Dr. Burgener Switzerland Launches Exclusive Line at The Dolder Grand Spa

A new partnership at The Dolder Grand Spa introduces a host of new treatments to the menu.

For spa-goers who spare no expense when it comes to their skin, The Dolder Grand Spa (Zurich) recently partnered with Dr. Burgener Switzerland, a Swiss skincare company, to launch a range of professionally designed products and treatments tailored exclusively to the requirements of The Dolder Grand.

In addition to a selection of treatments, the partnership also introduced the Haute Couture concept, which uses advanced technology to assess and then treat the skin with made-to-measure skincare products for daily use. Ranging from $2,300 to $20,200, the Haute Couture treatment plan can be purchased as a stand-alone customized facial, a customized facial with a three-month supply of Haute Couture products, or an extended treatment plan that involves a skin analysis every three months, customized facials, and a year-long supply of products.

The property is also the first to offer an in-room amenity line from Dr. Burgener Switzerland. “To mark the 10th anniversary of The Dolder Grand’s reopening, we carried out extensive research before we came across Dr. Burgener Switzerland,” says director of spa Therese Martirena. “The brand combines a luxurious lifestyle with an innovative therapeutic approach, and this is embodied by one remarkable woman—Dr. Pauline Burgener. Like The Dolder Grand, this special brand has its roots in Switzerland and was founded in Lausanne in 1955. The expertise, passion, and international mindset of this family company are a perfect fit with the philosophy of our hotel.


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