Maria Åkerberg has launched a piece of world news: Pure Cell Treatment, the first skincare treatment with living stem cells from the plant kingdom.


Pure Cell is a plant cell full of antioxidants, grown by Dermanord in a protected environment until it reaches an energy-rich level of nutrients and a cell form that is the precursor of rhodiola rosea.


  • “The treatment has a beneficial effect on the skin both immediately after the treatment and in the longer term, and suits all skin types, irrespective of age,” says Maria Åkerberg, founder of the beauty products company Dermanord and her own brand, Maria Åkerberg.


Even people who suffer from a skin condition like acne, or have sensitive skin, can have the treatment. The living stem cells have been shown to stimulate only the healthy parts of the skin. The treatment leads to an increase in cell renewal and enables the skin to repair itself, stimulating collagen production, protecting the skin while making the person’s own skin cells more resistant and giving the skin increased lustre and elasticity.


Maria Åkerberg has already trained several of her retailers in the new treatment. Nynäs Havsbad is among those selected to be able to offer it to their clients.

Nynäs Havsbad’s setting by the sea is a perfect spot for people to pamper themselves a little and indulge in some rejuvenating and beneficial treatments. The fact that Nynäs Havsbad specialises in natural resources and is one of just a few spa facilities with a Nordic Ecolabel makes this treatment all the more remarkable.


  • “We are delighted to have worked together with Maria Åkerberg and to have the good fortune to be able to offer our guests this unique treatment,” says Anne-Maj Colbring, site manager at Nynäs Havsbad.




The history of Nynäs Havsbad

As often happens, it all started with the train. The railway between Stockholm and Nynäshamn was completed in 1905, with the result that many affluent Stockholm families had elegant summer homes built on the naturally beautiful island of Trehörningen, houses that to some extent still exist today. The Badhotellet was opened in 1907 and soon counted both royals and many of the celebrities of the time among its regular guests. People bathed in the Kallbadhuset, had treatments such as mudbaths or pine needle baths, went for walks and ate and drank well at the restaurant.


Not so different from life as it looks these days at Nynäs Havsbad. The excellent sailing waters meant people were able to watch the Olympic sailing events from it in 1912, but after the First World War the hotel fell into disrepair and closed in 1919.


Nearly a century later, in 2003, we could start enjoying Nynäs Havsbad once again. Today Nynäs Havsbad is part of Sodexo Meetings, which is a business area within the global Service Management company Sodexo. It has a host of exciting restaurant and conference venues to offer in different towns, cities and countries. In the Nordic countries there are about 20 attractive hotel and meeting venues for companies and private groups.





For more information about this or other treatments at Nynäs Havsbad, please contact:

Anna Rurling, Head of Spa, on +46(0)72-145 00 52

For more information about Nynäs Havsbad and Sodexo Meetings, please contact:

Anne-Maj Colbring, Site manager, on +46(0)8-520 604 00

Jörgen Tingsberg, Head of Marketing, Sodexo Meetings +46(0)8-5788 4007


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