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Pure Fiji launches new treatment and infusion, Coconut Lime Blossom

Pure Fiji, the vast growing spa guru, launched their brand new treatment and infusion, Coconut Lime Blossom at their two-day Spa Therapist training this week. The whole day training began
19 Feb 2017 14:34
Pure Fiji launches new treatment and infusion, Coconut Lime Blossom
Brand and training manager of Pure Fiji Carla Konik facilitates the workshop for staff members of resorts and beauty spas from all over Fiji at the Pure Fiji office at Vatuwaqa. Photo: JONE LUVENITOGA

Pure Fiji, the vast growing spa guru, launched their brand new treatment and infusion, Coconut Lime Blossom at their two-day Spa Therapist training this week.

The whole day training began on Thursday with 48 attendees from 27 resorts from Fiji and other outer islands.

Carla Konik, Brand Manager and Training Manager for Pure Fiji said: “In New Zealand, we have lots of beautiful resorts that like to stock our range and at this training we launched a brand new treatment and infusion, Coconut Lime Blossom.

“It is a beautiful zesty infusion with beautiful coconut and lime fragrance. It is my new favourite.”

Ms Konik has been affiliated with Pure Fiji for the past 12 years and has been to Fiji more than 20 times. 

“I also like to come to Fiji because it is my favourite place,” she said. 

She said the annual training would help build confidence in spa therapists when treating the spa guests using the Pure Fiji products.

“This training can benefit the resorts because the employees are learning more about the benefits of using Pure Fiji in their spa, they are feeling more confident to the spa guests about the benefits of Pure Fiji,” she said. 

She said the training also equipped the therapists with knowledge on how to retail the products to make their clients want to bring the Pure Fiji products back to their country. 

Ms Konik said the immensely popular Pure Fiji products in New Zealand had drawn more than 120 stoppers in New Zealand.

“They all love Pure Fiji, and it has a real culture following not just in New Zealand, but across the world and in places like America, you can find it in Los Vegas and the Caesars Place and so on,” she said.

“Our goal locally is to make sure that the top five-star resorts are having Pure Fiji available to all of their guests. Not only just the guest that go to the spa but the guests that would visit the reception area as well too.”

She said having the training this month was a good time before the peak season hits. 

Spa Therapist, Mere Nayacalevu, was one of the three representatives from Spa Denarau in Port Denarau.

“We learnt a few of our new treatments and upgrading of the new techniques to a new level,” said Ms Nayacalevu. 

She has been a Spa Therapist for 10 years. 

She advises those who intend to pursue a career in spa therapy to constantly learn new techniques and to join the profession with a heart filled with passion. 

“Spa therapy is about indulgence and rejuvenating the body.

“Beauty changes every year and with that comes the emergence of new techniques so it is always good to learn,” she said.

EDITED BY: IVAMERE NATARO

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