This $1,000 Facial is Being Called "Liquid Surgery"

For visible results, spa-goers can opt for the new Liquid Surgery Facial. // Photo Credit: Lacheev/iStock/Getty Images Plus

To achieve dramatic results, it’s not always necessary to go under the knife. Guests at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills can now experience the new Liquid Surgery Facial ($1,000; 2 hours), which relies on products from Medical Beauty Research (MBR). The high-priced facial is designed to provide visible results immediately, such as restoring facial definition, minimizing lines, and renewing the overall complexion.

The treatment involves an initial consultation, followed by a double cleanse and intense enzyme peel. A concentrated hyaluronic acid serum is used to stimulate rejuvenation on all layers of the skin. The facial also incorporates nourishing masks and algae elixirs along with lymphatic drainage and deep-tissue massage techniques to lift, relax, and transform the skin. The treatment is finished with a customized moisturizer and eye cream to further refresh the skin.

“The Liquid Surgery Facial is truly the ultimate anti-gravity treatment, deeply regenerating the skin’s cellular functions and stimulating the production of the extra-cellular matrix molecules necessary for defined skin contours," says Magdaleena Nikolov, spa director at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. "By strengthening collagen fibers, the skin’s elasticity can also be restored, resulting in significantly reduced wrinkle depth and impressive immediate results.”


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