Hydrating your face year round with a one of a kind facial

Hydrafacial is one of the leading skin treatments according to Dr. Weeks.

Our skin is exposed to many elements in the Sun City including dust, dirt, pollution and stress. Sun damage is the greatest issue according to Dr. Lyle Weeks, facial plastic surgeon and owner of Envy Aesthetic Center.

These elements break down vital skin cells like collagen and elastin which help keep skin fresh and looking young.

In order to improve the quality of your skin Dr. Weeks recommends regular maintenance, cleansing and the popular and effective HydraFacial Treatment.

The treatment utilizes some of the most powerful antioxidants to revitalize and protect skin by merging spa therapies and advanced medical technology for long term results.

Dr. Weeks said the treatment is broken down into four steps:

1. Cleansing and Exfoliation; removing dead skin cells and revealing healthy new skin.

2. Acid Peel; the gentle peel helps to loosen dirt and debris from pores without causing any irritation.

3. Extractions; Painless, automated extractions use vortex suction to clean out pores.

4. Hydration; once skin is clear of dead skin and dirt or debris antioxidants and hyaluronic acid are vortex-fused to nourish and protect.

The HydraFacial treatment is great for any skin type and can help target specific issues such as black heads, sun damage, enlarged pores, acne, uneven skin tone, brown spots and wrinkles or aging fine lines.

KFOX14 Morning Anchor Kezhal Dashti and Traffic Anchor Kandolite Flores will be trying out the treatment for the first time. Tune into Facebook live at 3:15 p.m. to see the Envy staff perform the treatment.

To see other treatments featured on KFOX14 check out Dr. Weeks expertise on Carpe Diem with Erika Castillo; Non invasive cosmetic procedures and Cool Sculpting.

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