Beauty & Wellbeing

The Belfry Spa announces new partnership with Dermalogica

Guests at the Belfry can now experience a range of professional-grade skincare services from Dermalogica


By Wendy Golledge

31 May 2024

The Belfry Spa and professional skincare brand Dermalogica have announced a new partnership agreement.

The collaboration will elevate the range of skincare treatments available at the Belfry Spa, which is in Royal Sutton Coldfield, north Warwickshire

Dermalogica skincare services on offer in the spa will include the LuminFusion treatment, which combines a targeted eye peel plus retinol, salicylic and lactic acid peel.

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“We’re delighted to welcome such renowned 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 always strive to deliver on that commitment.”

Varun Shetty

Manager, the Belfry

New spa services at the Belfry

Dermalogica’s Pro Skin 30 and Pro Skin 60 targeted rejuvenation treatments will also be on offer at the Belfry Spa. A customised skin treatment that addresses specific concerns, it includes enhanced technologies such as micro-current, ultrasonic and LED light therapy.

Other treatment options will include NanoInfusion technology, to stimulate collagen production, and LED red light therapy.

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The Belfy's Fire & Ice Experience offers a selection of biothermal rooms

Inside the Belfry Spa

Facilities at the Belfry Spa include the Fire & Ice Experience – a 60-minute relaxation experience through a selection of biothermal rooms including an aroma cave and hydrotherapy pool, side-by-side spa pools and a relaxation lounge.

Last spring, the hotel announced a multi-million pound enhancement project to expand the hotel and create a new state of the art leisure club.

Completion is expected in early 2025.

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“The Belfry Hotel’s commitment to excellence aligns seamlessly with Dermalogica’s mission to transform skin health through education, innovation, and personalised treatments.”

Cirsten Hannken

General manager, UK and Ireland, Dermalogica

Cirsten Hannken, who has been the general manager of Dermalogica Germany for seven years, recently stepped into the UK and Ireland role.

“I’m particularly excited to embrace the UK’s professional industry,” she said. “With more innovation and technology on the horizon, the best is yet to come.”

Phyto Nature Lifting Eye Cream

Dermalogica has also announced the launch of its new Phyto Nature Lifting Eye Cream.

Ingredients include quinoa seed extract to reduce the appearance of eyelid folds and multipeptides to boosts skin’s resilience and defend against free radicals.

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The Dermalogica Luminfusion facial treatment

Adaptogenic astragalus, electric daisy flower and CoQ10 smooth and tighten, while matcha butter, squalane and vitamin E hydrate and soothe

As well as lifting eyelid folds, the cream redensifies skin.

Dermalogica was conceived in 1983 when founder Jane Wurwand identified a gap in professional skincare training and created the International Dermal Institute. The brand was born in 1986 with a commitment to skin health over beauty.

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