FRANCE. French beauty house Sisley has teamed up with Air France to launch an exclusive new space in the airline’s La Première lounge at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG).
The 40 m² space was officially opened on December 17 and offers a selection of Sisley beauty, hair and wellness treatments for Air France VIP travelers.
The services offered by Maison Sisley and Hair Rituel by Sisley have been tailored to meet the specific skin care needs of long-haul travelers. The private care space offers rituals for all skin types and all ages targeting hydration, nutrition, anti-aging, repair, vitality, relaxation, serenity, modeling and much more. ‘others.
Designed to be a calming oasis in the middle of Paris CDG, the treatment room features a large mirror, white basin, candles, minimalist decor with a large Gingko Biloba leaf motif embossed on the ceiling. Gingko Biloba is a key ingredient in many Sisley products.
The walls are decorated with “The Cells” wallpaper, designed by French artist Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann in 1910. The motif has been redesigned based on a concept by Sisley’s founder Isabelle d’Ornano and reproduced in white by the French interior company Atelier d ‘Offard.
All Air France Le Première customers can receive a 30-minute ritual of one of Sisley’s four botanical express facials. These are Nutrition Sleep Well, Plumping Glow Black Rose Facial Care, Pure Skin Purifying Facial Care and Special Men Facial Care.
Other skin care rituals on offer range from simple one hour services to highly sophisticated 90 minute treatments. These are based on Sisley’s expertise in phyto-cosmetology and use all the benefits of its plant ingredients which reenergize and protect the skin.
The exclusive La Première Anti-jetlag treatment lasts 1h30 and is aimed at both men and women. It encompasses both facial and body treatments that target the negative effects of jet lag. The treatment awakens the senses, plumps the skin and boosts multisensory stimulation.
The space also serves as a Sisley boutique, bringing together its skincare, makeup and fragrance lines alongside the new Hair Rituel by Sisley hair care range. The boutique is designed with white furnishings and aged bronze accents. A hand-painted lampshade designed by Ornano’s niece, Polish artist Elzbieta Radziwill, is a focal point of the space.
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