The spa industry shows no signs of slowing down, with the announcement of three new major developments in the UK.
Luxury Collection Hotel The Langley will open in Buckinghamshire in the summer with a 25,000sq ft spa facility, featuring eight treatment rooms, a VIP suite with dip pools and women’s only thermal area.
Meanwhile, Gisborough Hall Hotel is building a woodland spa (pictured right) set to replace the Revival Zone spa currently on site. Opening at the end of 2018, it will feature an 18m pool, outdoor hydro-pool, heat experiences and nine treatment rooms.
Carden Park Estate in Cheshire has secured planning permission to build a £6m spa with 15 treatment rooms, two relaxation facilities, a wellness garden and range of hydro, massage, steam and sauna therapies. It is due to open in spring 2019.
// Leah Durant Hair Salon and Beauty Re:Treat in Chertsey has raised £650 for 14-year-old Alfie, who suffers with cancer neuroblastoma and needs antibody therapy. Owner Durant hosted a beachthemed party with music and goody bags filled with Dermalogica products.
// Semilac won Best New Hands and Nails Product for Semi Flash at the 2017 Pure Beauty Awards. Other pro products to take home awards included BeautyPro’s Detoxifying Bubbling Cleansing Mask with Activated Charcoal, and Elemis’s Pro-Collagen Marine Cream SPF 30.
// Professional lash extension brand Novalash has annoucned six new trainers. Kate Baxter will look after Northern Scotland; Andrea McQuade, southern Scotland; Nicole Pearson, Felixstowe; Zoe Nichols, Bournemouth and Kent; Joanna Waszkiewicz, Cork, Ireland; and Louise Dunster, Dublin.
// Weymouth-based Embrace Hair and Beauty Salon is hosting a Christmas raffle to raise funds for local charity Go Girls!, which supports women in Dorset with gynaecological cancers. The prize is an Espa hamper worth more than £150.
// Beauty group High Definition has launched a new marketing site for account holders, equipping them with promotional assets such as visual merchandising ideas.