Skin care treatment brand HydraFacial has released its latest treatment protocols, launching two collaborations and four boosters.
The company claims that the boosters are designed to help clinics build a menu of prescriptive HydraFacial treatments.
Two of the boosters have been developed in partnership with Zo Skin Health. The HydraFacial Rozatrol Booster aims to minimise inflammation and redness, and the HydraFacial Brightalive Booster Serum is designed to block the production of pigmentation.
HydraFacial has also partnered with Nassif MD Dermaceuticals to create the NassifMD Hydraglucan Intense Hydration Booster, which is designed to hydrate the skin while restoring plumpness, according to HydraFacial.
Developed in-house, the fourth booster, called the ReGen GF, is a bioidentical growth hormone designed to support collagen synthesis and restore skin elasticity.
Director of HydraFacial, Martyn Roe, commented, “Our booster vials, and the collaborations behind them, offer unrivalled personalisation opportunities for clinics, harnessing name-recognition skincare pioneers with scientifically validated ingredients, all delivered through the trusted HydraFacial technology.”