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Piešťany launches cosmetics brand

SPA Piešťany, the first spa in Slovakia, has developed its own cosmetics brand. The spa’s branded soap, body lotion and day-time and nighttime face cream products utilise the positive effects of the world-famous Piešťany mud and water and their most prominent ingredient – sulphur.

Piešťany spa is one of the most famous in Slovakia.(Source: SME)

SPA Piešťany, the first spa in Slovakia, has developed its own cosmetics brand. The spa’s branded soap, body lotion and day-time and nighttime face cream products utilise the positive effects of the world-famous Piešťany mud and water and their most prominent ingredient – sulphur.

“We started using Piešťany mud in cosmetics in our first cosmetic salon, Emporium; the mud mask applied on the face and the lower neck immediately became one of the most in-demand products thanks to its positive effects,” spa manager Soňa Zábranská explained, as quoted by theSITA newswire. Spa Piešťany cosmetics have also been developed to help regenerate the skin after spa procedures.

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