The Imperial Spa & Salon launches products called Sufi

The Imperial Spa and Salon has launched its own range of products called Sufi

February 14, 2012: The Imperial Spa and Salon launched their signature line of products called Sufi for its signature treatments at the spa. The range consists of six massage oils and an Eau De Toilette. The Imperial Spa's signature scent reflects the fresh, uplifting and warm energy of the spa environment. Sufi Eau de Toilette is available for purchase at The Imperial Salon in 100ml at INR 4,000 and comes with signature embroidered bags. This exquisite scent is also available as Room Aroma oil in 100m red glass bottles.Sufi oils for Bath and Body, created to suit individual preferences, are also available in 100 ml red glass bottles from INR 1200 onwards at The Impereial Salon.

The Sufi Oils of Spirit contain pure cold pressed base oils like jojoba oil, carrot seed oil, Moroccan Argan oil, sweet almond and apricot kernal oil. Unique combinations include the Oil of Kabir, which is a mix of frankincense and neroli, while Oil of Mirabai includes fig, rose and black pepper. The Oil of Jaipur, on the other hand, is a concoction of grapefruit, pettigrain and juniper.

Ms Jacqualine Tara Herron, Director Spa, Salon, Health & Racquet Club, said, "It's a moment of pride that after two years of extensive product development and using some of the gorgeous oils in our spa treatments, we are finally launching our six new essential oil variants and Eau De Toilette under the brand name SUFI. The launch is just an initial phase in our strategic approach of product launches which will be followed by range of amenities and skin care, to be unveiled next year."

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