WHAT IS HYDRAFACIAL KERAVIVE?
Hydrafacial Keravive, offered by Dr Grace Kelly Aesthetic Skin Clinic in Chalfont St Peter, is a variation of the Hydrafacial treatment. Hydrafacial Keravive has been specially formulated to deliver the same amazing results, but for the hair and scalp.
Dry skin, dead skin cells, clogged follicles and poor circulation on the scalp can affect healthy hair growth, leaving it looking thinner and lifeless and / or damaged.
HOW DOES HYDRAFACIAL KERAVIVE WORK FOR HAIR GROWTH?
Hydrafacial Keravive for hair growth is applied directly to the scalp. It is carried through a 3-step process that includes both an in-clinic procedure at our Chalfont St Peter practice and a 30-day spray for use at home.
Step 1 – Cleanse and Peel.
This stage uses Vortex technology to rid the scalp and follicles from oil, dirt and other impurities, as well as increasing circulation.
Step 2 – Stimulate and Nourish.
Hydrafacial Keravive’s exclusive peptide complex solution works to feed the skin with enriching growth factors and skin proteins to help improve the health and functioning of the skin and follicles.
Step 3 – Extend and Enhance.
Daily use of the 30-day Keravive peptide complex spray helps to maintain the health of the scalp and follicles. As well as enhancing the results of the in-clinic procedure, Keravive peptide complex spray provides the scalp with daily stimulation.
WHAT RESULTS CAN I EXPECT FROM KERAVIVE SCALP TREATMENT?
Improving the health of the skin on the head with Hydrafacial Keravive can positively impact the growth of the hair. Depending on your concerns you may be advised by Dr Grace Kelly to undergo a course of 3 treatments, performed every 4 weeks, to obtain maximum results. The outcome can be noticeable after the very first treatment session with many of our Buckinghamshire patients reporting: less itching, less dryness, less flakiness, and fuller, thicker, more luscious hair.