Three Dutch cities – Rotterdam, The Hague and Oegstgeest – have been chosen as venues for the first three Weleda City Spa openings.
The sustainable and aesthetically equipped spas are described by Marc van Boven, managing director of Weleda Benelux, as “a next logical step” for the heritage natural and organic beauty brand.
Van Boven continues: “Our mission is to bring the power of nature to people, and our massages, facials and workshops allow our customers to experience how we at Weleda combine nature, care, beauty and health to stimulate self-healing.”
The company says that if Netherlands launches prove successful, they will be followed by launches in other countries in Europe, including Germany and Belgium.
Each Weleda City Spa consists of four treatment rooms, designed to create an atmosphere of peace and security for guests. The treatments, which are carried out by a qualified team of practitioners, represent an extension of Welda’s holistic principles, that aim to make “a connection between man and nature”.
Sustainability, one of Weleda’s key pillars, is important underpinning principle in the City Spa concept. “Wherever possible, sustainable building materials were used, from the self-designed counter to fast-growing woods,” explains Marc van Boven. In addition, the spas are fully carbon-neutral and are aligned with the same principles – of high quality, functionality and minimum environmental impact – that the company strives for with all its products.