A Futuristic Facial Has Been Developed Exclusively for Met Gala Attendees

It goes along with this year's theme of Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.

The Natura Bissé Air Bubble
The Natura Bissé Air Bubble (Photo: Courtesy Natura Bissé).

Preparation for the Met Gala is grueling, more so than most other red carpet events. After all, having to ask Anna Wintour for outfit approval isn’t really the most carefree process.

Luckly, Natura Bissé has formulated a luxury facial treatment for the select designers and A-listers who will be donning fine couture on May 3rd. Exclusive only to those on the Met Gala guest list, this facial even remains true to this year’s theme, “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”

The Met Gala Facial takes place in the Natura Bissé Bubble Pure Air, an inflated tent filled with 99.995 percent clean air. It’s free of pollutants, bacteria, allergens and viruses; those details alone should make even the most dedicated germaphobe feel a little bit relaxed.

Naturally, each guest will receive a specialized skincare treatment, with aestheticians catering to skin type, sensitivity and need. For some, this may require the use of high-tech treatments like a wand that fights wrinkles and an LED chromo-rejuvenating mask. It will also include the use of Natura Bissé’s Diamond Collection skincare products, adding to the luxe factor of the treatment.

Facials are being offered to stars on April 30, when the Natura Bissé Bubble will be set up at the Mark Hotel. The Upper East Side destination is also known as the unofficial prep spot for the Gala: Each year the hotel’s rooms are packed with glam squads and stylists, preparing to send their stars off to the ball.

If you didn’t receive your invite to the Met Gala (or think it simply got lost in the mail), keep your eyes glued to Instagram; this treatment is sure to be major social media bait. And with fans of Natura Bissé including Beyoncé, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus, expect some seriously glam shots. A Futuristic Facial Has Been Developed Exclusively for Met Gala Attendees