The BeautyHealth Company usher in a new era of skin health this month with the launch of Syndeo, the new device for flagship brand, Hydrafacial
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BeautyHealth Company President and CEO, Andrew Stanleick, discusses Hydrafacial innovation with Cosmetics Business editor, Sarah Parsons.
Syndeo has been designed with automation, intelligence, and complete customisation in mind. From touchless therapist commands to serum recognition and bespoke client programmes, the new technology is the smart solution for providers looking to offer consumers a seamless cosmetic aesthetic experience.
Syndeo is lightweight and ergonomically designed for enhanced usability and functionality. It seamlessly detects and dispenses the correct level of Hydrafacial’s proprietary and guest ‘boosters’, improving consumable usage for increased efficiency savings. Booster collaborations with leading brands including Murad, ZO Skin, and Omorovicza, allows providers to further customise treatments for a more personalised Hydrafacial experience.
Hydrafacial is a non-invasive, 3-step treatment that bridges the gap between medical and consumer beauty. It created the category of hydradermabrasion almost 20 years ago, and uses a unique delivery system to cleanse, extract and hydrate the skin. The company's technology is deployed in more than 90 countries and over 20,000 aesthetic clinics, spas, and beauty studios globally.
Stanleick joined BeautyHealth as President and CEO in February 2022, bringing more than 25 years of global beauty and retail experience with iconic brands. Prior to joining BeautyHealth, Stanleick held senior roles at Coty, including as head of the Consumer Beauty business in Europe and, most recently, as Executive Vice President, Americas, where he led Coty’s portfolio of Luxury and Consumer Beauty brands across the region. Andrew also served as Global CEO for Kylie Jenner Beauty and oversaw the Kim Kardashian West business for Coty.