New luxury spa opens in Dubai
Dubai, February 13, 2012
A new luxury spa offering a number of top-to-toe services for men and women all under one roof opened recently in the Souk Al Bahar in Old Town Island, close to Dubai Mall.
The Yas Beauty Spa features 15 treatment areas, including a private couple’s suite, two hammam slabs, two professional hair salons and a dedicated bridal room.
With a multi-specialised team of 25 highly-trained professionals, hand-picked from around the world, Yas Beauty Spa offers a holistic range of services for both men and women, a statement said.
“With its elegant decor and exquisite ambience, the spa fits in perfectly within the exclusive surrounds of the Souk Al Bahar,” said Nasser Rafi, chief executive officer of Emaar Malls Group, who took part in the official opening ceremony.
Combining the latest international skin and haircare products and contemporary beauty techniques, with more traditional practices like aromatherapy, shiatsu and reflexology, Yas Beauty Spa successfully encapsulates the complete spa experience, the statement said.
Professional product lines include Kérastase, Keraskin, Essie, Redken and L’oreal.
A principal feature of the spa is the men and women’s oriental hamams, providing the ultimate experience in relaxation and cleansing, using ancient Eastern techniques passed down through generations. The range of Hamams to choose from, include Turkish, Moroccan and Arabian, among others.
The spa is the brainchild and namesake of Yasaman Rezaei, whose passion for beauty and entrepreneurial flair has ensured its successful launch, according to the statement.
“My inspiration came from my travels to Paris, where I found the salons to have a unique charm and elegance and service that makes you feel truly pampered,” said Rezaei.
“I wanted to re-create that same experience in Dubai, through each element of the spa, from the design and ambience, to the friendliness of staff and high quality of services on offer.”
“My aim was to create a convenient destination where all the beauty and grooming requirements of today’s busy lifestyles could be met in one single visit,” she added. “Through achieving this, we have already established a very loyal customer base that uses our services exclusively, and I hope for this trend to continue.”
Cleverly divided into three discreet sections, with separate entrances for men and women, the spa offers complete privacy for discerning clientele. – TradeArabia News Service
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