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// Spa skin and body care brand Pevonia was chosen to supply equipment to the beauty team at the WorldSkills UK competition. UK beauty therapy competitor and winner Rebecca West also received training on the brand’s Ionto-Comed device.

// Yorkshire eco-spa Titanic has rebranded with a new logo and messaging, as well as plans to redesign its website. The logo is intended to have an organic yet sophisticated feel, while the new colour palette has been inspired by the refurbished interior of the 19th century textile mill in which the spa is housed.

// The skills of beauty therapists around the world were celebrated on September 9 as part of Cidesco’s International Beauty Day. The standards body for beauty and spa therapy invited its members to join in the celebrations,

// Scottish organic seaweed skincare brand Ishga is to repackage its product range in recyclable glass and aluminium to help reduce plastic waste. It has also phased out latex gloves, wet wipes and bubble wrap, replacing them with biodegradable alternatives.

// Elemis has once again partnered with Breast Cancer Care, launching a limited-edition 100ml Pro-Collagen Marine Cream in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The brand will donate £25,000 from sales of the product in October to the charity.

This article appears in the October 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the October 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty