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5 luxury beauty treatments you need to try in 2022

Here are five treatments to consider trying for the ultimate luxury experience in 2022, with each promising to leave you feeling like the million dollars you are.

By LLM Reporters  |  April 21, 2022
Facial skin care with treatment cosmetic oil and serum

With every new year comes a whole host of new and exciting aesthetic and beauty treatments to try, and technological and scientific advances mean that there is now something to cater to almost any wellness or beauty concern you can think of. From fine lines and wrinkles to stress and anxiety, the best new treatments available don’t just focus on the body, but often, the mind and soul, too, and 2022 has already seen a flurry of exciting launches making waves across the industry.

In a year where we’re spending more on self care and pampering than ever before following a trying two years of lockdowns and restrictions, many of us are looking to up-level our beauty and aesthetics regimes and try something new. If that includes you, then below are five treatments to consider trying for the ultimate luxury experience in 2022, with each promising to leave you feeling like the million dollars you are.

Dermaplaning

We’re all for soft, smooth skin, and dermaplaning is the latest beauty trend that promises to give you just that – even on your face. Exfoliating skin and removing debris as well as vellus hair, or ‘peach fuzz’, as it is often known, it gives you a smooth canvas on which to apply your makeup, and involves the use of a scalpel or ‘dermatome’.

It might sound scary, but it’s anything but, and is a quick and easy process that’s over before you know it. Check that your aesthetician has taken a respectable dermaplaning course and has all the necessary qualifications before you book.

Cosmetologist massaging woman face with cryotherapy massager
Cryotherapy has been making waves in the beauty and aesthetics world over recent years, but new treatment cryostimulation brings a new take on it that, rather than focusing on fat freezing or the removal of skin tags, aims to promote hair growth

Raindrop therapy

If you’re planning a luxury spa trip anytime soon, then be sure to schedule yourself in for a raindrop therapy session for the ultimate in healing and relaxation. Combining aromatherapy oils with moist heat to bring balance and harmony, the treatment involves a range of massage techniques that aid lymphatic drainage and rid the body of toxins, covering the entire body from head to toe, and paying particular attention to the face, back, spine and feet. Bliss.

Cryostimulation

Cryotherapy has been making waves in the beauty and aesthetics world over recent years, but new treatment cryostimulation brings a new take on it that, rather than focusing on fat freezing or the removal of skin tags, aims to promote hair growth.

Cryostimulation is a revolutionary treatment in which the scalp is exposed to extreme cold temperatures using streams of liquid nitrogen vapour, with thermoreceptors placed on the area to signal the brain to protect the body. This response results in the release of hormones that stimulate hair growth and encourage it to grow thick and strong, as well as treating scalp conditions like dandruff and seborrhoea. So, if you’re thinning a bit at the hairline or on the crown of your head and thought that all was lost, this might just be the new treatment you’ve been hoping for.

Close up shot of a woman in a nail salon receiving manicure by beautician with metal nail file
A freshly painted set of nails has always been one of our favourite go-to treats when in need of a little boost, and keeps us looking presentable and well put-together at all times

Floatation tank

Perhaps one of the more niche treatments to be garnering attention of late is flotation, which involves entering a lightless, soundless tank filled with Epsom salt water heated to skin temperature, and staying there for a fixed amount of time in order to drift into a meditative state

Fans of flotation report feeling invigorated and deeply revitalised after a session, viewing it as the ultimate form of self care, and it is thought to be beneficial in providing stress and pain relief, as well as easing jetlag. If the mere thought of it is giving you palpitations and evoking feelings of claustrophobia, then it might not be your cup of tea – but if you can handle dark, enclosed spaces then the results are worth it.

A luxury manicure with a twist

A freshly painted set of nails has always been one of our favourite go-to treats when in need of a little boost, and keeps us looking presentable and well put-together at all times. But gone are the days when a file and a little Shellac were all you got out of a luxury manicure, as these days, hands are getting an all-out pamper.

Dubbed ‘the facial for your hands’ by many industry professionals, the Jessica Deluxe Manicure with LeRemedi is a rigorous yet relaxing procedure that comprises alpha hydroxy exfoliation to leave hands smooth and soft without the need for an abrasive scrub, along with a full nail analysis and a good slathering with various nourishing oils before popping on some heated mittens to allow it all to sink in. Then, it’s full steam ahead with the main event, with a choice of beautiful nail polishes to finish things off. Your hands will never have looked or felt so good.