The new Dermalogica x HydraFacial Treatment combines HydraFacial technology with Dermalogica’s powerful formulations to optimise skin health.
By Lauren Heath-Jones
15 September 2022
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A non-invasive, multi-step therapy, the protocol combines hydra-dermabrasion, a chemical peel, LED light therapy and painless extraction with active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, peptides and antioxidants.
The treatment can also be adapted to include a personalised booster to improve skin ageing and hydration or lymphatic drainage to detoxify.
The partnership, described as two powerhouse brands united in one service, means that HydraFacial and Dermalogica clients can achieve glowing results with a treatment that compliments their at-home skincare routines.
“This new protocol offers fantastic personalisation for consumers, harnessing a name-recognition skincare brand with scientifically validated ingredients, all delivered through the HydraFacial technology."
Lauren GibsonUK country manager, HydraFacial
“With Dermalogica’s reputation as skin health experts, dedicated to education and results-driven skin treatments, we’re proud to deliver a new protocol with HydraFacial that allows our customers an advanced professional skin treatment option that delivers incredible results,” said Vanessa Burlingham, head of retail at Dermalogica.
Lauren Gibson, HydraFacial UK’s country manager, added: “HydraFacial is an exciting way to bring Dermalogica’s customisable ethos to life. I’m delighted we have created a new protocol within the HydraFacial family.
“This new protocol offers fantastic personalisation for consumers, harnessing a name-recognition skincare brand with scientifically validated ingredients, all delivered through the HydraFacial technology. The brands create a perfect synergy,” she added.
The new Dermalogica x HydraFacial Treatment is available exclusively at two of Dermalogica’s flagship stores; Duke of York Square in London, UK and St Arthur’s Square in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The treatment starts at £120 for 45 minutes, with a course of four treatments costing £300.