New Clinical Study Finds Hydrafacial Clarifying Treatments Improve Acne Skin Concerns in 100 Percent of Participants
During the 12-week assessment, study participants, ranging in age from 19 to 48 and with varied skin tones, received a clarifying Hydrafacial treatment from a trained esthetician every two weeks. All participants reported a significant improvement in acne severity, finding they had fewer acne lesions and cleaner, more radiant-looking skin.
Additionally, participants reported a significant boost in confidence in their appearance at the conclusion of the study, growing from 40 percent feeling more confident after their first treatment to 100 percent, after their final treatment.
“We are thrilled to present these latest findings on the benefits of Hydrafacial clarifying treatments for those suffering from acne,” says BeautyHealth Chief Medical Officer and study co-author Dr.
To try the clarifying treatment for yourself, find a Hydrafacial provider near you. The full study is available in the December issue of
Beyond clarifying benefits, every Hydrafacial treatment is highly customizable via a portfolio of more than 20 boosters designed to address individual skin concerns. Unlike traditional facials, it’s performed via device rather than by hand, for deeper penetration and longer lasting results.
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Important factors, among others, that may affect actual results or outcomes include The Beauty Health Company’s ability to execute its business plan, including Hydrafacial’s ability to execute its booster strategy and launch anticipated boosters on time; the possibility that not all participants in the study are representative of all skin tones and skin types; the possibility that not all users of Hydrafacial’s clarifying treatments will see improvement to their individual acne concerns; potential litigation involving The