Welcoming Elemental Herbology to this beautiful Sussex hotel and spa, Ockenden Manor launched the product line this month to give a show stopper experience that befits their Elizabethan manor house surroundings.
Elemental Herbology works on the five elements and uses a natural philosophy combined with an eagle eye for performance based products. Crucial to the product line is the nourishment that it brings to the skin and the personalisation that’s possible for each therapy. They believe that everyone has different characteristics in their skin and it is important to use the right ingredients and products that will support your needs and lifestyle.
Ockenden Manor Spa opened in 2012 as a wonderfully contemporary, peaceful haven for West Sussex. The spa contrasts with the estate’s original 19th century walled fruit garden in which it sits, but simultaneously works in harmony with its setting.
With interior design, textures and tones inspired by the natural landscape of the South Downs, uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside, nature and the English landscape are at the heart of what the spa offers. Even the water for the swimming pool, outdoor hot tub, indoor spa bath and rain shower comes from the hotel’s own underground spring, making Elemental Herbology a seamless fit.
In perfect synergy with Ockenden Manor Spa’s philosophy, Elemental Herbology has the pursuit of good health and natural wellness at its core. Made in England, the brand creates natural yet indulgent skin and bodycare – delivering truly visible results. Products are completely natural and bionutritious, supporting responsible harvesting and using reputable raw materials.
Miranda Carminger, Joint Managing Director, Historic Sussex Hotels said: “working with Elemental Herbology is a natural fit for Ockenden Manor. We were so excited to come across a company that has a philosophy so similar to our own – proudly English, very natural and, most importantly, 100% effective for our guests.”
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