Diamond Glow vs. Hydrafacial

 

Spoiler Alert: We prefer DiamondGlow

DiamondGlow is one of the most popular services at Penobscot Medical Aesthetics.  Unlike Hydrafacial, the medical-grade serums used in DiamondGlow treatments reach the dermal-epidermal junction for enhanced results.  DiamondGlow is less well-known than Hydrafacial because it tends to be chosen by physician-directed practices versus day spas and is completely customizable.

How does DiamondGlow compare to Hydrafacial?

DiamondGlow:

-Tends to be chosen by physician-directed practices versus day spas.

-Always includes face, neck, eyes and lips

-Uses a custom diamond tip and serum-based off of client’s needs and skin sensitivity.

-Simultaneously exfoliates, extracts, and infuses specialized serum using the patented pneumatic hand piece, delivering serums into the dermal-epidermal junction.

-Volumizes skin by 70%

-Stimulates faster cell turnover

-Visibly reduces fine lines and wrinkles

-Improves radiance

-Treats the entire body: back acne, stretch marks, sun damage, wrinkles, and fine lines on the chest, cellulite on thighs, keratotsis pilaris, extreme dryness on hands and feet.

-Hand piece includes lymphatic drainage, designed to drain toxins from the lymph nodes to enhance complexion.

-Clients can earn and use Alle points on DiamondGlow

 

Hydrafacial:

-Uses vacuum pressure to exfoliate skin prior to applying serums to newly exfoliated face.

-Treatment is limited to the face

-Reaches only the surface of skin, omitting the deeper layers where damage exists and nutrients are most needed.

-While nice results are achieved with Hydrafacial, the application is very limited.

-Popular in day spas and hotel spas as a one-size fits all treatment, and for its ability to safely deliver quality facial treatments.