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Anantara Spa adds to authentic Arabian offering

The Anantara Spa at Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara, renowned for its signature treatments, now offers an even more lavish well-being experience with the addition of organic range, Shiffa Dubai to its spa menu.  

 

Home grown in the UAE, Shiffa Dubai was created by UAE National Dr. Lamees Hamdan in 2004. Combining her background in dermatology with a passion for holistic healing, Shiffa Dubai fuses nature with science to create unique and healing beauty products.

 

Inspired by Ancient Arabia, Shiffa means 'healing' or 'to heal' in Arabic. Each ingredient is carefully sourced from its country of origin and incorporated within each product, creating luxurious, pure oil blends and formulas. Iranian rose, Egyptian jasmine and Lebanese orange blossom are just some of the many unique ingredients used in the Shiffa range.

 

Wael Soueid, General Manager for Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara comments, "Arabian rituals and the use of ingredients indigenous to the region, are key to the offering at the Anantara Spa at Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort.  The values of Shiffa Dubai closely mirror our commitment to providing a unique spa journey deeply rooted in the traditions of Arabia as well as our dedication to holistic health and natural products."

 

The Anantara Spa at Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara will be the first spa in the Middle East to offer the luxurious 'Rose Bliss Balm', Shiffa's top secret for beautiful skin.

 

Rose, the most expensive of oils, has been a popular rejuvenating ingredient used by beautiful women for centuries and has been called the 'immortal flower' for its youth giving benefits.

 

An ultra-decadent, pure body balm the Rose Bliss Balm is the ultimate in nourishment and rejuvenation for the skin and will be included in the Shiffa Rose Bliss Balm Body Massage  (60 min/490 AED, 90 min/ 590AED) at the Anantara Spa at Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort.

 

 This beautiful 'freestyle' massage using the luxuriously anti-ageing and firming Rose Bliss Balm, allows the spa therapist to tailor this treatment especially to every guest's needs.

                                        

Infused with African shea butter and mongo butter to deeply nourish the skin, the Rose Bliss Balm is also infused with protective argan oil, rich in essential fatty acids, which help reduce the signs of ageing; while the exquisite rosa Damascena heals, rejuvenates and firms the skin. A combination of nourishing jojoba and evening primrose oil hydrates, beautifies and tones.

 

Therapist beauty tip - Apply all over the body in the evening to heal, deeply nourish and repair during sleep. Safe to use during pregnancy for extra moisture and elasticity of the skin.

 

An oasis of calm and luxury, The Anantara Spa at Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort welcomes guests to a secluded paradise of rejuvenation and healing, taking them on a soothing journey of well-being through timeless rituals of Ayuverdic massages, therapeutic tonics, oils and exotic ingredients.

 

For bookings and further information please call - Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara Tel: +971  (0) 2 886 2088

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