Now this is a classy joint! As I walked into The Argyle Hotel and found my way to the Argyle Salon and Spa, I found myself wishing for a pencil skirt and a cigarette holder. Swanky, lady, swanky! I was invited by the owner of The Argyle Salon and Spa, Britney Huinker, to experience the Argyle’s popular HydraFacial. I had never been to the Argyle Spa before and it really feels like a lovely kept secret as you walk though the spa area. Low lighting, serene, classy, relaxing and hidden away. The HydraFacial is a 50 minute facial and my esthetician for the day, Dana, was great about filling me in on everything amazing she was doing to my skin…each step of the way. It’s a rather difficult facial to explain. It’s definitely not a traditional facial by any means. Dana started by cleansing my face, using a Clarisonic, and mentioned that she thinks that everyone should own one. We had quite a chat about Clarisonic actually. She’s a big fan and after the amazing work she did on my skin…I’m feeling like I’m going to be on board for whatever Dana may suggest.
The HydraFacial is a serum-based, gentle skin resurfacing system that simultaneously introduces topically applied serums. This facial deep cleans, hydrates, exfoliates and extracts. I have to say, each moment of the HydraFacial felt like I was getting a quality treatment and that something really good was happening to my skin. Dana was very thorough and I love that. I was so pleased with my results. It might be one of my favorite facials so far. My skin looked and felt amazing. It’s one of those facials that’s really worth it. I left looking “camera ready” and glowing. Not that I’m the biggest fan of make up anyway, but I wouldn’t have DARED to put make up on over my new, smooth as a baby, skin that I left The Argyle Salon and Spa with.
The HydraFacial at The Argyle Salon and Spa is a great treatment for all skin types and I’m a big fan! Highly recommend!