INNI: The new skincare range from La Source Spa
To infinity and beyond
La Source Spa is our go-to spot for pampering massages and luxurious facials. We adore the elegant and serene surroundings and the talented hands of the therapists there. La Source shares our preference for no gimmicky extras — just top-notch service and skilful, well thought-out treatments. After years using other brands in the spa's skin and face rituals, owner Jane Soon decided to develop her own brand.
Named INNI — short for Infinity — the brand is founded on Soon's love for purity and wellness. All products are 100 per cent natural and made without parabens, mineral oils, artificial colorants, perfumes and fillers. Harnessing the power of the range's signature ingredient — Austrian heilmoor clay, a peat which has purifying, anti-ageing and rejuvenating properties — the products in the range are also affordable.
Says Soon, "INNI is a very personal project to me. I believe in the pursuit of a more holistic lifestyle and using skincare products that are as natural as possible is a part of that equation. Most people try to eat better, exercise more and even practice mindfulness but they often forget that what they apply on their skin is just as important. I hope that INNI will go some way towards inspiring more people to be good to their skin."
Divided into four major categories — whitening, anti-ageing, hydrating and purifying — the pared-down but effective products also include a body scrub, lotion and firming gel. To complement INNI's star products such as the Miracle Glow Age Defying Serum are facial and body services such as The Gentlemen's Facial, Red Carpet Facial and the La Source Deep Tissue Massage. Book yourself in for a treatment, try INNI's suite of offerings and fall in love.
From $12-$188. Available exclusively at La Source Spa #01-03 Thong Teck Building, 6732-1318
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