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In brief

// Scottish salon group Pure Spa & Beauty is opening its first site outside of Scotland this month at the Apex City of London Hotel. The spa is part of the £1.5 million refurbishment taking place at the hotel. Pure chief executive Becky Woodhouse said: “We’re looking forward to adding another spa to our existing seven across the UK.”

// Distributor IIAA will be donating all net profits made from the sale of mineral make-up brand Jane Iredale’s Magic Mitt from September 18 to October 31 to charity Against Breast Cancer.

// Vocational educator The Training Room has secured investment via new holding group Route2Work, with a new board now ensuring its continued growth in the career-led education sector. The organisation educates students to a level required by its employer base, so graduates can enter the workplace with the right skills.

// In its 25th anniversary year, machines manufacturer Caci has expanded its global reach even further, with the luxury spa at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Hong Kong, now offering its Synergy treatment. The Ritz Carlton joins the Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark and The Four Seasons Spa as five-star hotels in the area offering the treatment.

// Boringdon Hall’s Gaia Spa has welcomed Shelley Hepburn as its new spa director, where she will focus on growing the Gaia brand and continue its vision as a wellness destination. Hepburn’s previous roles include fitness director for the pre-opening of The Ned in London and spa director at Bulgari Hotel, Knightsbridge.

This article appears in the Professional Beauty September 2017 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the Professional Beauty September 2017 Issue of Professional Beauty