Murfreesboro’s Hydrafacial


HydraFacial is now in Murfreesboro

We are proud to offer the latest technological advancement in non-surgical, non-invasive facial and body rejuvenation. HydraFacial is not merely a facial. It uses patented Vortex Technology to cleanse, exfoliate, extract, and hydrate simultaneously. There is minimal to no downtime. It is a medical grade treatment from which you can experience rejuvenated skin, improved tone, and a decrease in fine lines and wrinkles. The HydraFacial is completely customizable; therefore, it is suitable for everyone on all areas of the body. It is perfect to use in combination with many other treatments like injectables and peels to enhance the effects of those treatments. You also have the option of adding additional features such as lymphatic drainage of the face and/or body, dermal builders, and RED and BLUE light therapy.

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HydraFacial: Not Your Typical Facial in Murfreesboro

The HydraFacial resurfacing procedure thoroughly cares for your skin, providing cleansing, exfoliation, extractions, and hydration, including Vortex-Fusion of antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid. The HydraFacial is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure with no discomfort or downtime that is now available in Murfreesboro.

The HydraFacial treatment merges soothing and invigorating spa therapies with advanced medical technology.

This treatment:

3 Steps

Cleanse / Peel

Gently exfoliates to uncover a new layer of skin

Extract / Hydrate

Extraction nozzle cleanses pores and moisturizes clean pores

Fuse / Protect

Smooths and repairs skin with antioxidants and peptides

Webb Signature HydraFacial in Murfreesboro

This treatment includes all the benefits above, except it begins with an exfoliating polish and has an added masque customized to your skin type.

Webb Express HydraFacial

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Additional Features of HydraFacial

Though the HydraFacial is completely customizable based on each patient’s skin needs, the 4 main steps are outlined below and are also illustrated in the accompanying video.

Watch the video that explains the process of a HydraFacial.

Lymphatic Drainage

Provides an added enhancement to the HydraFacial MD procedure. 33% of the lymphatic system is in the face. By stimulating the lymphatic system, this feature helps drain puffiness and swollen tissue, supports the body’s immune system, helps the body heal from surgery, and aids in the body’s natural waste removal or detoxification. Lymphatic drainage results in improved skin tone, reduced puffiness, and boosted circulation that brings a glow to the skin. Combined with the HydraFacial MD, your skin will have an immediate, healthy glow.


Containing many of the same ingredients as the HydraFacial MD Treatment, DermaBuilder is an advanced age-refining peptide complex serum to help smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and enhance skin elasticity. With this added treatment, your skin’s texture and tone will both improve, along with longer lasting results.

RED and BLUE Light Therapy

The HydraFacial LED Light Therapy can be applied either as an add-on to a HydraFacial MD treatment or as a stand-alone treatment. The RED LED light will stimulate skin collagen to improve the appearance of your skin’s firmness and resilience. It helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other signs of aging. The BLUE LED light, on the other hand, works to benefit those who suffer from oily skin and breakouts. This treatment is now available in Murfreesboro!

Frequently Asked Questions About HydraFacial

A HydraFacial is a non-invasive skincare treatment that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration, and antioxidant protection. It’s designed to improve the health of your skin and can address a variety of skin concerns, such as dryness, acne, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation.
The HydraFacial treatment uses a patented device to deliver exfoliation, cleansing, extraction, and hydration to the skin. The device uses different HydroPeel tips and a vortex-swirling action to deliver serums and remove impurities from the skin.
No, a HydraFacial is generally not painful. Most clients report that the treatment is comfortable and relaxing.
A HydraFacial treatment typically takes about 30-60 minutes, making it a convenient option for those with busy schedules.
HydraFacial is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. Your skincare professional can tailor the treatment to your unique skin conditions and needs.
Yes, HydraFacial can help reduce acne by unclogging pores and delivering salicylic acid, a common acne-fighting ingredient, deep into the skin to help clear up blemishes.
Side effects are minimal and can include slight redness immediately following the treatment, which typically subsides quickly.
It’s often recommended to get a HydraFacial once every four weeks or so, but your skincare professional can provide a more personalized recommendation based on your skin concerns.
After a HydraFacial, you can expect to see an improvement in skin texture and tone. The skin usually appears more hydrated and radiant immediately following the treatment.
There is no downtime required after a HydraFacial, and most people return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment.
While a HydraFacial can significantly improve skin health and appearance, it’s not a replacement for a daily skincare routine. Consistent home care is essential to maintain the results.
The cost of a HydraFacial can vary depending on the location, the expertise of the provider, and any additional serums or treatment add-ons. Prices can range anywhere from $150 to $300 per session.
HydraFacial can be safely combined with other non-invasive treatments like LED light therapy or oxygen facials, but it’s essential to consult your skincare professional for personalized advice.
Individuals with active rashes, sunburns, or rosacea may be advised to wait until their skin condition improves. Additionally, pregnant women should consult with their healthcare provider before the treatment.
Look for licensed estheticians or dermatologists who offer HydraFacial treatments. It’s crucial to select a provider who is trained and experienced with the HydraFacial device.
HydraFacial provides hydration and uses a vortex-fusion delivery system to infuse the skin with serums, while microdermabrasion primarily focuses on exfoliation without the infusion of serums. HydraFacial is typically more gentle on the skin.

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