Beauty

Caudalie opens first spa in Canada

French skincare brand Caudalie just opened their first spa boutique in Canada in Toronto’s upscale Yorkville neighbourhood. photo Michael Muraz

Bordeaux finds a new home in Toronto at The Hazelton House, Caudalie’s first Canadian flagship location

Caudalie’s first Canadian boutique features immersive design elements inspired by the Bordeaux vineyards in Château Smith Haute Lafitte, the birthplace of Caudalie products and the first Caudalie spa. From a custom grapevine chandelier, white oak wine barrel fixtures to marble inspired by the original spa tiles, the boutique will visually transport guests to the home of Caudalie in French wine country.

“Opening a flagship location in Toronto is an important milestone for Caudalie, one that we’ve been looking forward to for a while,” says Mathilde Thomas, Caudalie, Co-Founder. “The history, culture and energy of Toronto excited us to connect with this beautiful city, share our brand story and immerse Toronto into the DNA of Caudalie.”

Guests can immerse themselves in a product discovery and sampling area, receive personalized skincare analysis with diagnostic tools, and indulge in a full menu of spa services, including favourites like the Premier Cru Facial and Crushed Cabernet Scrub Signature Body treatment.

To ensure the waste produced by the boutique is kept at minimum, Caudalie has partnered with recyclable program, Terracycle, to recycle clients’ empty Caudalie products and to internally safely recycle and discard materials.

About the brand
Caudalie is a French skincare brand established in 1995 by Mathilde Thomas and her husband Bertrand in the heart of the Bordeaux region on the “Smith Haut Lafitte” estate. This independent brand uses the benefits of ingredients obtained from grapes and the grapevine. Caudalie products are natural, effective and luxurious; they are based on a model of natural science that follows a very strict charter, known as “Cosm’ethics”

For more info visit caudalie.ca

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