THE WHAT? Clarins has cut the ribbon on a boutique and spa in Dublin – the first of its kind to be opened in the UK & Ireland market, according to a report published by the Dublin Gazette.
THE DETAILS The French beauty brand is said to have invested €1 million in fitting out the space and has created 10 jobs. The spa will offer a menu of bespoke facial and body treatments as well as offer the full range for sale – a model that has been tried and tested in Asia and the Middle East as well as across France, Belgium and Switzerland.
THE WHY? Clarins MD, Olivier Courtin told the Dublin Gazette, “We intend this to be a landmark boutique retail concept and destination in Dublin city centre, where you can enjoy the full Clarins experience with our trained experts. The brand has confidence and has invested in a bricks and mortar service-led boutique and spa, which will complement our nationwide partner network and will be a destination for Clarins customers.”