Spa at Zurich's Dolder Grand Announces New Product Line

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The Dolder Grand Spa, Zurich will begin using the premium natural skincare range, Amala.
 
What makes this notable? We hear that Amala uses 100 percent natural ingredients from the whole plant, rather than bleaching, refining or radiating the source material. As such, its products are free of synthetic ingredients, petrochemicals, parabens, ingredients tested on animals and GM substances. (Heads up, green spa fans: Amala has been awarded the Natrue quality seal by the internationally active association True Friends of Natural and Organic Cosmetics.)
 
Designed specifically for The Dolder Grand, guests can now unwind with the Spa’s three new Amala treatments, including the signature ‘Nature’s Organic Seasonal Facial.’ Adapted seasonally every three months, the 90-minute pure conditioning treatment starts with a relaxing footbath with herbs (handpicked from the hotel garden), a seasonal drink to evoke the senses, and a warm hand towel with purifying essences. The Vedic Marma vital-points technique combines essences from wild blue lotus, bamboo and ginger plants to regenerate the skin. A soothing mask and a face massage with a deep-pore cleansing effect complete the treatment.
 
And for taking the experience home, Amala products are sold exclusively in the Dolder Grand Spa shop.

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