I’m a sucker for facials and will try pretty much anything if it promises hydrated, radiant skin, so when I heard about a “jet peel facial” promising plump, hydrated skin, ya girl didn’t hesitate to book a session. It sounds intense, but a jet peel facial isn’t as harsh as the title suggests and is super gentle compared to a chemical peel. The process is focused on restoring hydration through the use of a powerful stream of serums that shoot out of a high-pressure machine. “It works in the opposite way of a chemical peel,” Sai Demirovic, licensed esthetician and founder of Glo Spa NY, explains. “With this treatment, your skin is infused with an exfoliating serum followed by a hydrating serum. The air pressure of a jet peel treatment carries the serum about 4 millimeters deep into the skin where it then works its way up.” Lying down on the spa bed for my session with the Beauty God herself, Demirovic polled me about my skincare journey since the last time we saw each other. After a recent two-week-long skin fast, my skin was still trying to balance itself out, so Demirovic reached for a Dermalinfusion device to extract dirt and dead skin from the surface of my face us...