HydraFacial Opens New Headquarters

The HydraFacial Company has opened new headquarters in California // Photo via The HydraFacial Company

The HydraFacial Company has undergone a lot of new changes during 2017 – a rebranding, over 100 new hires, and most recently, a new headquarters. At the end of October, The HydraFacial Company officially opened its doors at the new HydraFacial Headquarters in Long Beach, CA.

“The HydraFacial Company is proud of our recent expansion to a brand-new state of the art facility where we can better innovate, manufacture and train on our American made products.," says Clint Carnell, CEO of The HydraFacial Company.  "As the HydraFacial Nation continues its rapid growth, it’s important we invest in the facilities to keep pace with our growing demand.”

The new headquarters comes as part of HydraFacial's continued growth plan, which also produced a new training facility. Corporate departments operating out of the new headquarters include customer care, sales support, finance, marketing, human resources, and the leadership team. HydraFacial's research and development team is slated to move to the new Long Beach location in 2018.

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Manufacturing will continue to operate out of the brand's Signal Hill, CA, office, where all HydraFacial Machines are produced locally.

The new HydraFacial Headquarters is located at 2165 Spring St., Long Beach, CA, 90806. For more information, visit www.hydrafacialco.com.

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