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New products &therapies Totally Pure skincare


Active Pureness from [comfort zone] is a new concept for the treatment of oily and congested skin using active ingredients that cleanse, normalise and reduce the appearance of pores. Mild sebum-regulating surfactants cleanse the skin, balancing the activity of sebaceous glands, while particles of pure silica help to purify. A blend of absorbent clays and spirulina works to normalise the skin and vitamin C, alpha, beta and poly-hydroxy acids tackle hyperkeratinisation, reducing the appearance of enlarged pores and imperfections. A new Active Pureness spa treatment


complements the retail products which include a cleansing gel, toner, scrub, clay mask, moisturiser and spot corrector.


+ 44 (0) 20 3301 0496 www.comfortzone.it


The eyes shall have it


Responding to the needs of ultra-sensitive skin, Dermalogica has developed UltraSmoothing Eye Serum for clients with thin, easily irritated skin around the eyes. Using a powerful combination of ingredients to soothe,


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protect and hydrate this delicate skin tissue, it gently works to target fi ne lines and wrinkles. Formulated with botanical extracts, harpoon weed, golden chamomile and Norwegian kelp to soothe and reduce puffi ness, Hexapeptide-11 and Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate work to improve skin tone and elasticity. The addition of Dermalogica’s UltraCalming Complex


helps to reduce infl ammation, redness and irritation, making it ideal for sensitive skin.


+44 (0) 1372 363600 www.dermalogica.co.uk


From here to Infi nity


Breakthrough research on telomeres has led to the development of the new Rose Infi nity collection by Aromatherapy Associates. Designed as a skin-defence range that promises results in


just three weeks, hydrolised soy and yeast proteins help to protect and rebuild telomeres and support skin regeneration. Partnered with plant stem cells including gardenia, snow


drop and Alpine rose, the range works to boost collagen and repair and plump the skin, reducing wrinkles for a smooth, younger looking complexion. The Rose Infi nity Serum, Moisturiser and Eye


Cream also form the basis of the new Rose Infi nity Facial, boosted by facial massage and micro-stimulation.


+44 (0) 20 8569 7030 www.aromatherapyassociates.com


Artisan Expert’s Delight


La Residencia Spa in Deià, Mallorca turned to spa expert Amanda Nelson, creator of The Artisan Spa Company, to assist with the design of its new signature facial. Aptly named Almond Delight and inspired by the


Mallorcan countryside, a warm blend of sweet almond oil and lavender is massaged into the skin to soothe, soften and nourish. Relaxing and hydrating, a Sweet Almond and Jasmine


Organic Mask then nourishes the skin with vitamins. Attending to the face, neck and scalp, the treatment concludes with Almond and Vanilla Lip Balm to provide hydration and smoothness.


+34 971 63 9011 www.laresidencia.com / www.theartisanspa.com


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