Gaia Skincare appoints Jessica Scullion as head of sales

The skincare brand has also announced four new UK spa partners as well as a new head of development and distribution


By Wendy Golledge

05 February 2024

Spa and skincare brand Gaia Skincare has appointed Jessica Scullion as its new head of sales. Scullion rejoins from a previous role at Hydrafacial, where she spent two years supporting omnichannel sales within EMEA.

As Gaia’s original national sales manager, Scullion supported the launch of Gaia Skincare and the opening of the flagship spa at Boringdon Hall.

With 19 years of experience within the spa industry, Scullion has worked as a massage therapist on cruise ships, a trainer and spa manager, overseeing the successful opening of two new-build spas. She has worked in account management roles for eight years.

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“I am thrilled to realign with my values and roots, and rejoin Gaia at such an exciting time. Having launched this beautiful brand within the UK & Ireland, I am delighted to rejoin and support Gaia's growing team."

Jessica Scullion

Head of sales, Gaia Skincare

Amy Harper has also been promoted to a new role, as head of development and distribution. Harper joined the Gaia team in 2018, when she oversaw spa therapist training for all new accounts.

In her new role, Harper will oversee the delivery of products and resources to spa partners. She will also work closely with Gaia founder, Diane Nettleton, in the development of new skincare products.

Four new UK spa partners

This month, Gaia has also announced it is now working with The Elms Hotel & Greenhouse, The Retreat in Market Harborough, Lavingia Beauty Spa and the Treatment Rooms in Somerset.

The south-west-based holistic wellness brand now has 50 spa partners across the UK and Europe.

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The Elms Hotel & Greenhouse Spa has a tropical swimming pool and botanical lounge area

The Elms Hotel & Greenhouse Spa in Worcestershire will now be offering guests Gaia treatments including Restorative, Raindrop and the stimulating Gaiyoga facial.

Facilities at the Elms include indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy pools, a sauna, steam room, experience showers and a relaxation room.

At The Retreat in Market Harborough, Gaia will be offered in the spa’s four treatment rooms, and also in Lavingia Beauty Spa in Abbeville village, London.

The boutique spa has three treatment rooms and will offer facial and holistic massage treatments including the nourishing Restorative Treatment and Gaia’s Salt & Oil scrub massage.

Diane Nettleton

“Last year was an exciting one for new accounts for Gaia Skincare. We are always thrilled to find more spas aligned with our values. I know they will be delivering exceptional treatments to their guests throughout the spring and throughout the years to come.”

Diane Nettleton

Founder, Gaia Skincare

The final new partner to launch with Gaia is with the Treatment Rooms in Somerset, in Burnham-on-sea.

With three treatment rooms, it will offer Gaia Skincare treatments, including the soothing Hot Stone massage and Indian Head Massage.

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