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Fashionizer unveils Innovative Spa Uniform Collection
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Jun '08
Fashionizer - couture uniform designers to the hospitality industry - introduced the UK's 1st natural fibre and organic spa uniform collection at the Professional Beauty Show at ExCel, to overwhelming interest in its natural fibre spa uniform approach - as well as several orders.

When hospitality clients began requesting cotton spa uniforms, Fashionizer decided to act as research revealed that there was neither a cotton rich spa fabric collection on the market that could stand up to spa use - nor any organic spa uniforms. Consequently, Fashionizer spent 18 months developing exclusive fabrics for its spa uniforms with its European mills.

Fashionizer Spa has committed to weaving as much cotton and organic cotton as possible into its spa uniforms, combined with the minimum amount of other fibres including Lycra - to enable all day freshness and comfort. Cotton has long been cultivated for its breathability, which makes it the perfect choice for spa therapists working closely with clients in busy spas and salons.

Director of Fashionizer, Debbie Leon adds, "We are delighted with the overwhelmingly positive response to our spa uniforms! It's clear that natural fibre spa uniforms have been long awaited by many in the beauty and spa industry. Our contemporary spa uniforms in earthy colours and cool, natural, and organic fibres are a genuine breath of fresh air."

Fashionizer's organic cotton spa uniforms are a simple way of making a real difference, whilst enhancing a Spa's environmental credentials. Fashionizer Spa's organic cotton has been approved by the Futura Association and has been produced with the environment in mind.

Fashionizer Spa's natural fibre and organic spa and salon uniforms are the newest offering from Fashionizer, couture uniform designers to the hospitality industry. Fashionizer Spa's use of natural fibres and organic fabrics characterises our commitment to combining ethics with innovation.

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