Tribe517 launches gender-neutral spa line
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We’re open to working with our partners on a case-by-case basis to create individual treatments
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Tribe517, a UK-based natural and sustainable artisan spa brand founded by experienced holistic spa therapist Claire Caddick, has launched The ONE Collection.

Comprising an oil, cream and scrub, all products in the range are gender-neutral in fragrance, multi-tasking, sustainably packaged and suitable for all skin types, including those sensitive to allergens.

The trio of products has been created to work in harmony as they all contain the same blend of superfood oils. This includes cabbage seed and avocado, plus Tribe517’s aromatic heritage essential oil combination of sweet orange helichrysum and vanilla – claimed to deliver vitamins A, C, E and omega oils.

The formula is designed to encourage radiance, provide nourishment, accelerate healing and promote healthy skin, with antioxidant qualities slowing the ageing process.

Caddick told Spa Business The ONE Collection has been developed in response to extensive therapist feedback.

“While we don’t have an exact treatment to go with these products yet, they were developed so they could be substituted into treatments for customers with allergies to nuts and nut oils, which are quite prolific in spa products.

“The feedback from our spa partners has been fantastic though, so we’re open to working with our partners on a case-by-case basis to create individual treatments created around the client’s needs.”

The products embody the ethos of Tribe517 which champions skinimalism and delivering the spa experience both in spa and at home.

Packaged in recyclable amber glass with a classic apothecary look, The ONE collection will be available from Tribe517’s spa partners and online shop from the end of March.

Tribe517 is partnered with 15 UK spas including Moddershall Oaks, The Wave Garden Spa, Breedon Priory, Manor House Alsager and Weaver’s House Spa.

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Tribe517 is an artisan natural spa brand from the UK that provides a curated spa collective to those spas looking for beautifully curious therapies. Its therapies incorporate authentic natural elements with magical fragrances which harness precious life energy. Tribe517 was founded by Claire Caddick, an experienced holistic spa therapist and consultant. As a result, all Tribe517 treatments champion the spa therapist. Products are as fresh to order as possible with an 18 months shelf life. The business currently has 15 UK spa partners.
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Tribe517, a UK-based natural and sustainable artisan spa brand founded by experienced holistic spa therapist Claire Caddick, has launched The ONE Collection.

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