Knightsbridge hotel Jumeirah Carlton Tower is inviting guests to turn back the clock in the New Year with a new anti-ageing package. Designed to leave guests feeling and looking younger, the package includes a copper-infused iluminage Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase which has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles in as little as four weeks; a 90-minute SKEYNDOR Kobido and Global Lift Facial in the hotel’s rooftop Peak Health Club & Spa and a skin-boosting breakfast-in-bed specially created by Executive Head Chef Simon Young.
Luxury beauty brand iluminage’s Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase is specially woven with copper oxide fibres, an essential mineral that has been used in skincare and beauty products for many years. Naturally found in the skin, copper is known to play an important role in the skin’s renewal process, including promoting the growth of proteins which help reduce the visible signs of fine lines and wrinkles. Crafted with satin-soft yet durable materials and a safe, non-irritating thread, clinical trials have shown the pillowcase improves the skin’s overall appearance after four weeks, with a continuing effect over time. At the end of their stay, the pillowcase will be the guest’s to take home.
As part of the anti-aging package, guests will also be treated to The Peak Health Club & Spa’ssignature 90-minute SKEYNDOR Kobido and Global Lift Facial. This all-in-one face massage and facial from scientific skincare specialists SKEYNDOR combines Kobido facial massage techniques from Japan, with the brand’s revolutionary Global Lift Facial to remove toxins, smooth out wrinkles and restore facial fullness, achieving a face lift effect without the need for needles.
To help guests feel good on the inside as well as on the outside, the hotel’s Executive Head Chef Simon Young has devised a superfood breakfast-in-bed featuring an array of skin and body-boosting treats. Starting with a ‘Health Cooler’ juice of pomegranate, beetroot and carrot for a vitamin, iron and anti-oxidant-enriched boost, the breakfast continues with fresh blueberries and raspberries served with kefir, a creamy yogurt containing three times more probiotics than normal yogurt. This morning treat will finish with poached organic eggs on sour dough with smashed avocado and heritage tomatoes, providing protein, mono-unsaturated fats and potassium, alongside anti-oxidant rich green tea.
Guests will also be able to enjoy the facilities of The Peak Health Club & Spa during their stay including the state-of-the-art gym, fitness studios offering over 70 classes a week, 20 metre swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room.
The Jumeirah Carlton Tower anti-ageing package is available from 1 January 2017 from £498 per room, per night, including VAT, and includes in-room breakfast for two, one SKEYNDOR Kobido and Global Lift Facial and one iluminage Skin Rejuvenating Pillowcase. Reservations must be made a minimum of three days in advance.