The UK brand is expanding beyond the traditional spa market into direct selling and skin care products, focusing on an at-home experience to connect with a wider consumer base
Temple Spa was a brand born out of love.
The brand was conceived while founders Liz and Mark Warom were enjoying an extended break. The pair had previously worked at The Body Shop, helping to take retail sales from £10m to £124m in four years and successfully launching the Virgin Vie range before selling the brand in 1999.
The couple were travelling across the Mediterranean on a year- long sabbatical when the name ‘Temple Spa’ occurred to Liz Warom, now Managing Director at Temple Spa.
Warom envisioned a new beauty brand, one that would encompass all the lessons they had learned throughout their travels. The couple felt passionately about the Mediterranean way of life, based on nutritious food and taking more time to relax.
The idea for the brand came to Warom on the day that the couple renewed their wedding vows. Before the day was finished, Mark had already been on the phone to ...
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