Following the success of The Organic Pharmacy treatments at Four Seasons Park Lane in London, the British based luxury beauty brand will be available in Hong Kong exclusively at the Spa at Four Seasons starting this weel, 2012
The Organic Pharmacy, founded in London, England by husband and wife team Margo and Francesco Marrone, celebrates 10 years in operation. The brand stemmed from Marrone’s studies in pharmacy at Kings College London and in homeopathy at Regents College London, at a time when she found there was a lack of what she wanted in the beauty market during her first pregnancy. She saw a gap in the industry for truly natural, all-organic products that were free from toxins but created promised results. Today, her products are still handmade in their Battersea laboratory and 90 percent of the ingredients are sourced from local UK farms.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Director of Spa Shoshana Weinberg says she has been searching for the right organic brand to bring to her clients in Hong Kong; “I am delighted to be offering this high-quality product uniquely to the spa market in Hong Kong, exclusively at the Spa at Four Seasons. In The Organic Pharmacy, we have found a range of treatments and products to target whatever guests require from a well-established brand, for those who are looking for an environmental and sustainable spa solution.”
As well as stocking a wide range of The Organic Pharmacy’s famed products, The Spa at Four Seasons will offer four of the brand’s treatments, of which: Resculpting Treatment (key ingredients include ginger, chili, coffee, mountain ash, linseed, fig, horse chestnut and menthol, juniper, grapefruit, garcinia, guarana, gotu kola, dandelion and bladderwrack), Seaweed Cleansing Cocoon (the wrap provides the environment for the body to absorb a combination of highly active, deeply penetrating ingredients to detox and energize the body), The Organic Pharmacy Facial (key ingredients include flower petal, oats, milk, clay, rose, jasmine, chamomile, juniper, orange, lemon and grapefruit, carrot, vitamin C, aloe, marigold, evening primrose, rosehip and collagen.
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