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SPA Skin Health Spa opens new clinic

Skin Health Spa, which has its head office in Cheshire, has launched its new flag- ship clinic at St. James Square in Manchester. Located in the centre of the Financial District and near Albert Square, the new 1,500sq ft (139sq m) Skin Health Spa offers advanced skin care and non-invasive laser treatments. Te spa specialises in per-

manent hair removal and hair reduction, laser treatment for acne and acne scarring, skin rejuvenation, muscle relaxing injections and dermal fillers and rollers. Maxine Chambers managing director said:

  Te spa specialises in non-invasive laser treatments and skin care

“Our main focus is to help people feel better about what nature has given them through the improvement of their appearance and by taking better care of their health.” Te facility is staffed with doctors, nurses and aestheticians

offers injectable and aesthetic procedures along with a range of beauty treatments. Skincare products include Aromatheraphy

Associates, Cosmeceuticals, DermaQuest, Jan Marini, Neo Strata, Obagi and Sun Protection. Details:

More spas and hotels wanted in Wales

Tourism chiefs in Wales want more luxury, spa and heritage hotels as part of a strategy to boost earnings and bring in another £1bn a year by tar- geting the US, Germany and Ireland. About £4.5bn a year is

generate in revenue through tourism in Wales every year. Partnership for Growth,

the Welsh government strat- egy for tourism up to 2020, has called for more focus to be put on heritage hotels that use historic and distinc- tive buildings, more luxury and branded hotels as well as more wellbeing facilities such as spas. Te strategy is also looking to bring in more

all year-round attractions and experiences. Between 2009 and 2011, while domestic visitors

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Partnership for Growth has called for more luxury and branded hotels

to Wales increased from 8.89m to 9.69m, vis- itors travelling from overseas dropped from 991,000 to 879,000. Minister Edwina Hart described the target as “challenging yet real- istic.” Details:

Falmouth’s health club and spa reveals £250,000 revamp 

St Michael’s Hotel Health Club & Spa in Falmouth has undergone a redevelopment of it fitness facilities, which included doubling the size of its existing gym. Te £250,000 investment by owners Nigel and Julie Carpenter includes a new large fitness


studio and dedicated spin studio. Cybex and Technogym cardio and resistance machines have been installed in the gym. Te 70sq m (753sq ſt) fitness studio will host a new fitness classes, including Les Mills group exercise pro- grammes. Details:

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