WELCOME TO SPA ORGANIC BABŠEK
We have been providing cosmetics and beauty services for 40 years, i.e. since our establishment in 1978.
We have developed from a small beauty salon into a certified organic beauty centre, which offers comprehensive services in the field of cosmetics and health care.
We are proud that we are a CIDESCO certified beauty centre, which means that we provide the highest professional and sanitary hygiene standards according to the CIDESCO certificate. There are only 56 such salons in the world.
We wish to offer you the best service to pamper your body and soul and, above all, provide for the health of your skin. It is important for us that people realise that the beauty industry also contributes to environmental pollution, which is why we have to use organic beauty products, which in its ecological packaging contributes to less pollution. In accordance with our philosophy, we use Essential Care cosmetics with the Soil Association certificate and Nvey Eco with the Organic Food Chain certificate for skin care.
Why visit Spa Organic Babšek?
Because we believe that skin care is a pleasant experience that feeds your body and soul – and we know how to do it.
Daria Babšek, founder and owner, is a grammar school graduate, beauty therapist, and master cosmetic care provider who completed his post-graduate education at international educational institutions:
- International Dermal Institute; America and England,
- Sarkli repệchage ZDA,
- PG Beauty Therapy,
- SPA Therapy,
- Electro Epilation Diploma.
CIDESCO PG INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATION
From 2000 to 2005, Daria Babšek prepared 25 candidates for the CIDESCO PG international examination and participated in the recognition of 9 CIDESCO beauty centres. In 2003, the Slovenian CIDESCO section organised the World Congress on Cosmetics in Portorož – Beauty now – under her leadership.
Daria Babšek is a CIDESCO international examiner, which means she examines candidates’ knowledge at accredited schools around the world, most often in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, and Greece. She monitors the development of the profession at annual CIDESCO congresses held on all five continents.