Pearl Tree launches spa at home initiative

The move aims to help the local community maintain mental and physical wellness

Soraya Jouzy
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Soraya Jouzy

Pearl Tree, a Dubai-based wellness distributor supplying the region with results-driven beauty brands is giving back to the local community.

Founder Soraya Jouzy has announced that, for the next two weeks, the company will be creating personalised wellness boxes and offering 50% off all retail prices on stock in a bid to help people maintain positive wellness when home-bound. Pearl Tree's portfolio includes wellness brands such as Neom Organics, Sodashi, Knesko Skin and Sahara Teas.

Speaking to Hotelier Middle East, Jouzy said: "We are in uncharted territory and during these times maintaining mental and physical wellness should be at the forefront of our focus. We are happy to share our expertise and help by offering consultations from our wellbeing advisors for the next two weeks. As a key player in the local wellness and beauty sector, we will be working with our spa and online partners to come up with creative ideas to see us through the current situation."

For enquiries, please contact Soraya Jouzy directly at Soraya@pearltree.com and follow the conversation on the #SupportLocal hashtag.

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