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The international skin care and fragrances group has a global turnover of around $1.5bn, and is currently expanding operations in the region
August 19, 2008 5:20 by kippreport
Last year, Clarins Group Middle East announced that its sales, since the launch of its regional operations in Dubai in 2001, had grown by 280 percent.
The company says that its skin care line is the most popular in the market, and is the top-earner in terms of sales in the Middle East. While the group’s main business line remains cosmetics and perfumes, it also operates spas in the region; there is the “Solesenses by Clarins” at the Le Meridien Mina Seyahi in Dubai, and more recently, Clarins opened its first spa in Saudi Arabia.
The ladies-only spa at the Qasr Al Sharq hotel in Jeddah features five treatment rooms, a gym, an aquamedic water-jet massage pool, a whirlpool, a sauna and a café.
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