Wellness Weekly Round-up
Each week we pull together our top articles on the latest in the spa and wellness industry.
The Korean market has long been at the forefront of the beauty industry. Their latest discovery is Volcanic ash as a pore cleansing agent. Innisfree, one of K-beauty's natural brands (with over 1600 stores might we add) is harnessing the absorptive power of volcanic clusters to draw impurities and oils from your skin. Let's see how long it takes for this latest trend to become mainstream. Original article courtesy of Well + Good.
Singapore's Wellness Growth
According to Well to Do Singapore's wellness market is on the rise. Indicators include a large population of expats (nearly 5.7 million) with a thirst for health as well as a rise in overall demand for gym and fitness options. The article hi-lights a number of globally recognized brands that are working to develop a presence in the market — such as Lululemon, Virgin Active, Pure Yoga and GuavaPass (Asia's version of ClassPass). We will continue to keep an eye on this burgeoning market.
Asaya Wellness at Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
Luxury hotel group Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has launched an integrative wellness concept rooted in self-discovery and self-acceptance. According to Hospitality Design Asaya's signature 'Wellness Ateliers' will include lifestyle coaches, nutritionists and other teachers to create specific goals and experiences for their guests. Knowing the level of service Rosewood delivers, we can't wait to see how this wellness concept is executed. Their first Asaya resort will debut at the Rosewood Phuket in April.
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