Hydrafacial Unveils Peel Sensitive

HydraFacial Peel Sensitive

Hydrafacial, the brand renowned for its Vortex Fusion Technology facial, has announced the launch of Peel Sensitive, a gentle yet effective professional skin-boosting treatment. Expanding its range of customisable treatments for all skin types, Peel Sensitive provides personalised resurfacing levels to leave the skin radiant, rejuvenated, and calm.

Peel Sensitive leverages the gentle exfoliating properties of lactobionic acid (a PHA) and phytic acid (an AHA), replacing the traditionally used salicylic acid and glycolic acid. This innovative formulation ensures effective exfoliation without irritating inflamed or sensitive skin, delivering impressive results both immediately and over time.

“The new Peel Sensitive is a fantastic addition to Hydrafacial’s range of personalisation options, particularly for those with sensitive and reactive skin types,” explained multi-award-winning aesthetic doctor, Dr Ana Mansouri. “The blend of lactobionic acid and phytic acid provides gentle chemical exfoliation, enhancing cellular turnover without causing redness or irritation.”

Seamlessly integrated into Hydrafacial’s signature 3-step process of cleansing, extracting, and hydrating, Peel Sensitive gently removes dead skin cells, reduces congestion, and protects against free radicals. The result is clearer, brighter, and healthier skin, achieved with no pain and zero downtime.

Hydrafacial Peel Sensitive is now available in clinics across the USA, UK, and Ireland, with prices starting from £125/$150. To find your nearest clinic, visit hydrafacial.com/find-a-hydrafacialist.

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