Earlier this month, FAJO attended the launch of the Caudalie Toronto Boutique Spa.
With special guest Coco Rocha to help launch the brand’s new location, attendees at this exclusive VIP event were treated to a wine tasting from Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte, wine from the founders’ personal vineyard. Delectable food was also served as guests shopped, received samples from the Caudalie Paris lines and witnessed the ribbon cutting ceremony at Sherway Gardens, in the west end of the city.
Supermodel Coco Rocha looked stunning in a striking black jumpsuit, with baloon sleeves, by Canadian designer duo Greta Constantine. Both designers were also in attendance.
About Caudalie Paris
It all began in the family’s vineyard in 1993, when Mathilde Thomas and her husband launched Caudalie Paris after discovering the benefits of grape-seed polyphenols. From the first two face creams and nutritional supplements in 1995, to the Premier Cru line, creams which have since received five awards due to their anti-ageing properties, Caudalie has created paraben-free products which help firm and tone skin, and assist in wrinkle prevention. They also repair skin damage.
Treatments available at the boutique spa include a Premier Cru Facial, a facial which combines massage and facial treatments enriched with Resveratrol to help fight the signs of ageing; a Divine Body Treatment, a body massage with Divine Oil; and a Crushed Cabernet Scrub and Treatment, part of the Vinotherapie Spa treatments. You may recall our Editor-in-Chief Hannah Yakobi’s experience of one of the treatments with Caudalie Paris products at the Miraj Hammam Spa in July this year.
Other boutique spas in Canada and the United States include two in Quebec, as well as locations in Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Washington D.C.