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Origins, an Estée Lauder company,

November 22, 2005

Origins, an Estée Lauder company, launched its first walk-in Wellness center at Macy’s Union Square, San Francisco, in November. The 300-square foot department offers a “menu” of multi-sensory treatments. “Our concept (is) to make rejuvenating treatments available to everyone for a low cost,” said Joellen Bradford, vice president, global marketing at Origins. The Wellness center includes a Gloom-Away isolation chamber with vibration, light and sound therapy to reduce stress and such treatments as Up the Anti facial with white tea and Light Makes Right to remove blemishes.
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