Staffordshire spa introduces new Sensory Retreats launch


Hoar Cross Hall in Staffordshire has become the first spa in the UK to incorporate Sensory Retreats' new self-heating Divine Eyes Mask within its treatment offering.

Created by Clare Anderson, founder of the Lava Shell brand, the lavender-infused luxurious eye masks are made with natural ingredients which gently heat as they come into contact with the air.

Guests at Hoar Cross Hall will now be able to add the Divine Eyes Mask onto body and massage treatments, as well as purchasing for at-home use.

This latest news comes after the success of Sensory Retreat's Lava Shell Massage which has seen a significant uplift at Hoar Cross Hall due to customer demands regarding hygiene levels.

With guests now returning to spas following Covid-19 closures, the industry is seeing requests rise for treatments which have a limited touch aspect to lower risk of infection and close contact. As the Lava Shell massage uses non-porous shells, this helps limit touch between the client and therapist. 

Announcing the partnership, Niamh Flanagan, spa operations manager at Hoar Cross Hall, says: “We are delighted to incorporate Divine Eyes into our spa offering. Seeing how successful the Lava Shells Massage has been for our clientele has reinforced the holistic wellbeing aspect of our treatments. We expect this to be extremely popular with guests, especially after this year, which has been tough not only mentally but physically and emotionally.”