Beauty & Wellbeing

The Savoy partners with Hydrafacial in London

Hydrafacial treatments will be offered in the hotel’s luxurious Beauty and Fitness suite


By Wendy Golledge

16 May 2024

The Savoy hotel in London will now feature Hydrafacial’s treatments on its Beauty and Fitness suite spa menu.

The spa menu will include Hydrafacial’s patented Vortex-Fusion technology and add-on boosters including lymphatic therapy and LED light therapy.

The treatments can be personalised to target unique bespoke skin goals from fine lines to hyperpigmentation and blemishes.

“Hydrafacial is an exciting addition to our wellbeing experience. We’re thrilled guests can now benefit from the brand’s understanding of skin health. The launch continues our dedication to offering a truly holistic approach to health and wellbeing in Beauty and Fitness.”

Franck Arnold

Regional vice president and managing director, The Savoy

The addition of Hydrafacial protocols to the Savoy’s Beauty and Fitness menu further enhances the spa’s wellness offerings.

These include a range of signature ritual treatments alongside Natura Bissé facials.

Located on the third floor, facilities at Beauty and Fitness include a swimming pool situated in its own atrium with a jet-stream for swimming against a current. There is also a sauna and steam room.

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“We are delighted to introduce Hydrafacial to The Savoy. Their ethos in providing bespoke experiences to every client aligns perfectly with Hydrafacial's reputation for innovation and personalisation.”

Erin White

Vice-president sales performance, EMEA, and country manager of Hydrafacial UK and Ireland

New sensitive peels

Hydrafacial is also expanding its range of customisable treatment options in June with Peel Sensitive.

Designed for clients seeking a gentle but effective exfoliation, the launch means Hydrafacial now offers personalised levels of resurfacing.

Peel Sensitive uses lactobionic acid (a PHA) and phytic acid (an AHA) in lieu of salicylic acid and glycolic acid to exfoliate sensitive and reactive skin without irritation.

Hydrafacial syndeo facial Treatment
Hydrafacial launched its new Syndeo device in April 2023

Skintutition Report

The Beauty Health Group, owners of Hydrafacial, has also revealed a compilation of insights, trends and predictions based on its clinical studies and data.

The Skintutition Report reflects on the trends that shaped 2023 and those that will continue to emerge in 2024.

Skintuition takeaways

• The group saw an increase in demand for body treatments, up 133%


• Hydrafacial providers saw an increase in demand for peptide-infused facials – 40% of boosters delivered globally contained this ingredient


• Top skin concerns were ageing (37%) and tone/texture (30%).

“The Skintuition Report reveals an appetite for retro ingredients with novel delivery methods and a growing interest in body skincare treatments,” said BeautyHealth chief marketing and communications officer, Amy Juaristi.

The full report is available here.

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