The St. Regis Abu Dhabi's Remede Spa gets new tech

Remede Spa in The St. Regis Abu Dhabi has welcomed the latest Elemis Biotec face technology and has debuted a new 'Metamorphosis' package

The Remede Spa, The St. Regis Abu Dhabi.
The Remede Spa, The St. Regis Abu Dhabi.

Remède Spa, located at The St. Regis Abu Dhabi, will debut the latest Elemis Biotec machine from December 13, 2016.

The machine is a skincare system to combat the effects of aging and lifestyle changes by re-booting cellular performance and to re-establishing effective cell communication to unresponsive skin cells.

The Biotec approach combines three elements: hi-potency actives, which helps target skin cells' specific needs and deliver deep skin cell penetration; skin lift touch, a hands-on-therapy which improves cell functionally and optimises overall results; and, technology, with the machine using five technologies including ultrasonic peel, micro-current lift, galvanic rejuvenate, LED light therapy and oxygen infusion.

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The Remède Spa will offer five new Biotec 'super-charged' facials, and both male and female guests can experience specific treatments dedicated to anti-aging, skin lifting, firming and strengthening, sensitive skin soothing, oxygen infusing, illuminating and brightening.

The spa has also launched the 'Metamorphosis' package, available throughout December and January, for a fully customised, 150 minutes of body and facial relaxation and rejuvenation, priced at AED 985 (US $268).

 

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