ShuiQi Spa at Atlantis teams with Comfort Zone to bring new treatments

The collaboration will bring 10 treatments in one of the spa’s 27 treatment rooms

ShuiQi Spa
ShuiQi Spa

ShuiQi Spa at Atlantis, The Palm has partnered with skincare brand Comfort Zone to expand its treatment offerings.

Enacted as of November 27, the spa will offer 10 treatments with Comfort Zone in one of the spa’s 27 treatment rooms.

The treatments aim to provide a holistic, sustainable and healthy approach to the spa experience.

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Products are comprised of organic wild indigo, spinach, maqui berry and carnosine for an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory action to help repair and protect the skin from stress.

ShiQui Spa Director Rosemary Read-Larsen said: “We are very excited to launch Comfort Zone as a brand new concept for ShuiQi Spa. A C02 neutral skincare brand with a mission to promote a holistic, soulful, healthy and sustainable lifestyle, Comfort Zone uses advanced science-based and conscious solutions to visibly improve skin, body and mind, and their constant research aims to understand how to best guarantee skin’s beauty and vitality. Clean, non-toxic, and free from artificial colours and animal derivatives Comfort Zone select the finest natural-origin ingredients to give skin the benefit of ‘real’ active beauty.”

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