Everyone desires a radiant and youthful-looking skin. You can attain a natural glow with a facial, which is becoming increasingly popular, rather than spending a lot on lotions, oils, serums, and creams. HydraFacial is a popular procedure that achieves and maintains long-term skin health, making it different from regular spa services. As seen on the Hydrafacial website, the procedure is conducted every 15 seconds and is currently offered worldwide. It has expanded to more than 80 countries, the United States inclusive. It has grown in popularity as it gives skin an immediate “wow factor” in firming and brightness. 

Who Is The Right Candidate For a Hydrafacial Keravive Treatment?

The Keravive treatment is suitable for everyone who wishes to have a healthier scalp and fuller hair. Also, if you have the following symptoms, the best treatment for you is the HydraFacial Keravive:

  1. Itching, flakes on the scalp, or irritation 
  2. Unhealthy hairs from the action of hormones, environment, or physiological conditions like stress.
  3. Getting ready for a hair transplant or getting treatments for hair loss like Rogaine, Propecia, PRP, or Laser Therapy.

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How Can I Know If I Should Have a Keravive Treatment? 

A HydraFacial Keravive scalp health treatment can help anyone who wants to improve the condition of their scalp and hair generally or who wants to improve hair thinning or hair loss. To address issues with your hair and scalp, such as dry, damaged, or thinning hair, clogged hair follicles, and dry scalp, HydraFacial Keravive is intended to assist in eliminating impurities and revitalizing your scalp. Patients should continue using the at-home spray and receive the HydraFacial Keravive in-office treatment every month for three consecutive months to achieve optimum results. A maintenance in-office procedure is also recommended every one to three months.

What Should I Expect Before and After My Keravive Treatment? 

Before the procedure 

We advise patients to arrive for the procedure with clean, dry hair free of styling products for the best outcomes. 

When receiving treatment 

The procedure takes about 30 minutes. The procedure is non-painful, delicate, and soothing. You will experience some suction on your scalp during the treatment, and the cooling effects of the solutions will also be felt. 

After the treatment 

15-20 minutes after the treatment, your scalp and hair should be dry. Patients should wait for the scalp and hair to absorb the solution and spray thoroughly before applying heat. Patients are advised not to use a hairdryer for an hour after therapy or spray application. You can use hair styling products as soon as the product has been absorbed and your hair or scalp has dried. Lastly, we advise you to wait at least 6 to 12 hours after treatment before washing your hair. 

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I’m a vegan. Can I use this product? Are the ingredients animal-derived or animal-tested? 

There are no animal byproducts or animal testing in the ingredients. 

Can I receive this treatment if I am nursing or pregnant?

It is not advised to use this treatment because it has not been researched on pregnant or nursing women. 

Can I use the spray or get the treatment if I have taped-in or bonded extensions?

Yes, clients of bonded or taped-in hair extensions can use the HydraFacial Keravive treatment and take-home spray. The scalp should be sprayed for the take-home spray, not the hair or extensions. 

Can I use the spray or undergo the treatment if I have colored hair?

Clients with colored hair can undergo the HydraFacial Keravive treatment and use the take-home spray without altering the color or dyes in their hair.

​Can I still receive this treatment if I have seborrheic dermatitis?

HydraFacial Keravive scalp treatment will help reduce scalp flaking and is safe for clients with seborrheic dermatitis. 

Can I receive this treatment if I’ve already had a scalp skin cancer diagnosis?

It is best to speak with your doctor before beginning a HydraFacial Keravive treatment. Clients treated for or recovered from scalp skin cancer have not been studied for this procedure. 

Does this procedure interact with natural oils, topical treatments, or topical drugs such as Minoxidil (used in Regaine)?

There are no known interactions between any topical drugs or over-the-counter topical remedies. The HydraFacial Keravive procedure should enhance scalp health and simplify topical administration. When using the HydraFacial Keravive take-home spray in conjunction with other topical drugs or treatments, the client should apply the HydraFacial Keravive spray first, then apply the additional topical product. 

Get started with us today!

We are happy to inform you that we now offer HydraFacial Keravive at Eye Candy Vision and Beauty Clinic in Arcadia. We think HydraFacial Keravive is consistent with our objective of providing the latest skin and scalp treatments. Our service is a state-of-the-art hair treatment that works without oral drugs to deliver long-lasting results. We are thrilled by the potential of this innovative, distinctive, and brand-new technology to help customers to achieve their thickest, fullest, and healthiest hair. Thinning hair and a dry scalp don’t have to be permanent. If you discover that other scalp-stimulating products haven’t been functioning or if you aren’t interested in more aggressive hair restoration procedures, we strongly recommend you to consider the HydraFacial Keravive treatment. HydraFacial Keravive can encourage a healthier scalp regardless of the cause of the damage.

Please contact us if you have questions about this therapy or other hair restoration procedures, we provide at Eye Candy Vision and Beauty Clinic. We are eager to assist you in making the next step toward a healthier scalp and more beautiful hair.

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