The Grand Brighton hotel's luxury spa officially introduced Heaven Skincare with a press launch on Tuesday 11th July. In attendance was the creator of Heaven Deborah Mitchell, who famously counts British royalty and a whole host of A list celebrities as her clients. Attendees enjoyed an exclusive Q&A with Deborah along with sampling the products and exploring their remarkable benefits, tapping into the knowledge of the spa’s experienced therapists.
The Spa at The Grand is the first spa to offer Heaven treatments on the South Coast, including the world renowned Bee Sting Facial (from £95 for 60 minutes) which has been specially created to give an instant anti-ageing effect. With the use of organically sourced adaptogens the range of treatments available aims to normalise, protect and perfect the skin, whilst working on you emotionally for ultimate relaxation and holistic healing.
Always aiming to be one step ahead of the competition and the first to pick and create new trends in beauty; Heaven was the first skincare brand to recognise the benefits of bee venom and create products using it. The product prides itself on ethically obtaining the venom from bees, ensuring none are harmed during the process.
Leah Van der Kieft at The Grand Brighton says:
'It was a fantastic event and an honour to welcome the inspirational Deborah Mitchell. We are delighted to offer such an amazing range of skincare products and new treatments at The Spa at The Grand. We are impressed by Heaven’s use of natural, organic and ethically sourced ingredients which suit our own ethos and approach. We know the innovative treatments will be a great addition to our spa and so far our clients who have experienced Heaven have been amazed by the results.'
Deborah Mitchell, Founder of Heaven Skincare comments:
'I am so pleased to be working with The Grand Brighton. It is such an iconic part of Brighton and they have been very supportive of the work we do here at Heaven. I am so excited for people to book in for a treatment and experience the remarkable results for themselves.'