The 6 Most High-Tech Facials to Try in Miami

The sun, sand, beautiful beaches and tons of nightlife options make Miami a vibrant, barely-sleep city, but the spa and wellness spots are equally as prevalent, providing serene sanctuaries where you can take in some serious skin-saving facials.


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CACI Ultimate Lift Facial at Mandarin Oriental

The magic of microcurrent in this totally customizable treatment takes on puffiness, sagginess and all other signs of lackluster skin to leave your face looking completely revitalized.


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Original Beauty Facial Treatment at The Setai

Combining a peel, serious facial massage and traditional Japanese and Thai tools that are said to stimulate circulation, this powerful facial not only makes skin look immediately better, but also has the ability to decrease the appearance of pigmentation and sun spots.


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Oxygen Facial By Luzern at The Spa at Thompson Miami Beach

Perfect for anyone who wants to fight signs of aging without any downtime, this walk-right-out-with-an-immediate-glow facial fights fine lines and wrinkles and makes anyone look more refreshed and rested in 80 minutes.


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Age Interrupter at Lapis, The Spa at Fontainebleau

The secret to the great results this relaxing facial gives (there’s even a warm foot wrap and hand treatment included) is the specifically chosen hydrating, lightening and collagen-boosting botanical serums that offer up mega-radiance to dry and sun-depleted complexions.


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Ultimate Anti-Aging Facial at Acqualina Resort

A trio of microdermabrasion, microcurrent and LED light therapy all meet in this device-driven lifting, toning and firming facial. The result: Skin looks smoother, more radiant and more nourished, and stays that way for days after.


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Alpha Beta Facial, Cowshed Spa at Soho Beach House

This 90-minute medical-grade facial features glycolic, mandelic, salicylic and lactic acid exfoliators to treat acne, uneven texture and hyperpigmentation. 


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