John Lewis Raised The Beauty Bar

John Lewis Raised The Beauty Bar

British retailer launches world’s first HydraFacial Bar alongside new in-store clinics.

High tech ‘tweakments’ are now available for beauty floor shoppers, as John Lewis unveils a range of new ‘derm’ style experiences this winter.

Hot on the heels of the ‘skinimalism’ trend, shoppers will be able to book a medical-grade facial, consult an aesthetic practitioner and buy cosmeceutical skincare products more commonly found in private dermatology clinics.

Concept Cavendish Clinics will additionally roll out at Kingston, Milton Keynes, and London’s Peter Jones throughout the month. These locations join the Cavendish Clinics already open in the newly remodelled John Lewis store in Edinburgh.

Beauty connoisseurs will recognise the names behind the concept. Global treatment brand HydraFacial (renowned for its post treatment ‘gunkie’ shots and A-list fans) will be featured at the HydraFacial Bar operated by Cavendish Clinic, one of the UKs leading chains of aesthetic clinics.

It will be staffed by trained aestheticians, who will also offer advice on cosmeceutical skincare from brands like SkinCeuticals, Dr Levy and Heliocare.

Curiosity about non-invasive aesthetics treatments continues to grow in the UK, as customers seek more effective solutions to combat the signs of ageing and rejuvenate the skin.

Non-surgical procedures count 90% of all cosmetic procedures carried out in the UK, and make up 70% of the market.

And it’s not just women… the pressure to be ‘zoom ready’ means men’s grooming regimes now go beyond basic moisturiser.

The “HydraFacial Bar by Cavendish Clinic” is one of a number of beauty innovations from the popular retailer, as it continues to invest in in-store services and customer experiences.

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