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ADLER Resorts' Spa Regenerative Products Now Available on ADLER Shop
Esteemed Italian spa resort company offers unique revitalizing wellness products.

New York, May 2019 … ADLER Spa Resorts, known for its luxurious and relaxing hotels in Tuscany and the Dolomites mountain region, is pleased to announce that shoppers can purchase skincare, hair and other wellness products, as well as items like olive oil, wine and single-oak brandy, on ADLER Shop (https://www.adler-shop.com/en/italian-online-store-tuscany/1-0.html ), which offers worldwide shipping.

Adler Shop

The company is especially proud of its innovative ADLER Spa Active Cosmetics, which are used at all the resort spas and mix a natural approach with cutting-edge technology. The products are made without preservatives and chemical dyes, and designed to absorb rapidly into the skin for maximum effectiveness. They include three kinds of water: the thermal water of Bagno Vignoni, the Dolomites’ pure mountain spring water and saltwater from Sicily. Each line has a specific focus; for example, Regeneration DNA, which is made with natural melatonin and is designed to both protect skin from damage and also give it a revitalized look. Another unusual proprietary ingredient in the Regeneration DNA line is DN-Age, an extract from the medical plant senna alata.

“In nature, this extract helps protect the plant's leaves from damaging UVA radiation, and when applied on the skin, it reduces free-radical–induced DNA damage to the cell nucleus and mitochondria, hence promoting cell renewal,” says, Minnie Romano, spa director at ADLER Lodge Alpe. What does this mean for the skin? Romano says the products, which include face cream, serum, eye cream, firming mask and body oil, can make the skin look “fresher and more relaxed,” and also reduce the appearance of fine lines and irritation.

Along with cosmetics, ADLER Shop offers items in many different categories, including sunscreen, fragrance, massage oil, haircare, dietary supplements and herbal teas, as well as gourmet products from Tenuta Sanoner, the company's Tuscan vineyard.



In 1810, the purchase of a small inn in the Dolomite village of Ortisei altered the landscape for Italian spa hotels. The buyer was a gentleman named Josef Anton Sanoner, and he named his new property “Gasthof zum ADLER” (or Eagle's Inn). More than ten decades later, the hotel is now known as the ADLER Spa Resort DOLOMITI, and has a large, private park and vast pool complex. It also has three sister properties, all in Italy and each imbued with a strong sense of place. ADLER Spa Resort BALANCE is linked to ADLER Dolomiti by an underground tunnel; the woodsy-yet-luxurious ADLER Lodge ALPE is set on the Alpe di Siusi, Europe's largest mountain plateau; and ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE Resort, in Bagno Vignoni, Tuscany, is famous for its complex of naturally fed thermal baths and pools, totaling more than 1,000 square meters. A new hotel, ADLER Lodge RITTEN, will be opening in Lichtenstern in summer 2019.

For more information:  https://www.adler-resorts.com/en/
Press contact: Morano Public Relations, 212-860-5566 or martha@moranopr.com

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