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Well Spa Retreat expands treatment menu with wellness-focused experiences

By Lauren Heath-Jones

WALES

By Lauren Heath-Jones

19 July 2022

www.bluestonewales.com/well-spa
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The Well Spa at Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire, Wales, has expanded its treatment menu to include a plethora of new experiences following a new brand partnership with Italian professional skincare company Dibi Milano. 

The spa, the first in Wales to partner with Dibi Milano, will offer more than 13 treatments from the brand including two facials targeting symptoms of peri-menopause and menopause. 

Available experiences include the Dibi Skincare Masterclass, which provides an in-depth skin analysis by using non-invasive technology to look beneath the surface of the skin, and the Gold facial, which uses 25k gold to brighten and firm while bio-conjugated gold and peptide-9 are used to stimulate collagen production. 

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The new menu includes rituals from Dibi Milano as well as a cancer safe ritual

Oncology massage 

The Well Spa Retreat is also offering oncology massages, a personalised, cancer-safe treatment for guests experiencing, living with or recovering from cancer. 

All of its therapists have undergone specialist oncology qualifications to deliver the treatment, which aims to reduce anxiety, alleviate pain, improve sleep, calm the mind and hydrate the skin. 

“As therapists, we are passionate about helping everyone, so we have all trained hard to be able to offer anyone a spa treatment at any stage of their cancer,” said spa manager Samantha Hewer. 

“We want to help people feel relaxed and not single them out when they are going through such an awful time.”

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Local and sustainable

Finally, the spa has partnered with Câr-Y-Môr, a regenerative ocean farm in Haverfordwest, to supply sustainably hand-harvested seaweed for the spa’s Seaweed Bath Experience. 

The 25-minute ritual combines mineral-rich seaweed and Pembrokeshire sea salt to heal and hydrate, while essential oils, dried herbs and flowers are used to personalise the experience. 

The spa has also worked with a local stonemason to craft its own Preseli bluestones. Known for their natural healing abilities, the stones will be used as hot stones in its Signature, Fire and Ice, and Hot Stone rituals.

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“After such a difficult few years, the importance of self-care, mental health and wellbeing has really grown in significance. We’re delighted to be able to meet our guests’ needs with so many treatments that help to nourish the soul and calm the mind.”

Samantha Hewer

Spa Manager, The Well Spa Retreat

“It’s really important for us to use as many sustainable and locally-sourced products as we can, from the seaweed and salt from the Pembrokeshire coast to the bluestones from Preseli hills,” Hewer added. 

“After such a difficult few years, the importance of self-care, mental health and wellbeing has really grown in significance. We’re delighted to be able to meet our guests’ needs with so many treatments that help to nourish the soul and calm the mind.”

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Follow the link below to find out more about the Well Spa Retreat at the Bluestone National Park

www.bluestonewales.com
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