Maui Business

Spa Montage Partners with European Skin Care Line

October 31, 2016, 2:43 PM HST
* Updated November 1, 10:43 AM
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PC: Montage Kapalua Bay.

PC: Montage Kapalua Bay.

Montage Hotels & Resorts and Spa Montage have partnered with Jacqueline Piotaz Switzerland to become the European skin care line’s first North American partner.

Having launched the partnership at Spa Montage Deer Valley in February, the brand has since expanded its partnership to three other Montage resorts through the end of 2016, including Montage Laguna Beach, Montage Palmetto Bluff and Montage Kapalua Bay on Maui.

Distinctive Jacqueline Piotaz Switzerland facial therapies blend classical spa therapies with Swiss Bio High Technology.  The spa offers a 60-minute Timeless Booster Treatment for $230 and a 90 minute Bio Detox and Anti-Stress Beauty Treatment for $335.

“I travel around the world to meet inventive spa partners, searching for new ways to align Spa Montage with the most advanced brands available,” said Janet Denyer, corporate director of spa operations. “Our new partnership with Jacqueline Piotaz Switzerland allows Spa Montage guests to experience exclusive skincare technology and therapies that, until this year, were unavailable in the United States.”

Join Spa Montage Kapalua Bay and Jacqueline Piotaz for an educational and relaxing meet-and-greet social evening on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Spa Montage Kapalua Bay.


This complimentary event includes: Light Refreshments with Spa Mocktails; Mini Treatments Highlighting the Jacqueline Piotaz Timeless Swiss Skincare; Make-up Consultation; and Discover Spa Boutique Beauty Products.


Reservations are required. RSVP online at: or call (808) 665-8282. Space is limited.

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