Foreo’s beauty masks draw on the power of Manuka honey

The masks can be paired with Foreo’s UFO for a revitalizing facial treatment.
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Updated 05 August 2020

Foreo’s beauty masks draw on the power of Manuka honey

Swedish beauty company Foreo has launched a new range of face masks containing natural nutrients, Farm to Face. The masks include ingredients such as Bulgarian rose, green tea, coconut oil, acai berry and the star of the show, Manuka honey.
The ultimate superfood, Manuka honey has been celebrated for centuries for its benefits when it comes to health and beauty. Produced by the bees that pollinate the Manuka bush, native to New Zealand, Manuka honey is widely known for being one of the most unique and beneficial forms of honey in the world. Plus, it is also pretty tasty!
Foreo’s Manuka honey mask contains a nutrient-rich formula that softens skin and enhances elasticity for a radiant and soft complexion. “To gain the full benefits from the specially formulated mask, pair your Manuka honey treat with Foreo’s UFO for a revitalizing facial treatment that will leave your skin supple and younger looking,” the company said.
“Taking only 90 seconds from start to finish, the quick but effective treatment means that you can skip the spa and have an insta-worthy treatment in the comfort of your own home. Using LED lights and hyperinfusion technology, the UFO ensures you get the most out of every single mask treatment. The t-sonic pulsations give an added bonus of a relaxing facial massage.”
The mask is formulated to suit all skin types and works wonders on dry, dehydrated, aging skin. Manuka honey is a natural moisturizer. It improves skin hydration because it is able to absorb moisture directly from the air and draw it onto the skin.
In its natural form, Manuka honey has been found to reduce inflammation and irritation associated with acne. Having been used as a natural antibiotic for centuries, the superfood is the perfect natural alternative for curing acne, skin infections and eczema. It is also known for improving digestion, treating sore throats and boosting energy.
The new UFO-activated Farm to Face collection is now available at Sephora Middle East for 115 dirhams ($31) and includes six masks. The UFO is also available at Sephora Middle East.


Future Hospitality Summit eyes tourism recovery

Updated 28 September 2020

Future Hospitality Summit eyes tourism recovery

Future Hospitality Summit, a hybrid virtual conference to explore big ideas and tackle the challenges facing the hospitality industry, is set to take place live from Riyadh and around the world, on Oct. 26 and 27. It is organized by the Saudi Ministry of Tourism and the G20 Saudi Secretariat, as part of the International Conferences’ Programme, honoring the G20 Saudi presidency year 2020.

The event, which promises to be one of the most impactful gatherings of the world’s hospitality community, will be delivered on Bench Digital’s tried-and-tested digital event platform, providing an immersive live experience, including a virtual exhibition, one-to-one video networking, and integrated chat features for all participants.

A comprehensive three-pillar program has been developed in collaboration with industry creators, innovators and mentors, with particular focus on understanding the new landscape, collaborating and assessing opportunities, and innovating to recreate the industry’s future. Arne Sorenson, president and CEO, Marriott International; Arnold Donald, CEO, Carnival Corporation; Gloria Guevara, CEO and president, WTTC; Jerry Inzerillo, CEO, Diriyah Gate Development Authority; and Anita Mendiratta, special advisory to the secretary general, UNWTO; are lined up as featured speakers, along with over 100 other speakers and thousands of attendees.

“As a country that is at the forefront of the tourism sector’s response and recovery plans through the G20 presidency, Saudi Arabia is leading the conversation on the future of tourism and will provide an international platform to bring the industry together at the Future Hospitality Summit. Together, we will map out the rebuilding of the tourism and travel sector and strategically plan a sustainable future for stakeholders at every level,” said Mahmoud Abdulhadi, deputy minister for investment at the Saudi Ministry of Tourism.

Jonathan Worsley, chairman and founder of Bench Digital, added: “During this difficult time, it is vital that hospitality professionals across the globe come together as a community to work toward the recovery of our industry. Future Hospitality Summit will not only provide a powerful platform to network virtually, showcase best practice and demonstrate thought leadership, but it will also prove invaluable in ensuring that the industry emerges stronger as a whole from these unprecedented challenges.”

Empowering tomorrow’s workforce and attracting talent into the hospitality sector — imperative factors in sustaining the industry — will be two of the key focus points of the hybrid summit. Developing a skilled workforce is paramount in order to quickly evolve and keep pace with the demand being created from the hospitality sector. In Saudi Arabia, for example, 253 new hotels are coming online by 2030. Consequently, Future Hospitality Summit is a forum to engage with the hospitality workforce of the future and promote the sector as an attractive career path.