Air France Just Opened a Luxurious New Airport Spa With This French Beauty Brand

Welcome to the "La Première Sisley Beauty Institute."

On your next trip out of Paris, you can say goodbye to the city of lights looking fresher than when you arrived.

Although transatlantic flights are more often associated with puffy faces and red-eye fatigue, Air France passengers departing Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport can now leave the France capital feeling fresh and ready for air travel thanks to the airline's new The new "La Première Sisley Beauty Institute."

"La Première Sisley Beauty Institute" was developed in partnership with luxe french beauty company Sisley. Treatments are available for both men and women, focusing on skin rehydration and tightening — as well as stress relief.

Air France's La Première passengers will be escorted to the lounge designed by architect Didier Lefort (who has designed award-winning spaces like the Four Seasons Bora Bora and The Dataï Langkawi hotel in Malaysia). If you're proceeding directly to the spa, you'll be greeted by a space designed for relaxation, with minimalist decor and ambient lighting.

Sisley Beauty Treatment Centre
Sisley Beauty Treatment Centre in Air France's La Première Lounge. Courtesy of Air France

Passengers flying in Air France's La Première class can also receive a complimentary 30-minute facial treatment.

Specific facial treatments include The Nutrition Sleep Well Facial Care, The Plumping Glow Black Rose Facial Care, The Pure Skin Purifying Facial Care and The Special Men Facial Care. Each treatment can be tailored for how long passengers have in the lounge.

Services also include a preflight anti-jet-lag treatment that "guarantees total relaxation before a flight," according to a press release shared with Travel + Leisure.

The lounge also features a Sisley boutique where travelers can purchase any of the products used in their treatments. And even the lounge's shower cubicles are stocked with the brand's products.

Access to La Première lounge is free for passengers flying in Air France's La Première class.

Cailey Rizzo is a contributing writer for Travel + Leisure, currently based in Brooklyn. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram, or at

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