Almora Botanica to open face yoga pop-up in London
Luxury Ayurvedic brand Almora Botanica is opening a new pop-up at British retailer John Bell & Croyden next month.
Running from 1-15 February, the pop-up will allow visitors to access 20-minute-long face yoga sessions with experts, as well as discover the brand's range of premium, high-performance skincare.
The sessions will teach Almora Botanica’s proprietary DOT.METHOD, a personalised routine of techniques that activate different parts of the face and connect mind, body, and skin.
Partnered with the brand's products, the face yoga techniques are designed to sculpt, lift, and firm for radiant and glowing skin.
Almora Botanica is a luxury, natural and sustainable skincare and wellness brand which creates high-performance products.
The brand was founded by Ravi Prasad, who has worked in Ayurvedic medicine and skincare for over three decades.
It combines traditional Ayurvedic ingredients with adaptogenic botanicals to strengthen collagen networks, smooth skin surfaces and maintain epidermal balance, whilst moisturising and nourishing skin.
Taking a holistic approach to skincare, the brand also encourages consumers to combine the treatment of skin with meditation and face yoga; combating stress and promoting skin renewal.
The new pop-up supports this routine, building on the brand's expert-led social media posts and workshops.
Located at 50-54 Wigmore Street in London, the pop-up requires a £20 booking fee, redeemable against product purchases on the day.