Spa evian has said it won’t sell its spa beauty products to a competitor after receiving complaints from customers.

The spa is the only one of the world’s top five spa supply companies to refuse to sell its products to the German brand.

“We have a strong customer base that is very happy with Spa Evian and we respect their decision,” the spa said in a statement.

“However, we cannot sell the spa products to any other company.”

The spa said it received the complaints in a matter of days.

“It is with sadness that we have received the latest complaints from our customers,” it said.

In January, the spa’s owner said that the German spa chain would “never” sell the product.

“The spa has always been a spa and we are not selling any of the spa-products to any of our customers, we are just a company,” the company said.

It added that it has already decided not to sell the Spa Evians products to other brands.

The company said the spa would not continue to sell products from its competitors.

“If any other brands wanted to offer us products they would have to sell their products at our own price,” it added.

The German spa company said it will take its business to court over the case.

“In Germany we don’t sell our spa products in the supermarket or in the store and only buy from our own suppliers.

It is a private company,” it told Al Jazeera.

In February, the German cosmetics giant, LVMH, said it would stop selling products made by Spa Eviana in Europe.

The boycott by the spa company follows similar actions by the cosmetics giant Procter & Gamble in the US, which also said it was no longer selling its products.

In April, the American cosmetics giant L’Oreal said it too would stop making products from the spa brand.

It said the boycott would continue until the spa agreed to change its business model.

The American brand is owned by US-based L’Oréal.

“There is nothing more important than protecting our customers from false claims,” said P&G spokesman Kevin McInerney.

“This is not about us making money or getting away with anything, this is about making sure we are doing our job.”