Rafael Nadal visited a laboratory in Santander, at Cantabria Labs, a center for innovation and eco-sustainable production. The winner of 13 Roland Garros titles simply came to congratulate the employees of the Spanish laboratory for their efforts in the production of hydroalcoholic gels during the Covid-19 crisis.
During his visit, Rafa Nadal was able to learn more about the research, development and production process of cosmetics, medicines and sun creams. "I found it spectacular. We are talking about a unique place, surrounded by nature.
The fact that spring water is used on an energetic level, I believe, has, in addition to a very important practical and lasting sense, also a very particular romantic sense.We are delighted to have been able to visit something that I find very special and in a unique place," ccommented Rafa after visiting the laboratory.
Nadal testimonial of Cantabria Labs
"Leave your skin only in the important things, never in the sun." This is one of the latest advertising campaigns in which Rafa Nadal participated, promoted during the summer of 2020.
Nadal was one of the last, but there is more. Cantabria Labs is in fact working on a project with actress, model and entrepreneur Sofía Vergara (best known for her role in the 'Modern Family' series) to launch a line of beauty products in the United States.
It is a joint venture created by the company and the actress which will be under the direction of Chris Salgardo, CEO of Chipican. Thus, the empire of the Spanish pharmaceutical company does not stop growing. In fact, after more than 30 years of life, it is currently one of the leading dermatological prescription companies in Europe.
Its presence in more than eighty countries and its subsidiaries in China, Italy, Morocco, Mexico and Portugal have given it international support. Cantabria Labs production centers produce and distribute more than thirty million units of product per year.
After the Australian Open, Nadal decided to take a further break just to recover 100% from a physical point of view. The 20-time winner of a Grand Slam tournament has given up on the Acapulco and Dubai tournaments, and has now announced that he will not even take part in the Masters 1000 in Miami, scheduled from March 24 to April 4.
"I'm sorry to announce that I will not play in Miami, a city I love," Nadal wrote on his Twitter account. "I need to fully recover and prepare for the clay court season in Europe. A special message to my fans in the United States and especially to the large Spanish FL community, which always gives me great support."