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Made for Life Organics launches at The Spa at Cameron House
14 Feb 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Made for Life founder Amanda Winwood (fourth from right) with the spa team at Cameron House
The Spa at Cameron House in Loch Lomond, Scotland, has expanded its treatment menu to include wellness rituals and products from Made for Life Organics.

Treatments on offer include the Hand on Heart, Catch the Breath and Soothe & Nurture rituals.
Combining rhythmic movements with 100 per cent natural products, the rituals are designed to ease tension, relieve stress and balance the mind, as well as restore and revive the skin.

Amanda Winwood, founder of Made for Life Organics, said: "The Spa at Cameron House will be offering Made for Life Organics soothing holistic spa rituals, such as Hand on Heart, Catch the Breath and Soother and Nurture."

"The spa team has received our fully insured, CMA accredited and CIBTAC endorsed Cancer Touch Therapy training."

Clare McIntosh, Carrick general manager, said: "We're very pleased to be working with Made for Life Organics. This is the first time we've introduced holistic treatments specifically designed to help people cope with stress and anxiety that are also really suited to those going through cancer treatment."

"Our therapists have thoroughly enjoyed the Touch Therapy training. We're looking forward to offering these deeply relaxing and soothing spa rituals to all our guests."

Winwood added: "We have been working with spas and empowering them to confidently throw their spa doors wide open to anyone. This includes those suffering from depression, insomnia, stress, anxiety, and those who have previously been refused spa treatments because of a cancer diagnosis. To date we have trained over 500 therapists across the UK. It has been wonderful to enable spas and salons to make a positive and profound change."

Based in Cornwall, Made for Life Organics was one of the first brands in the UK spa industry to offer inclusive spa rituals for guests undergoing or having undergone treatment for cancer. It is also the first brand in the UK to receive 100 per cent organic accreditation across its entire skincare range.
 


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14 Feb 2019

Made for Life Organics launches at The Spa at Cameron House

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Made for Life Organics launches at The Spa at Cameron House

Made for Life founder Amanda Winwood (fourth from right) with the spa team at Cameron House
The Spa at Cameron House in Loch Lomond, Scotland, has expanded its treatment menu to include wellness rituals and products from Made for Life Organics.

Treatments on offer include the Hand on Heart, Catch the Breath and Soothe & Nurture rituals.
Combining rhythmic movements with 100 per cent natural products, the rituals are designed to ease tension, relieve stress and balance the mind, as well as restore and revive the skin.

Amanda Winwood, founder of Made for Life Organics, said: "The Spa at Cameron House will be offering Made for Life Organics soothing holistic spa rituals, such as Hand on Heart, Catch the Breath and Soother and Nurture."

"The spa team has received our fully insured, CMA accredited and CIBTAC endorsed Cancer Touch Therapy training."

Clare McIntosh, Carrick general manager, said: "We're very pleased to be working with Made for Life Organics. This is the first time we've introduced holistic treatments specifically designed to help people cope with stress and anxiety that are also really suited to those going through cancer treatment."

"Our therapists have thoroughly enjoyed the Touch Therapy training. We're looking forward to offering these deeply relaxing and soothing spa rituals to all our guests."

Winwood added: "We have been working with spas and empowering them to confidently throw their spa doors wide open to anyone. This includes those suffering from depression, insomnia, stress, anxiety, and those who have previously been refused spa treatments because of a cancer diagnosis. To date we have trained over 500 therapists across the UK. It has been wonderful to enable spas and salons to make a positive and profound change."

Based in Cornwall, Made for Life Organics was one of the first brands in the UK spa industry to offer inclusive spa rituals for guests undergoing or having undergone treatment for cancer. It is also the first brand in the UK to receive 100 per cent organic accreditation across its entire skincare range.


Supplier: Made for Life Organics

Used in many spas and hotels who have a commitment to sustainable ethics and values, Made for Life Organics was the first range of organic skincare in the UK to receive 100% accreditation from the Soil Association for the whole range.

Made for Life Organics is based at the Health & Wellbeing Innovation Centre in Cornwall where they manufacture the whole range. The ethics and values of hand-blending herbs and flowers selected for their gentle healing or revitalising qualities with specific quantities of Soil Association certified, pure organic, cold-pressed oils have been in place since the company’s inception.

All Made for Life Organics ingredients are selected for their composition and synergy with the skin; their aromatherapy qualities and their ability to deliver highly effective skincare solutions in impeccably pure balms.


Web: https://www.madeforlifeorganics.com
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