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Phytomer expands marine range with new signature hydration facial
By Megan Whitby 28 Nov 2019
The French brand has produced a mist, serum and mask containing weaving algae oil.
Phytomer has launched a six-step 60-minute signature facial – Hydra Original Plumping Thirst-Relief Facial with organic algae – along with three new exclusive products.

The French brand has produced a mist, serum and mask containing weaving algae oil. All three carry the signature scent of Phytomer’s moisturising retail range – marine and fresh notes softened by rose and water lily notes.

The treatment promotes the synthesis of the main components of dermis and epidermis (sebum, lipids and water) and also maintains skin hydration.

The Hydra-Exfoliating Mist is designed to be sprayed and massaged over the face and neck, and doesn’t require rinsing. The mist is claimed to hydrate and exfoliate the skin using protease enzymes.

Phytomer’s Replenishing Hydrating Serum is an oil serum containing organic weaving algae oil, organic glasswort oil, sunflower oil and apricot kernel oil. It should be applied to the face and neck using massage strokes and light tapping movements.

In its original form, the Hydrating Creamy Mask is a powder that requires reconstitution with water. The product contains nori algae specks, weaving algae oil and glasswort specks and is applied in a medium-thick layer to the face and neck and left for 10-15 mins. Excess cream is massaged in for one minute and then rinsed.

Phytomer is incorporating these products into its new Hydra Original facial. The treatment begins with make-up removal, followed by soft exfoliation using the mist and a pore heating mask. Next, the face is massaged and applied with Phytomer’s new serum and then the creamy mask. To finish, Phytomer Youth Control and Hydra Original Thirst-relief Melting Cream are applied.

This treatment will replace Phytomer’s Hydra Blue Moisturising Facial, which has been discontinued, but the professional sizes of Hydrasea Serum and Mask are still available.

Mathilde Gédouin-Lagarde, marketing and communications director for Phytomer says: “This multi-sensory facial helps your skin recover its original hydration levels. The facial pairs high-performance organic marine active ingredients with a relaxing facial massage to leave your skin plumped, revitalised and more luminous than ever”.



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Noel Asmar Uniforms has unveiled discrete protective face shields for close contact treatments. The global spa uniform designer has revealed the re-usable and recyclable shields as a continuation of its design-sensitive approach towards PPE and ... More
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Phytomer expands marine range with new signature hydration facial
28 Nov 2019 . BY Megan Whitby
The French brand has produced a mist, serum and mask containing weaving algae oil.
Phytomer has launched a six-step 60-minute signature facial – Hydra Original Plumping Thirst-Relief Facial with organic algae – along with three new exclusive products.

The French brand has produced a mist, serum and mask containing weaving algae oil. All three carry the signature scent of Phytomer’s moisturising retail range – marine and fresh notes softened by rose and water lily notes.

The treatment promotes the synthesis of the main components of dermis and epidermis (sebum, lipids and water) and also maintains skin hydration.

The Hydra-Exfoliating Mist is designed to be sprayed and massaged over the face and neck, and doesn’t require rinsing. The mist is claimed to hydrate and exfoliate the skin using protease enzymes.

Phytomer’s Replenishing Hydrating Serum is an oil serum containing organic weaving algae oil, organic glasswort oil, sunflower oil and apricot kernel oil. It should be applied to the face and neck using massage strokes and light tapping movements.

In its original form, the Hydrating Creamy Mask is a powder that requires reconstitution with water. The product contains nori algae specks, weaving algae oil and glasswort specks and is applied in a medium-thick layer to the face and neck and left for 10-15 mins. Excess cream is massaged in for one minute and then rinsed.

Phytomer is incorporating these products into its new Hydra Original facial. The treatment begins with make-up removal, followed by soft exfoliation using the mist and a pore heating mask. Next, the face is massaged and applied with Phytomer’s new serum and then the creamy mask. To finish, Phytomer Youth Control and Hydra Original Thirst-relief Melting Cream are applied.

This treatment will replace Phytomer’s Hydra Blue Moisturising Facial, which has been discontinued, but the professional sizes of Hydrasea Serum and Mask are still available.

Mathilde Gédouin-Lagarde, marketing and communications director for Phytomer says: “This multi-sensory facial helps your skin recover its original hydration levels. The facial pairs high-performance organic marine active ingredients with a relaxing facial massage to leave your skin plumped, revitalised and more luminous than ever”.






Phytomer’s Replenishing Hydrating Serum is an oil serum containing organic weaving algae oil, organic glasswort oil, sunflower oil and apricot kernel oil.



The Hydrating Creamy Mask is a powder that requires reconstitution with water.



The product contains Nori algae specks, weaving algae oil and glasswort specks and is applied in a medium-thick layer to the face and neck and left for 10-15 mins.



The Hydra-Exfoliating Mist is designed to be sprayed and massaged over the face and neck, and doesn’t require rinsing.
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Gharieni launches illuminated protective screen for facial treatments
Gharieni has unveiled an illuminated protective screen to separate clients and therapists during facial treatments.
Finnmark Sauna creates luxury sauna on wheels
UK-based sauna specialist, Finnmark Sauna, has developed a mobile wellness experience comprised of a wood-burning sauna within a transportable trailer.
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Founder and CEO of hospitality management software system ResortSuite, Frank Pitsikalis, believes that COVID-19 is forcing the wellness industry to accelerate the shift to digital.
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Spa Vision has supplied state of the art 'relax' beds to Victoria's Cosmetic Medical Clinic, in Tasmania, Australia, as it prepares to reopen on 15 June.
RKF Luxury Linen collaborates with CODAGE Paris
RKF Luxury Linen, a creator of the finest linen for spas and cosmetic brands, has announced a new collaboration with French cosmetic brand CODAGE Paris.
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