Hydrafacial announced a partnership with Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare to co-create a new booster that will bring the skin care brand into the treatment room as a Hydrafacial treatment customization option. The company also released a new Triple AHA Exfoliating Booster with Glytone.
“Our booster strategy truly sets Hydrafacial apart, as the only one of its kind in the industry. We give estheticians the ultimate personalized treatment tool and are excited to expand our booster offerings through this partnership with the renowned Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare brand,” said BeautyHealth president and chief executive officer, Andrew Stanleick. “We are thrilled to progress our R&D pipeline; the combined skincare expertise of Hydrafacial and Dr. Gross will no doubt deliver a powerful addition to the Hydrafacial booster family.”
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The Glytone AHA Resurfacing Cellular Booster combines three alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) that may help improve the appearance of skin surface and texture to provide a radiant, glowing complexion. The booster will launched at providers nationally in the U.S. on Nov. 9, 2022. The Hydrafacial and Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare booster will be available in 2023.
“Glytone’s acid-based formulas for at-home care and in-office chemical peels use innovative and advanced technologies to target skin concerns such as hyperpigmentation, uneven texture, photo-aging, acne, or Keratosis Pilaris,” said Sebastian Werner, CEO of Pierre Fabre USA Inc. “We are pleased to combine our expertise with Hydrafacial to continue to deliver visible results.”
The two new boosters will join the additional 20 other boosters, many co-created with skin care brands, which estheticians are able to use to customize and personalize each Hydrafacial treatment according to the client's skin concerns.