Wedding season is making a comeback for summer ‘21. It seems that the days of cancelling or postponing nuptials may, at last, be coming to an end. For some couples, that might mean fast-tracking plans to waltz down the aisle pronto. For others, a play-it-safe 2022 wedding date could mean there’s time to delve into the finer details.
The HydraFacial is one of Hollywood’s best-loved treatments, known for giving the A-list a red carpet glow with high-powered cleansing and exfoliation. Designed to target all skin types – from dry and dull to oily and acne-prone – it features Vortex-Fusion® technology to transform your complexion. This advanced machine works to suck out any impurities, then plumps pores with your personalised cocktail of skin-loving ingredients.
It’s entirely tailored to you, whether you’re looking to blitz blackheads or soothe dry, sensitive skin. You’ll be stepping out of our London clinic with your most radiant glow yet.
The HydraFacial process
There are six steps involved in a HydraFacial. They are:
Step 1. Lymphatic drainage to increase blood circulation.
Step 2. Deep cleansing and exfoliation to remove dead layers of skin.
Step 3. A chemical Peel to give the skin a glow.
Step 4. Extractions to eliminate blackheads and impurities.
Step 5. Hydration, by bathing skin with a bespoke blend of antioxidants.
Step 6. LED light to stimulate collagen and kill bacteria.
What can I expect from a HydraFacial?
From the second we switch off the LED light, expect a radiant glow. Buffed and hydrated skin will look brighter instantly, and makeup will apply much smoother. However, the best effects from your facial will be seen after one week, when luminosity is at its highest level. That’s why we recommend booking in advance of big events. It’s a must-try before weddings and parties – or ‘just because’.
Want to know more?
Head to our blog to read up on the HydraFacial benefits you need to know. You can also arrange a consultation with us at Mallucci London by calling 0203 915 7400 or filling out our online request form.