We’re thrilled to announce the arrival of our two fabulous new spa products VOYA and Kerstin Florian.
Now let us tell you more about VOYA…
Like Park House, Voya is also family-run business situated in Strandhill, Co. Sligo, on the wild Atlantic coast of Ireland. Set up by Neil Walton, Voya was established from of a very successful seaweed baths business. As the popularity of the Walton’s Seaweed Baths grew and spread, more and more patrons wondered if there was some way they could replicate the experience in their own homes.
The challenge was significant as they knew that conventional cosmetics use chemicals and could destroy the beneficial properties of the seaweed and also damage the environment. Therefore, they went through a long and demanding voyage to create a revolution in cosmetics: the first genuinely organic seaweed-based cosmetic products in the world.
Neil’s brother Mark then set about creating a full range of seaweed-based organic products. By combining their knowledge of the therapeutic properties of wild seaweed with the expertise of highly skilled natural cosmetic scientists, marine biologists and dermatologists from around the world, they have been able to carry some of the unique qualities and effects of seaweed into the new beauty and skincare products.
Our Five Favourite Facts about Voya;
1/ All of Voya’s products are free from mineral oils, genetically modified ingredients, or synthetic colours, fragrances and preservatives; and are sustainable for sensitive skins.
2/ Voya’s environmentally friendly rang is designed to bring you the power and pureness of nature to soothe and moisturise the skin, improve its tone and elasticity and help against the signs of ageing.
3/ All Voya’s products are packaged using recycled, recyclable or biodegradable materials.
4/ Voya is opposed to the practice of animal testing in cosmetics research.
5/ The quality of Voya’s products has attracted many high-profile clients, including some of Ireland’s most exclusive spas and international resorts.
‘Voya is a voyage that began for us in 1912 when the first seaweed baths opened on the wild Atlantic coast of Strandhill, Ireland. We now invited you to make it your voyage too.’