Aquapure Shines Bright: The Benefits Speak for Themselves
When it comes to results, Aquapure takes the spotlight. Its multi-faceted approach ensures that your skin texture, tone, and clarity are significantly improved. The treatment is a formidable adversary against fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. But that’s not all; Aquapure excels in reducing pore sise, balancing oil production, and promoting overall skin health. Thanks to the integration of electroporation and iontophoresis technologies, Aquapure delivers targeted solutions that yield superior absorption and revitalised complexions.
Hydrafacial enjoys substantial brand recognition among clinicians in the UK, with a presence in popular magazines, a ubiquitous presence on Instagram and the sides of buses. Hydrafacial is also known for its it’s clever marketing and branding campaigns, such as #gunkie. The treatment capitalises on the current craze for hydradermabrasion, effortlessly riding the wave of this burgeoning trend and captivating the attention of skincare enthusiasts.
However, the slight gap in recognition for Aquapure is attributed to its origin as a Korean technology, making its way to the UK and US more recently. In Korea, Aquapure has already garnered a devoted following and has become a staple choice for beauty enthusiasts seeking to invigorate and elevate their skin before important events or as part of a scheduled skincare routine.
Due to it’s growing popularlity, the Hydrafacial machines are also growing in price, with standard devices now costing around £30,000. Although a sound investment for a clinic looking to earn it’s cost back in treatments over time, it’s high machine cost puts it out of the reach of most small to medium sized UK clinics.
Aquapure, whilst also an investment a clinic would have to consider, is priced at a considerably lower price point, meaning less treatments necessary for a clinic to return to making a profit.
The Aquapure is also cheaper to run, with its consumable Aquasolutions priced considerably more reasonably than Hydrafacial’s various serums. Many Hydrafacial owners use Aquasolutions in their treatments in order to keep costs as low as possible. Per treatment, Aquapure costs can be as low as £8-12.
As the skincare landscape continues to evolve, both Hydrafacial and Aquapure showcase their distinctive attributes, catering to diverse preferences and capturing the imagination of those who seek transformative skincare experiences.