First facial featuring DNAEGF renewal exclusively at Four Seasons California Spa

First facial featuring DNAEGF renewal exclusively at Four Seasons California Spa

Combining the latest advances in skincare science with the world-renowned expertise of Beverly Hills dermatologist Ronald L. Moy, MD, FAAD, the first facial utilising the new DNA EGF Renewal skincare line debuts at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. The DNA Growth Factor Exfoliating Facial is exclusive to The Spa, located just a short drive from Los Angeles and Malibu.

The new medical grade treatment provides comprehensive care for stressed or photo-damaged skin. A unique amino acid glycolic peel gently removes dull surface cells and prepares the skin for infusion of professional strength growth factor from Iceland, paired with DNA repair enzymes for visibly revitalised and radiant skin. The DNA Growth Factor Exfoliating Facial is USD 180.00 for 50 minutes and USD 250.00 for 80 minutes.

“We are extremely pleased to partner with The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake and introduce our innovative DNA EGF Renewal collection. The response so far has exceeded our expectations,” says Dr. Moy.

DNA EGF Renewal is a scientific skincare line that utilises the latest technology in DNA Repair Enzymes and Epidermal Growth Factors. Looking to the future, this technology is proven to reverse the signs of aging and sun damage as well as protect the skin from environmental damage.

About Dr. Moy

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Dr. Moy is well-known to clients of both his Beverly Hills and Westlake Village dermatology and cosmetic surgery practices, the latter at California Health & Longevity Institute located with Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. A professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Dr. Moy is also president of the American Academy of Dermatology for 2011.


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