Professional Italian skincare brand Comfort Zone has launched into Australian salons with a media event at Sydney’s stunning La Porte Space.
A family owned business founded in Parma, in Italy’s north in 1996, Comfort Zone has long held a reputation for promoting soulful, healthy and sustainable practices in skincare.
This professional skincare brand is the skincare division of The Davines Group, which has a long history in hair with its professional and natural haircare brand Davines. Owned by the Bollati family, The Davine Group is a company dedicated to science while also promoting soulful, healthy and sustainable practices in skincare and haircare since it was established in 1983.
Founded by Davines Group President Dr. Davide Bollati, a pharmacist and cosmetic chemist with a passion for innovative approaches to anti-ageing and internal health, Comfort Zone is finally moving into Australian salons.
Already in 34 countries including cities such as London, Paris, Holland, New York, Mexico City, and Hong Kong, Comfort Zone, will be distributed into Australian salons by BLC Cosmetics.
At the event, leading Australian beauty media were taken through key ranges in the brand – including anti-ageing line Skin Regimen, hydration range Hydramemory, and organic line Sacred Nature – and given live demonstrations of Comfort Zone’s professional treatments and techniques, which involve unique massage and soul-focusing rituals.
As well as the quality of active formulations going on the skin, the essence of this brand, ‘Skin, Science and Soul’, takes into account a person’s mental well-being, physical state and lifestyle choices. To aid the intensive scientific and medical-based research into this field of internal health, Dr Bollati has partnered with a panel of leading medical experts – including a nutridermatologist, a cardiologist and a neuroscientist – to help better understand the skin and propel the science of skin to greater heights.
This philosophy has been beautifully captured in the company’s soon-to-be-complete Davines village. Set to open in 2017, the 11,000sqm Parma, Italy site has been designed by renowned Italian architect Matteo Thun. It will feature a skin bar where visitors can try Comfort Zone’s range of products, an education zone and development laboratories, all set around a glasshouse and biodiversity gardens, which “host the plants and flowers contained in the products and add spiritual peace and vital energy,” says Barbara Gavazzol, international marketing director for Comfort Zone.
For more information on Comfort Zone, contact BLC Cosmetics.