Toronto, Ontario – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
Amala, the world’s premier plant-powered luxury skincare brand, will make its Canadian debut as the exclusive skincare line for The Spa at Four Seasons Toronto. The new spa will launch October 5 with the opening of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts’ much-anticipated flagship hotel in downtown Toronto’s Yorkville neighborhood.
The choice of Amala, whose name means “most pure” in Sanskrit, promises to further differentiate a spa that is already destined to be the largest luxury spa in the city. Crafted in the pristine foothills of the German Alps, Amala relies on the transformative powers of nature, using whole plant ingredients grown in their optimal natural environment to ensure that each plant’s healing properties are not compromised. The outcome is a results-driven, clinically-proven skincare collection that is equally heralded for its purity and environmental integrity. Amala is trusted by five-star spas around the world and its products have been available in the U.S. since 2008, including at The Spa at Four Seasons in Chicago, Seattle, Washington, D.C. and Palm Beach.
“Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is an exceptional brand whose reputation for luxury and integrity matches our own,” said Amala founder Ute Leube, who has been named Veuve Clicquot’s 2012 German Business Woman of the Year for her commitment to corporate social responsibility and sustainability. “We are delighted to build on our existing relationship and honored to have Four Seasons as our partner in introducing Amala to the Canadian market.”
“Amala is a natural choice for The Spa at Four Seasons Toronto. The brand’s purity, luxurious feel and tangible results will help us deliver an uncompromising spa experience befitting Four Seasons’ new flagship hotel and this great cosmopolitan city,” said Todd Hewitt, senior spa director of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto.
Amala’s premier natural anti-aging product will be at the center of The Spa at Four Seasons’ Advanced Firming Facial. This 75-minute treatment will feature an aroma-therapeutic acupressure stimulation technique to boost firmness and enhance skin’s brightness, restoring youthful tone and texture. The treatment will also include a relaxing scalp massage, targeting specific marma energy points, and a generous application of Amala’s Rejuvenate Advanced Firming Complex. The spa-goer will leave feeling revitalized and refreshed, with noticeably brighter and firmer skin.
At 30,000 square feet, The Spa at Four Seasons Toronto will span an entire floor of the new flagship – a dual-towered landmark built to represent the next generation of the Four Seasons brand worldwide. This “spa in the sky” will feature 17 treatment rooms, a hair and nail bar, indoor relaxation pool, and an outdoor terrace overlooking the hotel’s vibrant Yorkville neighborhood and the Toronto skyline. Treatment rooms and the winding pathway that connects them will be flooded with calming natural daylight. The first Four Seasons spa in Toronto, it will be the largest luxury spa in the city and the largest spa at any urban Four Seasons hotel worldwide.