Did Red Door Spa change its name?
NEW YORK, July 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Red Door Salon & Spa announced today that it has undergone a comprehensive rebrand and will now be known as Mynd Spa & Salon.
What happened to Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa?
Mynd Spa & Salon has filed for bankruptcy and is closing its doors, permanently — after posting a few days ago that it was closing temporarily due to the coronavirus pandemic. The spa chain was the iconic Elizabeth Arden Red Door, before rebranding last summer — with the new name and new look.
What is a Red Door Spa?
It is now known as Mynd Spa & Salon. … The new spa and salon, which operates in 26 locations worldwide, will offer a streamlined menu of tailor-made beauty and wellness services featuring the same seven self-care areas – massage therapy, body treatments, skincare, nail care, haircut and color, makeup, and waxing.
What can you do with a Red Door Gift Card?
Escape for a quick beauty fix, a signature spa treatment or a luxurious spa day. Experience transformative treatments for face, hair, body and nails delivered by expert technicians. Red Door gift cards redeem effortlessly at 28 The Red Door Salon & Spa locations nationwide (www.thereddoor.com).
Why did Red Door change to Mynd?
The renewed Mynd Spa & Salon will have a new look and feel, with airy spaces and a “soothing color palette.” Mynd is viewing this shift as an opportunity to evolve the brand, expand service offerings, and partner with innovative product lines.
Do Red Door Gift certificates expire?
This card cannot be returned, redeemed for cash, or used to purchase gift certificates, except where required by law. This card has no expiration date.
Does Elizabeth Arden still exist?
Death and Legacy. Arden died in New York City on October 18, 1966. It was only after her death that the public learned she had been 81. She had withheld her age to give the impression of timeless beauty.
Is Elizabeth Arden still in business?
Arden’s cosmetics company continues to trade today, and was bought from Unilever in 2003 by FFI for $225 million, a New York company. They changed the company’s name to Elizabeth Arden, which was publicly listed (NASDAQ: RDEN).