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Spa Ceylon Wellness Club mobile app launched

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Spa Ceylon, the world’s largest luxury Ayurveda chain, has launched its Spa Ceylon Wellness Club mobile app, offering members the convenience of fast, easy access to a world of wellness information. 

The app will also provide information about Spa Ceylon’s vast portfolio of products and services, in-app spa reservations, in-app product purchases, details of spa and store locations internationally, plus access to the brand’s revamped customer rewards program as well. 

Dedicated to providing “Everyday wellness, everywhere”, the app will also feature regular wellness tips and guides, special offers, online wellness consultations, invites to special wellness events and a host of other features to help enhance the well-being of the members. 

“Being Sri Lanka’s foremost wellness brand we look at every possible way to integrate wellness into the lives of our customers. The app will no doubt further enhance this by providing a host of wellness benefits right at their fingertips even to the extent of customising information and services to their specific wellness needs,” said Co-Founder and CEO Shiwantha Dias.

“The app will also serve as a valuable tool to tourists as well, providing information on Sri Lanka’s heritage of Ayurveda, wellness tips when travelling and access to Spa Ceylon’s network of boutiques and spas internationally. The second phase of the app implementation will add on multilingual communication that will no doubt make the interaction that much more user friendly across nationalities,” said Co-Founder Shalin Balasuriya.

This app can be downloaded now from the App store and Google play store.

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