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Grandes Alpes, Courchevel 1850 launches new Spa by Bellefontaine

The Grandes Alpes, Courchevel 1850, a chalet-inspired resort in France, has partnered with Swiss anti-ageing brand Bellefontaine to launch a Bellefontaine Spa at the alpine hotel.

The new Bellefontaine Spa will include bespoke beauty treatments based on a combination of natural ingredients sourced in the Alps, pure water from glaciers and the most recent innovations in biotechnology and cosmeceutical science.

Alongside this, Bellefontaine’s Edelgen complex aims to fight soft inflammation, one of the main causes of skin ageing.

The treatment menu at the Bellefontaine Spa will feature a series of beauty, anti-ageing, energising facial treatments and body treatments for both men and women, including the signature Grandes Alpes Super-Moisturising Treatment, which uses Swiss thermal spring water to combat dehydration and restore suppleness and radiance.

The Bellefontaine Bespoke Discovery Treatment is a tailor-made experience that includes a complete skin consultation, targeted complexion treatment and massage.

"We are delighted to be working with Bellefontaine to enhance our spa concept and be the first hotel spa in Courchevel to offer these renowned treatments," said Nicholas Granger, general manager of Grandes Alpes, Courchevel 1850.

"Bellefontaine’s products combine some of the most advanced bio-technological and cosmeceutical science and we are proud to provide these products in our spa, alongside an extensive treatment menu on an exclusive basis for our guests."

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The Grandes Alpes, Courchevel 1850, a chalet-inspired resort in France, has partnered with Swiss anti-ageing brand Bellefontaine to launch a Bellefontaine Spa at the alpine hotel.
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Retail
Years ago, gym retail meant a small selection of basic products sold behind a counter. Now retail can turn more profit more than anywhere else in the gym, with opportunities in activewear, supplements and specialised gym equipment. We look at what’s working according to three industry experts
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Training
The UK’s first hotel with high altitude rooms has opened its doors, hot on the heels of the launch of a hypoxic chamber at the new Third Space in London. Is altitude training heading for the mainstream? Kath Hudson reports
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Flooring
The feel of a certain surface under a member’s feet can unconsciously put them in the right headspace to workout. We take a look at the latest flooring projects inspiring members to move...
Features
Trends
Is going sub-zero the next big thing in health clubs? We take a closer look at the benefits of cryotherapy and some of the options on offer if you’re thinking of making the leap into the big chill
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Wellness
Our industry needs to get older people significantly more active if the UK is to avoid a major crisis in social care, says a new report. Abi Harris explains what the key findings mean for you
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Report
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CEO, Kildare Sports and Leisure Facilities
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I’ve always felt uncomfortable with the idea that membership of a full-service club might cost £60 a month, but a personal trainer will watch you do press-ups for an hour and also charge £60. One of those two numbers is wrong and I think the boutique industry will expose that
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I think we’ll start to see more pay-as-you-go concepts, as they offer better value for money and flexibility. HIIT will stay popular and we will see more use of data in workouts to engage people
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You can do lots of great stuff, but find there are still large numbers of people who don’t engage. If you can start to understand why, then you’re onto something
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Featured supplier: SportsArt Eco-Powr line feeds power, harnessed from exercise, back into the grid
SportsArt has developed a new range of environmentally-friendly fitness equipment that could dramatically reduce a facility's carbon footprint, as well as lower operational costs.
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