with tepid water and a gentle cleanser

  • Avoid strenuous exercise and heat (saunas, LED, hot showers) for 24 hours

  • Do not scrub, exfoliate, or aggressively massage treatment area for 3 days

  • No products containing AHA’s, Vitamin A products, Retin-A, scrubs, or enzymes for 5 days

  • No peels, IPL, laser, facial treatments not prescribed by the clinic for 2 weeks

  • Don’t pick, scratch, or peel the skin

  • Eat a healthy diet and hydrate with 2 – 3L of water

Who is unsuitable for treatment?
  • Almost all patients can benefit from HydraFacial

  • Active skin issue in the treatment area, including cold sores, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, cancer

  • Active or recent viral or bacterial infection (coughs, colds, flu)

  • Medications: Roaccutane in past 12 months, photosensitive medications

  • Photosensitive epilepsy

  • Allergies to product ingredients

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding

What products do you use?

Australian advertising guidelines prohibit us from mentioning specific brand names. We use a range of different products from various well-known brands. Please contact us for more information.

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Information on this site is not a substitute for professional medical advice