Luxury Ayurveda Giant Spa Ceylon Unveils Flagship Store in Malé

Spa Ceylon, acclaimed as ‘the world’s largest luxury Ayurveda brand,’ has opened its store in Malé. Located on Fareedhee Magu, the store offers a diverse range of products, including fragrances, hair care, skin care, body care, and home aroma. Operating hours for the store are from 8:30 AM to 10:30 PM.

The store is designed to reflect its branding and offers the same experience and ambiance. The Sri Lankan brand is a favorite among many Maldivians who travel to Colombo. In addition to Sri Lanka, Spa Ceylon has outlets in India, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, Slovakia, Austria, Russia, and many others. They have stores in more than 20 countries across continents and plan to expand further, particularly in Europe.

Spa Ceylon is an internationally renowned and award-winning brand. They secured three international awards at the World Luxury Spa Awards 2023: the Global Award for Best Beauty Product, Best Luxury Ayurveda Spa Global, and Best Spa Group Global.

Their product range includes treatment oils, massage balms, massage and bath oils, essential oils, cleansing bars, exfoliating bars, shower gels, body scrubs, body pacs, milk baths, body lotions, moisturizing balms, body mist, soothing balms, foot care, and herbal compresses.

According to Spa Ceylon, their products are derived from the royal relaxation, rejuvenation, and healing rituals of Ayurveda practiced in the grand palaces of Ceylon. From Spa Ceylon comes a range of treasured formulas and rituals to hydrate, treat, purify, and soothe the body, mind, and soul.

“Spa Ceylon combines Ayurvedic wisdom, fine natural ingredients, & contemporary design to bring you the ultimate in Ayurveda luxury – for health, well-being, & relaxation,” says the brand.

“Spa Ceylon products are formulated only with the finest natural ingredients, including organic essential oils from our tropical island home, organically grown sun-kissed fresh Aloe Vera, therapeutically proven pure extra virgin coconut oil, mineral-rich Indian Ocean salts, & fabled Ceylon spices.”


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