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HydraFacial: more than just a device
29 Jul 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
A happy guest after experiencing their first HydraFacial at Sofitel London St James / HydraFacial, 2021
HydraFacial is a brand that works perfectly with the positioning of our spas. The guest feedback also is extremely positive. On the business side also it makes sense because people who come here once, want to come back every month.
– Marie-Paule Nowlis General Manager, Sofitel London St James
Drowning in a sea of post-lockdown client demand? Looking to yield revenue opportunities without impacting your already stretched room utilisation?

HydraFacial has the answer, with a wealth of revenue growth opportunities for your spa.

HydraFacial works in harmony with existing topical skincare lines and treatment services already carried in the spa, naturally increasing post-treatment retail sales for your chosen brand partners – due to the outstanding instant results the treatment achieves.

Did you know every 15 seconds a HydraFacial is performed globally?

More in demand than ever, HydraFacial can benefit your business in a myriad of ways, including:

– Adding at least €1140 (£982, US$1,388) to your current client’s expenditure

– Attracting new clients and building a loyal, high-frequency customer base

– Giving immediate glowing results at low cost with clients walking away 100 per cent satisfied every time

– Offering a treatment suitable for all skin types and concerns, yet personalised to your clients’ needs.

As well as facial treatments, HydraFacial’s services extend to the body and scalp with all modalities built into one device.

“Not only does HydraFacial give you the option of providing guests with a private experience in a traditional treatment room, it also allows you to make the most of underutilised space within the spa,” commented Jaunita Quadros, spa director Sofitel London St James, “it creates a social treatment space and drives a new guest demographic, as we are proving during our HydraFacial pop-up event throughout June.”

Guests frequently request a pose with their post-HydraFacial glow and “gunkie” – the phenomenon which has lead HydraFacial to be the most visible tech-led treatment brand on social media validating what HydraFacial consumers say post-treatment, “you have to get it, to get it”.

Take a look at HydraFacial’s recent success at their consumer pop-up events in London and Dubai here.

HydraFacial certainly knows how to bring the buzz of ‘newness’ to your spa, don’t just take our word for it… see for yourself here.



If you’re interested in learning more about how HydraFacial works, head to HydraFacial’s official website.

For more details on adding HydraFacial to your business and to arrange a HydraFacial experience, please contact HydraFacial directly here.





Deep cleanse featuring HydraFacial’s patented vortex technology / Credit: HydraFacial, 2021



The HydraFacial Elite device treats the face, scalp and body / Credit: HydraFacial, 2021
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Since the 1998 launch of Blu Spas spa wellness design and planning company, Cary Collier, Doug Chambers and their international team have provided consulting, advisory and operating solutions for over 400 projects in 39 countries.

Blu is a full-service firm offering consulting, advisory and operating solutions.
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