Glen Ivy Hot Springs Adds HydraFacial Services to Spa Menu
Premier wellness destination Glen Ivy Hot Springs in Corona, California has added HydraFacial services to its treatment menu. HydraFacials are non-irritating, hydrating treatments that offer visible results with no downtime. The spa will offer 50 and 80-minute HydraFacial services that are beneficial for all skin types, targeting wrinkles, fine lines, dehydrated skin, uneven skin tone, hyper-pigmentation, sun damage, brown spots, enlarged pores, congested pores, blemishes, and oily-prone skin.
HydraFacials use an innovative HydraPeel Tip, which is a pen-like device that utilizes suction to vacuum out impurities while simultaneously hydrating the skin with nourishing serums. The three-step process starts with cleansing, followed by exfoliation to clear impurities, and hydration for the perfect glow. The treatment concludes with LED Light Therapy to further reduce the visible signs of aging. The 80-minute service also includes lymphatic drainage and offers guests the choice between a HydraFacial Perk eye or lip treatment to hydrate and plump some of the most delicate areas of the face.
“We are excited to introduce HydraFacials to our guests,” says Christopher Scheel, General Manager of Glen Ivy Hot Springs. “HydraFacials offer radiant results in a non-invasive and non-irritating way. We are thrilled to offer guests an unforgettable glow from HydraFacial treatments paired with a day of rest and wellness at Glen Ivy.”
The HydraFacial costs $200 for 50 minutes or $300 for 80 minutes. For more information or to book a treatment, call 888-453-6489 or visit Glen Ivy’s official site. Follow them on Instagram: @glenivy_spa
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