The smell of the spa that has been popularised in the UK for years, the Beauty Salon, has been described as a “pest” and a “carnival”.
But a new report by the Clean Air Network has called for a rethink on how it is being promoted.
It says the spa is “a breeding ground for the creation of ‘natural’ beauty products” and is being used to create a “sensationalised and sensationalised” image of beauty in the US.
The Clean Air Alliance’s report says there is no scientific evidence that the spa’s “pungent and overpowering odours” are harmful.
It warns that the fragrance of the Spa is a “delicate blend of floral, woody, and citrus”.
Its also suggested that the “floral, woodsy aroma of the flowers and the citrusy aroma of lime may contribute to the scent’s scent”, and that “some of the natural ingredients used in the Spa may have potentially toxic effects on the body”.
The report adds that while some products are “savoury”, many are “unhealthy” and “generally harmful”.
It also warns that “the Spa’s packaging, presentation and marketing is misleading and deceptive, and has been promoted to the general public as a natural, healthy alternative to the spa, and a way to ‘take back your skin”.
The spa’s logo is seen in this handout image taken from the website of the Beauty Spa, in Washington, DC, U.S., October 15, 2018.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo”The Clean Energy Foundation has made this claim in a statement: ‘There is no convincing scientific evidence of harmful health effects from Spa-like products and spa-like activities’,” the organisation said in a press release.
“This is why we encourage our members to stop using Spa-type products, as well as those that have been designed for a spa environment.”
In its statement, Clean Energy also said that it had “no control over what products are marketed to the public”.
“The Spa is an industry that exists in a vacuum, so it is up to individuals and businesses to make informed decisions about what products and practices they choose to use,” the group said.
“It is critical to consider the long-term health and environmental effects of Spa-inspired products, which are often promoted as a way of reducing their impact on the environment.”
“The spa community has been a major supporter of the Clean Energy Coalition and Clean Air Coalition.
This is important as this industry is currently under threat by the expansion of the power industry and carbon capture and storage.”