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The backbone of HowtobeaRedhead.com is our ‘Redhead Friendly’ approval process. It’s what inspired the launch of the H2BAR Box, the “How to be a Redhead” book and the redhead beauty events. All products + services recommended by us have been meticulously tested by a redhead and if it passes all of the testings, it is deemed ‘Redhead Friendly Approved’.

We have heard so much about the HydraFacial Treatment. It’s defined as a medical-grade hydradermabrasion device that carries out a patented three-part regimen — cleansing, exfoliating, and then infusing skin with intensive serums. It is known to be a gentler facial + vacuums out pores while simultaneously pushing in potent actives, which moisturize, brighten, plump, and protect. The machine’s handpiece holds patented spiralized treatment tips equipped with “vortex technology” — the whirling force that both giveth and taketh away.

Is the HydraFacial Treatment ‘Redhead Friendly’? Before we test it ourselves, we want our listeners to know the process we take to approve products. We thoroughly research + always contact companies with questions.

We talk with Clara Hughes, a licensed esthetician and Training and Education Manager at The HydraFacial Company.

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Clara has been with The HydraFacial company for over seven years and continues to lead promotional events, assist in sales and marketing for both national and international trade shows, promotional media segments and training programs.

Here are some of the questions we ask her:

1. We read that the HydraFacial is one of the most popular in-office facial treatments right now. It is so popular that one is performed every 15 seconds around the world. What exactly is the HydraFacial and how is it different from an actual facial?

2. Redheads are known to have sensitive skin and suffer from redness and rosacea. Who is a good candidate for a HydraFacial?

3. How long does the procedure take? Any side effects?

4. Can you go in the sun after? Do you recommend sunscreen after the treatment?

5. How often should you get a HydraFacial?

6. HydraFacial’s newest scalp procedure, Keravive, is designed to cleanse, stimulate, nourish, and hydrate the scalp for fuller and healthier-looking hair. Redheads really suffer from itchy scalps. Can you walk us through this technique? It sounds so interesting!

After interviewing Clara, we talk about Julianne Moore’s skin, her skin routine and the products she uses. Read more here [coming soon].

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