Oxygen is an essential element for maintaining the vitality of the skin and is necessary for cell renewal and skin regeneration. Anti-aging results are achieved through a unique method of using oxygen to carry ingredients to the heart of the skin cells without needles. After an hour, skin is firmer, deep wrinkles are filled, and the complexion is radiant. For Gstaad Palace‘s 100th anniversary the Palace Spa is broadening its offer by products and oxygen treatments of the Clinica Ivo Pitanguy.
Ivo Pitanguy is internationally recognized as pioneer in this discipline, evident by the establishment of the first special clinic for cosmetic surgery worldwide in 1963.
“The clinic is based on 50 years of experience and is birthplace of significant developments and latest findings in the area of medical luxury cosmetics for face and
body. Moreover, Clinica Ivo Pitanguy and the Gstaad Palace share a similar corporate philosophy: both are family businesses and distinguish themselves by exclusive products
and outstanding service,” explained Laura Tedino, Spa Manager of Gstaad Palace.
Exclusively built to restore the water level of the skin, Oxy Intense treatment is an intensive source of moisture. Wrinkles are visibly replumped in water, skin is rebalanced. Oxy Radiance Treatment was exclusively built to restore the radiance of the skin, reduce pigmentation concerns and to unify the complexion. An anti-pigmentation serum is giving a true anti-aging effect to beautify the skin. The Oxy Eye Contour Treatment gives the eye area a burst of brightness and reduces pigment disorders for immediately visible results. Oxy Sculpt and Slim Body is a treatment is a perfect synergy of drainage, oxygen transport and connective tissue massage. Stimulates the connective tissue and reduces fat reserves.
The luxurious five star superior hotel Gstaad Palace celebrated its 100th anniversary. Owned by the Scherz family in the third generation, it is one of the last family-run luxury hotels in Switzerland.