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HydraFacial Just Announced a New Partnership With Murad

Talk about a dream team: HydraFacial and Murad are teaming up to launch a Murad Retinol Booster that can be incorporated into the cult-classic HydraFacial treatment that gives skin a hydrated, dewy glow.

Inspired by one of the best-selling retinol products in the U.S., Murad’s Retinol Youth Renewal Serum, the new booster is the first time HydraFacial has offered a retinol-based treatment as part of its famous three-step protocol. “This partnership will offer HydraFacial clients and consumers the opportunity to experience Dr. Murad’s lifelong commitment to science-backed wellness combined with our HydraFacial history of empowering people to face life face first with both instant and lasting results,” says Clint Carnell, CEO of The HydraFacial Company, in a press release.

It makes perfect sense to include retinol, which is still considered the gold standard anti-aging ingredient for its ability to accelerate cell renewal, minimize the look of wrinkles and breakouts, and even out skin tone, among other benefits. “Retinol is well-known as the gold standard, that’s why my patients ask for it frequently,” says dermatologist and Murad founder Howard Murad, MD. “However, I saw a significant need for a new product that worked more quickly and didn’t cause irritation and dryness. After years of research and development, we have finally perfected the science of retinol with our proprietary Retinol Tri-Active Technology. Our combination of a fast-acting retinol, time-released retinol and a retinol booster deliver powerful skin renewal without the traditional effects of retinol. I am proud to partner with HydraFacial on our Retinol Booster, developed exclusively for professional skin-care providers to deliver the powerful renewing results that I see with my patients.”

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