“I love this facial,” -Eva Chen

“I love this facial: So between being lazy and pregnant and then nursing for 9 months for each kid, I’ve basically slacked on skincare for a solid four years. I’m beginning to inch back into taking care of my skin and the Biologique Remodeling facial at Rescue Spa helped to kick start that. I never got as many compliments on my skin as I did after getting this facial… I don’t know if it was the LED lights, the electric currents, or the tons of facial massage but… the combination works. I think I’ll get this (not inexpensive, alas) facial 4 times a year.” –Eva Chen

Elle asks Lucy Hale “What are your three must have skincare items?”

ELLE: You mentioned you love skincare. What are your top three must-have items?

Lucy Hale: BIODERMA Micellar Water… And then there’s this toner that I guess has been around for a really long time by Biologique Recherche USA. It’s the P50 lotion that is notorious for smelling really weird. It smells like fennel, so I get really weird about wearing it, but it’s pretty magical. It’s from some European country. It’s hard to find, even hard to find online. I can’t find it in LA; I can only find it New York. I think a place called Rescue Spa NYC sells all their stuff.

ELLE: I was just looking at their Instagram (@rescuespa) yesterday!

Lucy Hale: You have to go there anyway because it’s amazing. 100 percent. There’s this girl, Diana Chiticari Yerkes; I’ve only been twice but usually what I do is I walk in and tell them my needs and concerns and just let them do whatever.

How To Transform Your Face via Coveteur

“Rescue Spa is heaven on earth. After snapping into a terrycloth cover-up, I lay down, and Danuta Mieloch, the spa’s founder and owner, looks at my face and asks me what I want. I tell her what I’m sure she hears all day: “I just want it to feel a bit brighter. More glow-y.” And with that, she analyzes my skin and tells me that I need to exfoliate more, but says other than that, I’m actually pretty good. In a time where everyone is trying to sell more and more and more, it’s nice to fully trust someone.

The next 90 minutes are spent massaging, toning, microcurrent-ing, and using Biologique Recherche for the first time. People complain about the smell, and maybe it’s just being a native New Yorker, but I honestly wasn’t bothered. After what felt like the most relaxing and educational facial of my life (Mieloch walked me through everything), I couldn’t believe the way my skin looked and felt. It was as if good lighting was following me everywhere once I left.

Their facials can go for over $300, but Mieloch says I only need one a season (like I said, honesty!).I leave Rescue Spa with a small black bag of products and a mission to go get the NuFace Trinity Facial Toning Device. The device uses tiny electric pulses to stimulate the muscles in the face, which improves circulation for better collagen production and a smooth, tightened face. The results are almost instant. In days, some fine lines disappearing and my cheeks are more prominent. After a long week, it’s a pretty good fake for eight hours of sleep.” – Coveteur

Close-Up: Pat McGrath’s Favorite Beauty Product Requires A Passport

What beauty product do you splurge on?

“My beauty splurge is to travel to luxurious spas all around the world. I am spa-addicted! I love to treat myself to the Bio-Lift Facial at #RescueSpa NYC — so rejuvenating.

The Bio-Lift Facial is one the spa’s most requested services, “lauded for its supreme lifting, sculpting, and firming.” One session is $200 for 60 minutes at the New York location. – #patmcgrath

Your skin is beautiful! What does the world’s most famous makeup artist use?

“I love, love, love Lotion P50 by Biologique Recherche.”

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ELLE Magazine: Beauty According to Marc Jacobs

Do you have any self-care or beauty rituals?

I don’t do that much. I just recently went to Rescue Spa in New York. It’s really good. I enjoyed it. I went there to have a facial because I used to do facials twice a year, or three or four when I was in Paris going back and forth at Joëlle Ciocco. I’m not a big spa lover, so I get antsy and I just can’t take too much of it, but I thought it was good. I do use Joëlle’s products. They gave me an astringent that burns like hell but feels like it’s doing a good job.

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New York Magazine: The Best of New York Health & Self 2018

Facial

Rescue Spa
29 E. 19th St., nr. Broadway; 866-772-2766

Rescue Spa’s secret weapon is its owner, Danuta Mieloch, an aesthetician who’s been in the business for over 15 years and has, finally, brought her sought-after Biolift facial from Philadelphia to New York. Mieloch swears by real science and takes plenty of time, more than most facialists, to ask questions and diagnose your skin’s needs before choosing a mix of Biologique Recherche cleansers, toners, and serums to apply to your face — there are no cookie-cutter formulas here. The Biolift, which includes electric microcurrents administered via a Biologique remodeling machine, costs $500 with Mieloch ($200 with one of her well-trained staffers) and is by far the most popular item on Rescue’s menu, thanks in no small part to the euphoric reviews from clients who leave feeling glowy and pristine, not red and puffy. And — if further proof is needed — among those who trust Mieloch with their pores is Naomi Campbell, whom we saw walking out one time.

The Best of New York Health & Self 2018

Facial

Rescue Spa
29 E. 19th St., nr. Broadway; 866-772-2766

Rescue Spa’s secret weapon is its owner, Danuta Mieloch, an aesthetician who’s been in the business for over 15 years and has, finally, brought her sought-after Biolift facial from Philadelphia to New York. Mieloch swears by real science and takes plenty of time, more than most facialists, to ask questions and diagnose your skin’s needs before choosing a mix of Biologique Recherche cleansers, toners, and serums to apply to your face — there are no cookie-cutter formulas here. The Biolift, which includes electric microcurrents administered via a Biologique remodeling machine, costs $500 with Mieloch ($200 with one of her well-trained staffers) and is by far the most popular item on Rescue’s menu, thanks in no small part to the euphoric reviews from clients who leave feeling glowy and pristine, not red and puffy. And — if further proof is needed — among those who trust Mieloch with their pores is Naomi Campbell, whom we saw walking out one time.

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