Seaweed mask anyone?
Posted on February 25, 2015 | Sandra Phinney | 0 Comments
Lisa Walsh, founder of Indigena Skincare located in St. John’s and Conception Bay, NL, is excited about featuring her products in the guest rooms and Wash House Spa. All of Indigena’s products are made from natural ingredients such as Labrador tea, seaweed, and partridge berries.
“Some spa owners spend a lot of time and money trying to drown out noise in order to create a relaxing atmosphere. Not so at Battle Harbour. It’s as noise-free and relaxing as you can get,” she says.
Currently, Walsh is training someone from Mary’s Harbour to take the reins at Battle Harbour, although the spa trainer/expert will likely slip over from St. John’s a couple of times throughout the season … just to get away from it all.
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