Comfort Zone Names its UK Flagship Spa

The Forum Health Club and Spa at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales, has been named as the flagship UK outlet for Italian skincare company Comfort Zone.

Picture:The Forum Pool at Celtic Manor

The health club and spa - situated in the five-star hotel near Newport, Wales - will offer the full range of Comfort Zone body treatments and facials, using products manufactured with the pharmaceutical department of the University of Parma.

Facial services include treatments for sensitive skin and acne, as well as aromatherapy facials, while the body care range comprises botanical wraps, algae and mud therapy, anti-cellulite treatments, hydrotherapy, bronzing, after-sun care, manicures, pedicures and hair removal. The company also offers ten treatments specifically for men, such as the Monticelli Fango Wrap and the Green Clay Facial.

“Comfort Zone is a sophisticated and highly effective skincare line,” says Celtic Manor Marketing Director Simon Lee. “We were particularly impressed by its innovative men’s range, as we’ve become increasingly aware, since the opening of the Forum in 1999, that men no longer feel embarrassed at the idea of having a spa treatment.”


The 39,000 sq-ft Forum at The Celtic Manor Resort is one of the UK’s largest hotel health clubs with facilities that include 16 treatment rooms, a Rasul chamber, hair salon, swimming pools, 54-station gymnasium, an aerobics studio, saunas, steam rooms, plunge pools, an entertainment centre and a leisure café.