Emirates offers Sodashi treatments at terminal 3
Dubai, January 23, 2013
First and business class travellers of Emirates Airlines will be able to experience premium treatments from the 100 per cent chemical-free skincare brand, Sodashi, at the new Time Less spa in terminal three.
Time Less spa is located in the first class lounge, business class lounge and the airport hotel. The idyllic facilities provide a wide range of rejuvenating services that leave travellers feeling recharged, refreshed and ready for their flight, a statement from the airline company said.
Sodashi will offer retail products as well as treatments. The retail products are available in eleven different ranges that include around 120 different products.
Some of the most popular Sodashi ranges are calm, rejuvenate, balance and mankind. Calm is a gentle yet effective range specifically designed for sensitive, reactive and irritated skin types, the statement said. Plant essences chamomile, sandalwood, lavender and rose reduce sensitivity and redness and keep the skin feeling moist and supple.
Rejuvenate transforms and reawakens dry, dehydrated and mature skin types. Anti-ageing blends of lavender, gotu kola and rosewood boost circulation and promote healthy cell renewal while vitamin-rich plant oils deeply nourish and protect the skin.
Balance is a specialist range of products to restore balance to oily, combination and congested skin types. Lime, ylang ylang and petitgrain decongest while healing palmarosa and lavender encourage a clear, fresh complexion.
Mankind is a specialist range to provide a complete skincare and shaving routine for men. Cedarwood, lime and cypress decongest and restore balance to the skin while lemon and rosemary soften and smooth the complexion.
Sodashi treatments have been an integral part of the Time Less spa menu for the past six years and will be launched this year in their new facilities in terminal three. – TradeArabia News Service
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