There's Now a HyrdaFacial For Your Scalp

HydraFacial has a long history of of revolutionizing skin health, and now the company is crossing over into scalp health. You read that right—The HydraFacial Company announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind scalp treatment, HydraFacial Keravive. Keravive's proprietary serum targets every aspect of scalp and follicle health, and is a unique treatment designed to cleanse, stimulate, nourish and hydrate the scalp for fuller and healthier-looking hair. 

Like the original HydraFacial treatment, the scalp treatment is a three-step program. Two of the three scalp steps are performed in-office, including the cleanse/exfoliate and stimulate/nourish components, and the third part is a take-home spray that extends and enhances the results of treatment.

"The benefits of a healthy scalp are critically important, yet not widely understood," said Yael Halaas, MD, a Manhattan-based dermatologist, in a press release. "Any patient who has concerns about thinning or damaged hair can benefit by improving the health of their scalp. A healthy scalp is the foundation for healthier and fuller-looking hair."

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