Spa-kit
Product update

Jason Holland highlights some of the latest spa product and equipment launches


REM gets into relaxation

Designed with ergonomics in mind, REM has launched the Solus Relaxer. Suitable for any relaxation area, it includes a mood-enhancing LED lighting system which is programmable at the touch of a button, providing a chromatherapy experience.

Established more than 70 years ago, REM makes and distributes a wide range of spa and beauty equipment internationally. Its in-house design facility works to create the style, colour and ‘personality’ that operators request.

Spa-kit.net keyword: REM

 



REM gets into relaxation
Fresh look for Voya

Organic seaweed skincare company Voya has revealed a fresh brand look which includes new biodegradable packaging made from the same hand-harvested seaweed that’s used in its products. Some formulation amendments have also been made to enhance the overall quality and results of products. In a second phase of evolution, Voya will be launching facial ranges for specific skin types from July onwards. Voya supplies a number of leading spas and resorts around the world.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Voya

 



Fresh look for Voya
Living Earth Crafts scores a hat-trick

Living Earth Crafts has launched three new pieces of equipment for spas. The Nuage Pedestal + Studio treatment table features an electric-lift actuator, a built-in warming drawer for hot towels and LED lighting.

The space-saving Optia Workspace also features a warming drawer and LED lighting plus side compartments.
Finally, the Luma NailSpace + Studio (pictured) is a precision-crafted piece and comes with LED lights, a side-wall for polish displays, multiple storage drawers, upgraded laminate and a lamp option for those requiring extra lighting.
Spa-kit.net keywords: Living Earth Crafts

 



Living Earth Crafts scores a hat-trick
Form & function from Klafs

“Minimalist in design and yet fascinatingly diverse” is how Klafs describes its new D6 steamroom. The modular system is available in various sizes, layouts and optical designs. The seats are self-supporting/not integral so they can be removed for versatility. This also prevents water build up on benches. Coloured walls, or walls with pictures on (see above) are just two of the design options.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Klafs

 



Form & function from Klafs
Trautwein’s water massage

Featuring 32 rotating water jet nozzles integrated ergonomically in seven zones, Trautwein’s new AquaThermoJet offers users a unique massage, starting at the feet and moving up to the neck and shoulders, simulating a treatment given by a physiotherapist. The warm water jets reach the soft and flexible film of the translucent, highly elastic surface, with users feeling the sensation of the water without getting wet.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Trautwein

 



Trautwein’s water massage
Gharieni system could be music to your ears

A new sound massage system from Gharieni – SpaWave – aims to provide the benefits of mindfulness, meditation and deep-relaxation techniques. Special music, which is applied through gentle acoustic waves with binaural sounds, creates an anti-stress experience during a 30- or 60-minute sound therapy treatment.

The treatment is based on quantum harmonics sound therapy. Gharieni says precise and complex audio frequencies are matched to the organs and energy centres (chakras) of the body and can be experienced via headphones or integrated speakers in the headrest.

SpaWave has been designed to offer body and muscle relaxation within a few minutes when combined with the oscillation massage system integrated in the lying surface. The system can be used as a standalone application or in combination with other treatments such as massages, body wraps and beauty services.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Gharieni

 


Illustration: ©swillklitch

Gharieni system could be music to your ears
Whole body focus for HydroPeptide

An anti-ageing skincare collection for the body, HydroPeptide’s Body Therapeutics provides a complete regimen for skin from the neck down, consisting of a body wash, scrub, serum, balm and cream.

It been created to address a range of body imperfections such as stretch marks and scars, cellulite, unsightly veins and bruises, slackened skin, swelling and discomfort, and uneven skin tone.

HydroPeptide says the collection features a unique mix of peptides to nourish the skin, while artificial fragrances are replaced with non-toxic, aromatic extracts from apple, pear, pineapple and peppermint.  

Spa-kit.net keyword: HydroPeptide

 



Whole body focus for HydroPeptide
Elemis mans up to products

Elemis has boosted its Men’s product range with a pair of ‘anti-fatigue’ additions. Anti-Fatigue Day Cream is a moisturiser created to be energising but light in texture. Anti-Fatigue Eye Gel contains a cooling and refreshing formula that Elemis says is easily absorbed and light on the delicate area around the eyes.

Elemis recognises that men’s skin behaves differently from women’s and its men’s range has been formulated to combat the harsh effects of frequent shaving, stresses of life and daily environmental pollution. The entire range, comprising 12 products, also now comes in sleek new packaging.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Elemis

 



Elemis mans up to products
Bright future for Amala

Amala’s Brighten collection is based on its new BioRadiance ingredient complex, which blends narcissus with other healing organics. The collection aims to prevent and correct the appearance of dark spots and dull, uneven skin tone. Third-party clinical trials show that products deliver firmer skin and refined texture in four weeks, and a brighter, more even tone in eight weeks, according to Amala. Products include the Brightening Corrective Concentrate serum and the Advanced Brightening Emulsion facial moisturiser.

In other news, Amala has announced that its product range is now being offered to guests at the famous La Mamounia Spa (pictured) in Marrakech, Morocco, with the skincare brand selected because it matched the spa’s vision of “quality, luxury and simplicity”.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Amala

 



Amala products
 


Amala has announced that its product range is now being offered to guests at the famous La Mamounia Spa in Marrakech
 
Shinchas spring into action at Rishi

Rishi Tea has unveiled a batch of shinchas (new teas) featuring four micro-lots cultivated directly from tea gardens across Kagoshima, south-west Japan. Shincha Okuyutaka has a smooth taste and “almost milky” quality, while Shincha Chumushi is made entirely with the Okumidori cultivar. Shincha Asamushi offers a taste of the Asanoka tea cultivar, which balances umami and a bittersweet flavour with aromatic hints of sakura cherry blossoms. Nishi Hand-Picked Sae Midori Shincha comes direct from the Nishi family farm.

Spa-kit.net keywords: Rishi Tea

 



Shinchas spring into action at Rishi
Smart self-tan introduced by ESPA

ESPA’s Naturally Radiant Gradual Tan has been designed to work intuitively with the skin’s personal biochemistry to develop a natural, healthy-looking tan over four hours. The nourishing and smoothing body cream combines natural DHA with tan accelerating antioxidant plant melanin and also contains sweet almond oil to hydrate skin. It’s suitable for all skin types.

Spa-kit.net keyword: ESPA

 



Smart self-tan introduced by ESPA
Thalion’s precious pearls

Lasting 30 minutes, Thalion’s new Slimming Express treatment has been designed to be short and efficient. At the heart of the treatment are its new turquoise sea pearls – called Scrub Slimming Pearls – which roll and melt on the skin. The pearls’ slimming aid ingredients – caffein and a patented macro-brown seaweed extract – are released during a deep massage to help eliminate fatty cells and to reduce cellulite.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Thalion

 



Thalion’s precious pearls
 


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Product update


Jason Holland highlights some of the latest spa product and equipment launches

REM gets into relaxation

Designed with ergonomics in mind, REM has launched the Solus Relaxer. Suitable for any relaxation area, it includes a mood-enhancing LED lighting system which is programmable at the touch of a button, providing a chromatherapy experience.

Established more than 70 years ago, REM makes and distributes a wide range of spa and beauty equipment internationally. Its in-house design facility works to create the style, colour and ‘personality’ that operators request.

Spa-kit.net keyword: REM

 



REM gets into relaxation
Fresh look for Voya

Organic seaweed skincare company Voya has revealed a fresh brand look which includes new biodegradable packaging made from the same hand-harvested seaweed that’s used in its products. Some formulation amendments have also been made to enhance the overall quality and results of products. In a second phase of evolution, Voya will be launching facial ranges for specific skin types from July onwards. Voya supplies a number of leading spas and resorts around the world.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Voya

 



Fresh look for Voya
Living Earth Crafts scores a hat-trick

Living Earth Crafts has launched three new pieces of equipment for spas. The Nuage Pedestal + Studio treatment table features an electric-lift actuator, a built-in warming drawer for hot towels and LED lighting.

The space-saving Optia Workspace also features a warming drawer and LED lighting plus side compartments.
Finally, the Luma NailSpace + Studio (pictured) is a precision-crafted piece and comes with LED lights, a side-wall for polish displays, multiple storage drawers, upgraded laminate and a lamp option for those requiring extra lighting.
Spa-kit.net keywords: Living Earth Crafts

 



Living Earth Crafts scores a hat-trick
Form & function from Klafs

“Minimalist in design and yet fascinatingly diverse” is how Klafs describes its new D6 steamroom. The modular system is available in various sizes, layouts and optical designs. The seats are self-supporting/not integral so they can be removed for versatility. This also prevents water build up on benches. Coloured walls, or walls with pictures on (see above) are just two of the design options.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Klafs

 



Form & function from Klafs
Trautwein’s water massage

Featuring 32 rotating water jet nozzles integrated ergonomically in seven zones, Trautwein’s new AquaThermoJet offers users a unique massage, starting at the feet and moving up to the neck and shoulders, simulating a treatment given by a physiotherapist. The warm water jets reach the soft and flexible film of the translucent, highly elastic surface, with users feeling the sensation of the water without getting wet.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Trautwein

 



Trautwein’s water massage
Gharieni system could be music to your ears

A new sound massage system from Gharieni – SpaWave – aims to provide the benefits of mindfulness, meditation and deep-relaxation techniques. Special music, which is applied through gentle acoustic waves with binaural sounds, creates an anti-stress experience during a 30- or 60-minute sound therapy treatment.

The treatment is based on quantum harmonics sound therapy. Gharieni says precise and complex audio frequencies are matched to the organs and energy centres (chakras) of the body and can be experienced via headphones or integrated speakers in the headrest.

SpaWave has been designed to offer body and muscle relaxation within a few minutes when combined with the oscillation massage system integrated in the lying surface. The system can be used as a standalone application or in combination with other treatments such as massages, body wraps and beauty services.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Gharieni

 


Illustration: ©swillklitch

Gharieni system could be music to your ears
Whole body focus for HydroPeptide

An anti-ageing skincare collection for the body, HydroPeptide’s Body Therapeutics provides a complete regimen for skin from the neck down, consisting of a body wash, scrub, serum, balm and cream.

It been created to address a range of body imperfections such as stretch marks and scars, cellulite, unsightly veins and bruises, slackened skin, swelling and discomfort, and uneven skin tone.

HydroPeptide says the collection features a unique mix of peptides to nourish the skin, while artificial fragrances are replaced with non-toxic, aromatic extracts from apple, pear, pineapple and peppermint.  

Spa-kit.net keyword: HydroPeptide

 



Whole body focus for HydroPeptide
Elemis mans up to products

Elemis has boosted its Men’s product range with a pair of ‘anti-fatigue’ additions. Anti-Fatigue Day Cream is a moisturiser created to be energising but light in texture. Anti-Fatigue Eye Gel contains a cooling and refreshing formula that Elemis says is easily absorbed and light on the delicate area around the eyes.

Elemis recognises that men’s skin behaves differently from women’s and its men’s range has been formulated to combat the harsh effects of frequent shaving, stresses of life and daily environmental pollution. The entire range, comprising 12 products, also now comes in sleek new packaging.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Elemis

 



Elemis mans up to products
Bright future for Amala

Amala’s Brighten collection is based on its new BioRadiance ingredient complex, which blends narcissus with other healing organics. The collection aims to prevent and correct the appearance of dark spots and dull, uneven skin tone. Third-party clinical trials show that products deliver firmer skin and refined texture in four weeks, and a brighter, more even tone in eight weeks, according to Amala. Products include the Brightening Corrective Concentrate serum and the Advanced Brightening Emulsion facial moisturiser.

In other news, Amala has announced that its product range is now being offered to guests at the famous La Mamounia Spa (pictured) in Marrakech, Morocco, with the skincare brand selected because it matched the spa’s vision of “quality, luxury and simplicity”.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Amala

 



Amala products
 


Amala has announced that its product range is now being offered to guests at the famous La Mamounia Spa in Marrakech
 
Shinchas spring into action at Rishi

Rishi Tea has unveiled a batch of shinchas (new teas) featuring four micro-lots cultivated directly from tea gardens across Kagoshima, south-west Japan. Shincha Okuyutaka has a smooth taste and “almost milky” quality, while Shincha Chumushi is made entirely with the Okumidori cultivar. Shincha Asamushi offers a taste of the Asanoka tea cultivar, which balances umami and a bittersweet flavour with aromatic hints of sakura cherry blossoms. Nishi Hand-Picked Sae Midori Shincha comes direct from the Nishi family farm.

Spa-kit.net keywords: Rishi Tea

 



Shinchas spring into action at Rishi
Smart self-tan introduced by ESPA

ESPA’s Naturally Radiant Gradual Tan has been designed to work intuitively with the skin’s personal biochemistry to develop a natural, healthy-looking tan over four hours. The nourishing and smoothing body cream combines natural DHA with tan accelerating antioxidant plant melanin and also contains sweet almond oil to hydrate skin. It’s suitable for all skin types.

Spa-kit.net keyword: ESPA

 



Smart self-tan introduced by ESPA
Thalion’s precious pearls

Lasting 30 minutes, Thalion’s new Slimming Express treatment has been designed to be short and efficient. At the heart of the treatment are its new turquoise sea pearls – called Scrub Slimming Pearls – which roll and melt on the skin. The pearls’ slimming aid ingredients – caffein and a patented macro-brown seaweed extract – are released during a deep massage to help eliminate fatty cells and to reduce cellulite.

Spa-kit.net keyword: Thalion

 



Thalion’s precious pearls

Originally published in Spa Business 2015 issue 3

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