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Italian design duo create Klafs special editions


Italian designers Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez have created a sauna and steamroom for Klafs, which complement one another (see above). The front and anterior side


walls of the sauna are made from fl oor-to-ceiling glass to fl ood the inside with natural light. Meanwhile, the designers’ vision


for the steamroom was to “create heaven on earth” and white is used


throughout to represent innocence (right). The front is made from matt glass and features large, opaline panes and slender viewing panels, while the rear side walls are designed with a waterproof quartz agglomerate and continue the graphic design of the glass front. Lights in the ceiling create the impression of sun rays fl ooding into the space. Spa-kit.net keyword: Klafs


Regenerative skin treatment from AW Lake


Singapore-based spa fi rm AW Lake has teamed up with a number of specialists to create a non-invasive machine for regenerative skin treatments. Pure TDA treatments are designed to create protein-rich deposits in the skin’s deepest layers, in order to stimulate cell division and provide the building blocks to repair damaged structures of the skin. Over time, this smooths the skin and reduces deep and fi ne wrinkles. The TDA machine was developed by Germany’s MedDRop Technology, while Switzerland-based Arivine Pharma developed the patented substance used in the treatments. Spa-kit.net keywords: AW Lake


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Useful hair ties that don’t leave a dent


Designed in London, and already used by operators such as Ritz- Carlton, Popbands are soft stretchy hair ties that don’t leave a kink in the hair. They come in a variety of colours, with or without Swarovski beads, and can be retailed in spas or used as locker room amenities. Spa-kit.net keyword: Popband


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