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Dermalogica moves into hospitality with The Belfry Hotel partnership

Lauretta Roberts
09 May 2024

Dermalogica has ventured into the hospitality space via a new partnership with The Belfy Hotel, which aims to elevate the skincare treatments on offer at the award-winning hotel, famous for its golf courses, and provide guests and members with "unparalleled results-driven services".

The skincare brand, which is used by professionals around the world, is now offering a range of professional skincare services at The Belfry Spa, including:

Lumifusion, which combines a targeted eye peel plus retinol, salicylic and lactic acid peel to resurface and renew; NanoInfusion technology to stimulate collagen production, cell turnover and infuse active high impact ingredients and LED red light therapy to regenerate skin luminosity to reveal glowing skin.

Pro Skin 30: A targeted treatment designed for busy individuals seeking quick rejuvenation. In 30 minutes, guests will experience a customised skin treatment that addresses specific concerns.

Pro Skin 60: Described as the ultimate customisable treatment, this includes enhanced technologies such as microcurrent, ultrasonic, LED light therapy and professional-grade actives to deliver healthy, glowing skin.

Dermalogica General Manager Mark Hermann said: "The Belfry Hotel, nestled in the heart of North Warwickshire, has a rich history of hosting prestigious events. Its commitment to excellence aligns seamlessly with Dermalogica’s mission to transform skin health through education, innovation, and personalised treatments."

The Belfry Hotel Manager Varun Shetty added: "We’re delighted to welcome such renowned and respected skincare experts to The Belfry. Providing our guests with an experience like no other is what drives us, and our partnership with Dermalogica is one example of how we will always strive to deliver on that commitment. Skincare can be a very personal concern and I’m delighted that we can address this need for guests in a way that is empowering, inclusive, informative, and makes them feel good.”

Dermalogica was founded in 1986 by Jane Wurwand, who identified a gap in the market for a product offering efficacious formulas, a minimalist look, and commitment to skin health, not beauty. Dermalogica today trains 100,000 skin therapists per year in advanced technologies and services. Products are formulated for the treatment room are used daily in the hands of licensed skin therapists but also by 20 million consumers globally who are looking for professional results at home.

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