Banana Island gets Qatar's first Biotec machine

Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara has launched the Elemis Reveal Biotec Machines at its spa

The Elemis Reveal Biotec Machine debuts in Qatar.
The Elemis Reveal Biotec Machine debuts in Qatar.

Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara has launched, at the Anantara Spa, and for the first time in Doha, the Elemis Reveal Biotec Machines.

These machines will provide guests with advanced facial treatment options for complete skincare protection and rejuvenation.

The team at Banana Island Resort and Spa are amongst the first in Qatar to train on this non-invasive, anti-ageing treatment developed by British skincare brand Elemis.

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Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara general manager Thomas Fehlbier said: "We are constantly looking for new products and services that enhance our portfolio and add more value to our guests' stay, helping position us at the top of our game.

"The launch of the first ever Elemis Biotec machine in Qatar at our Anantara Spa is an exciting development for us, and is a strong testament to our commitment to create a holistic space that offers the most advanced treatment solutions for a relaxed body and mind."

The Elemis Biotec machine works by stimulating unresponsive skin cells weakened by sun exposure, age and stress, and delivers eight new facial treatments to reboot cellular performance, enhancing the skin's ability to repair, renew and re-tone.

Using a combination of hands-on therapy and technology, each treatment targets specific skin needs to deliver immediate and long-lasting results that rid the skin of impurities, reduce signs of tiredness, gently exfoliate the skin, and lift facial contours.

Guests can choose from a 60 minute treatment or a series of treatments, which are followed by home care remedies.

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