La Prairie Partners with Heinemann Australia for the Ultimate Pre-Flight Experience

Get your skin ready for the skies with ‘The Art of Luxury’ specialist skin care.

By Terry Christodoulou 25/04/2019

The least glamorous part of flying is getting through the airport. But Swiss skin care experts La Prairie together with Heinemann Australia have developed ‘The Art of Luxury’ – a world-first luxury skin care experience for clients travelling through Sydney International Airport.
“We are bringing a unique immersive experience to Sydney Airport to allow guests to select either a luxury treatment in a private suite, or an express service that can be performed on counter,” says La Prairie Managing Director Australia and New Zealand, Rosi Fernandez.

“After much hard work and collaboration, we’re proud to continue our successful partnership with La Prairie,” adds Heinemann Australia Managing Director, Richard Goodman. “The space’s design, innovation and customer experience are truly unique to the brand, and we are excited to continuously elevate the travel retail experience.”

Offering a moment for tranquillity prior to boarding your flight, guests are welcomed into a private beauty suite for 30 minutes, which includes 20 minutes of luxury treatments followed by a 10-minute personal skin consultation. The treatments include a deep cleansing, facial massage and application of La Prairie’s decadent products to get your skin flight-ready.

At the counter, the team offers a selection of 10-minute express services, which includes the selection of an Art of Perfection ritual for you, by an Instant Eye Revive massage, a Complexion Application or the Skin Caviar Hand and Arm Massage, using La Prairie’s Skin Caviar Complexion Creations.

All of the treatments and services can be reserved here and are available until September 2019 (https://www.laprairie.com.au/au/the-art-of-luxury)

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