What's a Hydrating Facial? A hydrating facial is a treatment that moistures your skin up to its core. This treatment helps skin to recover its water content, especially in extreme hot or cold weathers. According to Esthetic Studio Two: "It is a complete deep skin treatment that includes double cleansing, enzyme exfoliant, gentle steam, extraction, relaxing facial, shoulder massage, serum, and hydrating masque to relieve stress. Its powerful components work to penetrate deep into the skin and moisturize on a more intense level." This studio is in Toronto, Canada. This treatment has four significant steps. First, your esthetician will proceed to cleanse. It's not a deep cleanse; your esthetician must avoid stripping away all your natural skin oils. Usually, they'll use a product like glycerin in this step. After cleansing, your esthetician is going to tone your skin. Toning means preparing the skin for the subsequent steps. Your esthetician is going to use products such as Supplamine, ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate), Glycerin, Hyaluronic Acid, and Lemon Peel Extract. Later, he or she is going to apply a treatment product to prepare the skin even more. Finally, your esthetician is going to use a hydrating product that's going to attract, bond, and trap the moisture of your skin. These products usually have components like Supplamine, Jojoba Oil, Squalene, and Shea Butter. A hydrating facial has many benefits. First, this treatment makes the skin look more subtle and plump. Additionally, your skin is going to look fresh and extremely healthy. By applying a hydrating facial, you're going to prevent the signs of aging such as wrinkles and smile lines. I bet you think this treatment only works for people with dry skin, but a hydrating facial is suitable for people with oily skin too because it removes all the excess of unnecessary oil your skin has and replaces it with the essential ones. This facial might have some side effects like redness, irritation, and breakouts. It's nothing to worry about, but always remember to stop treatment if you're not feeling comfortable with it.