Five-star Manchester hotel becomes first in the UK to offer in-room facial aesthetics for guests


Botox via room service! Five-star Manchester hotel becomes first in the UK to offer in-room aesthetic treatments including fillers and Hollywood facials

  • The Lowry Hotel in Salford now provides in-room facial aesthetic treatments 
  • Guests are able to receive dermal fillers and Botox from comfort of their room
  • Prices range from £70 to £500 for treatments including skin peels and IV drips

A five-star hotel has become the first in the UK to offer in-room facial aesthetic treatments for guests. 

The Lowry Hotel in Salford, Manchester, has announced its new partnership with cosmetics clinic DermAssure, which allows guests to enjoy aesthetic treatments from the comfort of their bedrooms.

Prices rage from £70 to £500 for both facial and non-facial aesthetic procedures – including underarm Botox to stop excessive sweating – as well as skincare treatments.

Guests of the hotel are able to book in advance via the DermAssure website or call the spa at The Lowry Hotel and will receive a consultation upon arrival for their stay.

The Lowry Hotel in Salford, Manchester, become the first in the UK to offer in-room facial aesthetic treatments for guests. Pictured, one of the rooms where treatments are available 

Guests pose outside the five-star Lowry Hotel in Salford which recently announced their new partnership with cosmetics clinic DermAssure

Guests pose outside the five-star Lowry Hotel in Salford which recently announced their new partnership with cosmetics clinic DermAssure 

However beauty fans can also arrange spur of the moment treatments if there is availability in the spa during your stay. Non-booked appointments will also require a consultation.   

The DermAssure clinical team predict the most popular treatments with guests will be the anti-wrinkle and dermal fillers, plus non-invasive skin care peels. 

A particular favourite among their clients is the Red Carpet Peel – a Hollywood loved method which provides accelerated exfoliation using different types of acids to even the skin tone and minimise fine lines. 

Along with dermal filler, guests can also undergo dermaplaning treatment for £70, which removes peach fuzz and dead surface skin with the gentle scrape of a fine scalpel. 

Prices rage from £70 to £500 for both facial and non-facial aesthetic procedures - including underarm Botox to stop excessive sweating - as well as skin care treatments. Pictured, the hotel foyer

Prices rage from £70 to £500 for both facial and non-facial aesthetic procedures – including underarm Botox to stop excessive sweating – as well as skin care treatments. Pictured, the hotel foyer 

Others available treatments include glycolic peels, usually used to treat acne prone skin, which use glycolic liquid to remove dead skin cells and make skin seem smoother. 

A milder alternative on offer is the milk peel, which uses lactic acid found dairy products to work on the epidermal layer of the skin and unclog pores, making skin appear brighter with less fine lines. 

The clinic also offers PROFHILO treatments, an injectable treatment which adds hydration rather than volume to the skin and requires two sessions with a four-week interval.     

What treatments can you receive in your hotel room and how much will they cost? 

Botox – 1 Area – £120; 2 Areas – £170; All 3 Areas – £220

Dermal Filler –  starting from £120

PROFHILO – £280 or two sessions for £500

Glycolic Peel – £80

Milk Peel – £75

Dermaplaning – £70

Red Carpet Peel – £95

Underarm Botox – Starting from £370

And for those who simply need a little bit of TLC, celebrity adored, IV vitamin drips are available to help boost your skin and immune system through an infusion of vitamins and minerals.  

Tanya Andrews, Spa Manager from The Spa at The Lowry Hotel said: ‘We are delighted to be working with the DermAssure team who can offer our customers a whole new skin experience.

‘DermAssure’s team will be on hand to ensure our customers and hotel guests are feeling and looking their best as we remerge into normal life following lockdown.’

‘Our guests will have peace of mind and feel safe in the knowledge that they are receiving treatments from a medical professional.

Jessica Craven, Operations Manager from DermAssure Aesthetic added: ‘At our new Manchester home, we want guests and customers alike to feel comfortable visiting our hotel location and hope it may be less daunting that visiting an aesthetic clinic for some.

‘We have created an intimate environment within The Lowry Hotel Spa which focuses on clinical excellence and personalised care alongside education and one-to-one attention for a truly exceptional experience.

‘With a choice of pampering experiences, therapies to help problem skin and a variety of anti-wrinkle treatments available, there’s something for everyone.’

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