Back

The Well & Being Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas Launches the DNA Repair Facial by Dr. Moy

Just in time for summer in the sun, a new facial using DNA EGF Renewal products to help reduce risk of skin cancer

March 14, 2017,
Dallas, U.S.A.

The summer season is a heartbeat away and protecting skin from the sun’s damaging effects is top of mind for most who spend a lot of time outside.  That is why the Well & Being Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas launched the DNA Repair Facial by world renowned scientist, researcher, dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Ronald Moy using DNA EGF Renewal, the leading anti-ageing skincare line in the world.

This medical-grade facial, exclusive to the Well & Being Spa, 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 an infusion of professional-strength growth factor from Iceland.  The DNA Growth Factor naturally stimulates skin growth at the cellular level and also increases collagen production.  The serum also slows the ageing process and boosts skin health.

The facial uses products such as DNA-EGF Night Renewal Cream, which has high levels of bio-advanced DNA Repair Enzymes, peptides and botanical actives that replenish the supply of naturally-occurring cell repair.  It also uses DNA Intensive Renewal Cream, a potent product that encourages a visible surge in skin’s moisture levels and restores skin vitality with hibiscus peptides and DNA Repair Enzymes.  Most importantly, DNA Defense SPF 30+ is applied, a broad spectrum, multifaceted sunscreen that helps reverse and protect against photo damage while reversing sun damage with DNA Repair Enzymes.

Dr. Moy, who is also the Vice President of the Skin Cancer Foundation, believes in one effective philosophy:  repair the past, protect the future.  DNA Renewal products mark the culmination of Dr. Moy’s passion to create a clinically proven regimen that effectively repairs photo-damaged ageing skin.  In addition to being a published author of several books and hundreds of scientific articles, he also spearheads a thriving dermatology and cosmetic surgery practice on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, and at the California Health and Longevity Institute at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village.

The 60 minute DNA Repair Facial at the Well & Being Spa ranges from USD 160-170.  To book an appointment, contact the Spa at 972 717 2555 or request a service online.