Ishga, an award-winning luxury seaweed skincare range from the Hebrides, has announced a partnership with Spa Naturel Fitness, within the Mercure Hotels managed by Klarent Hospitality.
The new collaboration has introduced ishga’s organic seaweed skincare and treatments to guests at the following properties, Mercure Dartford Brands Hatch Hotel & Spa, Mercure Cardiff Holland House, Mercure Sheffield St Paul’s Hotel & Spa, Mercure Warwickshire Walton Hall Hotel & Spa and Mercure Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa.
For this partnership, ishga has worked closely with 3d leisure, a leading health, fitness, wellness and Spa management company. Established in 1991, 3d leisure boasts an impressive client renewal record and a wide-ranging client portfolio. The team currently manages over 140 sites across the UK which includes these Mercure properties.
“We loved partnering with ishga for several reasons, it’s a growing company with several awards under its belt already and we see so many more to come,” says Phil Harper, Group Spa Operations Manager at 3d leisure, “All the products are from organic natural ingredients and the seaweed is harvested on a rotational basis, product training can also be carried out on site, which is a massive benefit to the operation, and our therapists love working with the products.”
Derived from the Gaelic word for water, ishga infuses healing spring water with a potent extract of Scottish Hebridean seaweed. Renowned for its antioxidant, anti-ageing and health properties, Hebridean seaweed contains a host of vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids which nurture and protect the skin.
Sustainably sourced, formulated and manufactured on the Isle of Lewis, ishga’s skincare range blends a mineral-rich potent seaweed extract with organic ingredients and essential oils, offering natural, results-driven products and professional spa treatments.
Leon Trayling, Co-founder and Director of ishga, added: “We are proud to be partnering with 3d leisure at these Mercure Hotel spas. Not only does it broaden our presence across England and Wales, but it has also led to new opportunities for ishga and 3d leisure. Expect to see further announcements very soon.”