Cutting-Edge Skin Care tech debuts at Four Seasons Hotel

Cutting-Edge Skin Care tech debuts at Four Seasons Hotel

ManamaA weekend break at Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay promises to rejuvenate guests from the inside out, as The Spa, the property’s exquisite wellness centre, introduces an enticing selection of innovative face and body treatments using the latest technology and premium products from the sought-after aesthetic medicine and medical cosmetics brand MCCM.

Offered exclusively in the Gulf at Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay from October 15, 2017, four new MCCM contouring and skin treatments incorporate cutting-edge skin care technology while using precise and essential active principles and ingredients that can be tailored for individual needs and skin types – ensuring the right care and attention is given to every guest to produce the desired results.

Those looking for wrinkle reduction, skin brightening and tightening will delight in the Hotel’s exclusive Skin Contouring and Skin Treatment Packages that make use of MCCM’s Meso system combined with the RF Intelligent machine, which emits regenerative radio frequency waves that are designed to hydrate, oxygenate and revitalise cells inside the body. Providing guests with the option to target specific areas such as the thighs, buttocks, arms or stomach, the ground-breaking technology stimulates the formation of collagen and elastin from the interior of the cell, providing unparalleled firmness to the skin that glows from the inside-out.

Based on individual needs, visitors to The Spa can take their pick from a selection of treatments, including the Ultimate Lightening Facial, the Ultimate Botox Facial, the Ultimate Derma Body Shaping Fat Reduction and the Ultimate Derma Body Shaping – Firming Treatment – each priced at BHD 60 or BHD 80 (with RF Intelligence machine).

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“The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay is thrilled to introduce a range of medical cosmetic treatments in partnership with the renowned MCCM, complementing our existing ila and Sodashi lines. A non-invasive medical solution, the MCCM RF Intelligent machine will provide in-house guests, Spa members and outside visitors with the opportunity to try a truly pampering experience that promises the same luxurious and soothing sensations of a holistic spa facial while conducting a medical radio wave frequency treatment that penetrates the deepest layers of the skin to achieve optimum results,” comments Chandarella Luzon, Director of Spa,  Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay.

To enhance visible changes, a series of multi-session options, which are a combination of the four MCCM contouring and skin sessions, provides the ultimate choice and flexibility for those looking to make the most out of the opportunity to rejuvenate with a deeply relaxing, yet highly targeted medical spa experience. The full range includes the 3-Day Ultimate Skin Contouring Program priced at BHD 175, 3-Day Ultimate Body Contouring Program at BHD 140, 6-Day Ultimate Skin Contouring at BHD 330 and the 6-Day Ultimate Body Contouring Program at BHD 240. Guests booking any of the 3- or 6-day sessions will receive an additional 20 percent savings on all MCCM retail products – making it easier for them to continue enjoying the benefits of body firming from the comfort of their home.  

To reserve call 973 17115000 or request service online. 




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