Peninsula Beverly Hills Adds Biologique Recherche Facials

The Peninsula Spa at the Peninsula Beverly Hills (CA) has partnered with Biologique Recherche to debut five results-oriented facials. This personalized program brings together the French luxury skincare company’s clinical approach with The Peninsula Spa’s world-class service. “Biologique Recherche is a complete system that works with the skin, not against it, to help it balance and heal itself,” says Philippe Allouche, M.D., co-owner, head of creation, and CEO of Biologique Recherche. “Our formulas and treatments work synergistically to rebuild better skin and treat specific skin conditions.” The five facial treatments include:

Healthy Glow ($295, 60 minutes) is an intensive and sophisticated facial, in which the skin receives an in-depth analysis, followed by a deep cleansing and exfoliation. Also, a personalized manual lift technique is used, along with the application of customized anti-aging serums and a facial mask according to the client’s specific skin type. The result is visibly restored, smoother, and younger-looking skin.

Balancing ($310, 60 minutes) is a facial that is designed to restore the skin’s PH, bringing brightness and balance back to the skin. The treatment involves a Biologique Recherche specialist who will address a variety of acneic skin conditions utilizing highly active and effective ingredients to begin treating both the superficial and deep tissues of the skin. A mask will also be applied to hydrate, tighten, and reduce breakouts. 

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Forever Young ($345, 60 minutes) is a facial treatment, which begins with a complete facial cleanse to remove buildup, along with an application of P50 lotion to exfoliate and moisturize the face and décolleté. This age-defying treatment restores elasticity and re-sculpts the facial structure with a manual lifting massage, personalized mask, and serums that are designed to target many skin conditions. 

Forever Young Intensive ($445, 90 minutes) is a revolutionary facial that utilizes a form of electro spun hyaluronic acid, which is known for its incredible ability to plump and hydrate the skin, to visibly treat wrinkles and to provide a genuine alternative to conventional fillers. Sterile electro-spun hyaluronic acid patches are customized to fit the face and applied to the target areas, while Seconde Peau Serum is then massaged into the patches until fully absorbed. This specific application allows for intense regeneration to occur with instantly visible results for radiant and plumped skin.

Remodeling, Face, Neck and Décolletté ($395, 90 minutes) is an age-defying treatment that targets the neck and décolleté to restore elasticity and stimulate circulation. This treatment is recommended to be completed in a progressive series for long-term results.

“Our goal is to provide our guests a truly bespoke facial experience,” says Amber Loose, spa director at The Peninsula Spa at the Peninsula Beverly Hills (CA). “Combining our talented estheticians with Biologique Recherche’s exceptional techniques and products introduces a one-of-a-kind spa experience, luxurious in both its execution and exclusivity.”

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