Beauty news: Burj Club Spa launches men's treatments, drink your skin healthy and more

Plus: Estée Lauder Group opens boutique at Abu Dhabi airport and Dolce & Gabbana launches Summer Dance make-up collection

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Burj Club Spa launches four treatments for men

Several new massage treatments are now available to men at the Burj Club Spa (, each of which focuses on a different part of the body, and all of which promise to promote a sense of relaxation and well-being. The signature Burj Spa treatment combines the low-pressure strokes of the Swedish massage with essential oils from aromatherapy. The Balinese treatment uses acupressure, while the Shiatsu massage applies pressure from the palm and fingers to promote the flow of energy, and correct imbalances such as sinusitis, bronchitis and fatigued joints. Gym-goers can opt for the firmer Athletic massage, which releases tension and assists in muscle recovery. Men can also sign up for a facial treatment or simply enjoy the spa's complimentary facilities, such as the steam room, sauna and multisensory showers.

Drink your way to healthy skin with Skinade

Skincare skincare drink. Courtesy Skinade
Skincare skincare drink. Courtesy Skinade

Imported from the UK, Skinade ( is made up of 7,000mg of hydrolysed marine collagen. Consuming the 150ml ready-to-drink bottle daily for up to 90 days reportedly triggers a wound-healing response in our bodies that activates fibroblasts (collagen-producing cells), when it enters the blood stream. An increase in collagen also prompts the body to produce hyaluronic acid, which hydrates and tightens the skin. The drink is available in natural peach and mangosteen flavours from Iwona Specialty Clinic, Sansaya Cosmetic Surgery and Dental Clinic, Euromed Medical Center, Rose Arbaji and Kalm Holistic Beauty. Prices start from Dh800 for a 30-day supply.

Estée Lauder Group opens boutique at Abu Dhabi airport

The Night by French perfumer Frédéric Malle. Courtesy Editions de Parfums
The Night by French perfumer Frédéric Malle. Courtesy Editions de Parfums

Terminal three at Abu Dhabi International Airport will now stock the various brands that fall under the Estée Lauder Group, including cosmetics by MAC and SmashBox, and fragrances by Jo Malone London and By Kilian. Also making a first appearance on the travel-retail market are luxury perfumes by Le Labo and Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle. Travellers can take advantage of various promotions, including complimentary hand and arm massages, and free makeover sessions. The brands join the likes of Clinique, La Mer, Tom Ford Beauty and Aramis & Designer Fragrances already at Abu Dhabi Duty Free.

Dolce & Gabbana launches Summer Dance make-up collection 

Summer Dance make-up collection by Dolce & Gabbana

Shimmering bronzer, hot lipsticks and nude blushes: Dolce & Gabbana’s latest make-up collection is a representation of the blazing summer months of Sicily, punctuated by blue skies, sun-kissed browns, mountain greens and silvery white sunlight. The 13 products are segmented by shade into the Glow, Heat and Pop ranges, and include eyeliners in blue and pink; nail lacquers in candy, rock green, electric blue and silvery mirror ball; lipsticks in fuchsia, sheer, pinky-lilac and mirror ball; and a burnished bronzer and rose-tinted blush. The limited-edition eyeshadow quad palette has four shimmering shades of pink, olive green, yellow ochre and orangey-brown. The Summer Dance collection is available at Dolce & Gabbana beauty counters across the UAE.


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