Spa Ceylon Story
Nestled in the heart of the Indian Ocean lies the tear-drop isle of Ceylon, acclaimed since ancient times as an exotic tropical paradise rich in natural beauty Deep rooted in the culture of the island over centuries of time, were natural relaxation, rejuvenation and healing rituals derived from Ayurveda, the 5000 year old 'science of life" originating from the region.
Receiving great Royal patronage, Ayurveda became the heart of the majestic vell being rituals practised in the grand palaces of ancient Ceylon. Derived from these Royal well being rituals & holistic healing practices of Ayurveda, comes the range of treasured natural formulae from Spa Ceylon, to purify; hydrate, treat, soothe & calm the body mind and soul.
Formulated only with the purest natural ingredients, Spa Ceylon's high-performance products are enriched with powerful Avurvecla herbs, certified
organic essential oils, precious natural minerals, extra-virgin coconut oil, rich ocean salts & the finest spices from Ceylon.
Designed to delight the senses, the formulae are infused with luxuriously rich island aromas blended with fine aromatic essential oils of exotic flowers, herbs, fruits and woods.
True to its island heritage, signature Spa Ceylon packaging incorporates Ceylonese Royal insignia, traditional motifs, native script and jeweled hues,
combined with contemporary design.
Backed by a live-decade old family business with vast expertise in the manufacture of Ayurveda health & beauty care, Spa Ceylon was founded by brothers
Shiwantha & Shalin in 2009. As at 2015, the brand has grown rapidly to establish itself as the world's leading luxury Ayurveda brand', with more than 30 signature boutiques & spas located across South Asia, the Far East & Europe.
Embodying the family's integral values of caring forpeople & the environment, with a passion for continued improvement & innovation, Spa Ceylon is strongly determined to give back to its island home.
Today, the brand is actively involved in support of community fair trade,sustainable harvesting of ingredients, wildlife conservation, prevention of cruelty towards animals, protection of human rights and protection of the environment.