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It is our first treatment to utilise tea polyphenols to refresh and revive the skin and combines innovative ingredients to provide double exfoliation
– Dr Assia Clément, director of operations at Thémaé

French spa brand Thémaé has created a new treatment and accompanying body scrub inspired by Asian tea ceremonies.

The 90-minute treatment, called Freshness Ceremony Tea in Asia, begins with a body scrub to leave the skin smooth and nourished. A back massage using the company's Spring Balm to alleviate tension follows, before a green tea body wrap is applied. A green tea facial to refresh and brighten completes the ritual.

The scrub, called Gommage Thé En Asie (Tea In Asia), is formulated with papaya enzymes, black rice extract, coconut and sugar to offer both manual and enzymatic exfoliation. Other ingredients include an exclusive 4 Tea complex to refresh and reinvigorate, while cranberry and jojoba oils leave the skin soft and nourished.

Dr Assia Clément, director of operations at Thémaé, says: "Gommage Thé En Asie is the latest innovation from Thémaé. It is our first treatment to utilise tea polyphenols to refresh and revive the skin and combines innovative ingredients to provide double exfoliation."

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THÉMAÉ
Established in 2007, THÉMAÉ is a cosmetic and spa brand which finds its inspiration in the Art of Tea. Its founders Guillaume Lefèvre and Bertrand Thiery used their expertise in the pharmaceutical and spa fields to explore the many virtues of the four existing types of tea around the world: black, green, white and rooibos or “red tea”. They studied the benefits of each tea in order to extract the best one for the well-being of body and skin care by combining them with spring water to maintain their purity. THÉMAÉ, Japanese name for the tea preparation ceremony, is available in high-end spas providing care with very specific rituals, but also through an expert line of cosmetics for face and body.
The THÉMAÉ spa in Paris is located at 20-22 rue Croix des Petits Champs in the 1st district and offers a full range of treatments and massages as well as all cosmetic products. The THÉMAÉ brand is also present in prestigious partner spas in numerous countries across 4 continents...
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20-22 rue Croix des Petits Champs, 75001 Paris, France
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+33 1 75 77 59 60
French spa brand Thémaé has created a new treatment and accompanying body scrub inspired by Asian tea ceremonies.
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