Wildflower Hall, Shimla Introduces Forest Essentials Products at its Spa

Wildflower Hall, ShimlaSurrounded by 22 acres of pine and cedar forest in the shadow of the Himalayas, Wildflower Hall is a landmark above India’s hill station town of Shimla. The former residence of Lord Kitchener reflects the grand style of the colonial era- full of teaks, hand-knotted rugs, and four-poster beds. Above and beyond the luxurious accommodations, this Oberoi resort commands a magical setting 8,250 feet high in the Himalayas- a truly tranquil retreat. So it’s only natural that Wildflower Hall introduce the Forest Essentials line of natural products in its spa. Made in India, Forest Essentials was founded in 2000 after many years of meticulous research by Ayurvedic physicians. Only naturally distilled pure essential oils, spring water, and organically grown plant extracts are used in their skin and hair care lines. With inspiring views over the green carpeted hills, the Oberoi Spa offers holistic treatments based on Ayurvedic, Asian and Western therapies.

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