Davines, Comfort Zone, and Delta Create New Asanda Spa Lounge

Davines and Comfort Zone have teamed up with Delta Sky Club to bring some R&R to weary travelers. The Italian made product and treatment lines are now being featured in Delta Sky Club’s first Asanda Spa Lounge in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, as well as the airlines newest spa location at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Built in 2015, Seattle’s Delta Sky Club Lounge spans 21,000 square-feet and offers a view of Mount Rainier. At JFK, the Delta Sky Club Lounge is just one feature of Delta’s $1.4 billion investment to upgrade its terminal. Both locations offer Asada Spa Lounges that feature services using Comfort Zone products and offer retail spaces for Comfort Zone and Davines products.

Presently, there are seven services offered at the spas. Services are broken into categories: mind body, massage, and skin. For the tired traveler, Clear Mind Refreshed Eyes ($65, 45 minutes) uses Comfort Zone’s Sublime Skin Eye Patches – a corrective hydrogrel eye mask that uses peptides to provide correction for signs of fatigue and puffiness. For total relaxations, the complete Immersion Massage ($50, 20 minutes or $95, 45 minutes) restores equilibrium through a unique combination of Deepak Chopra guided meditation, touch, and essential oils. The Comfort Zone Tranquility Blend, Skin regiment Body Scrub, and organic Arnica extract exfoliate and relieve muscle tension in travelers. All massage services take place in a Fusionlite massage chair, complete with built-in immersion sound cushion.


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