If you’d like to visit a spa but aren’t sure what treatment is best for you then have a look through the options below:
Traditional Spa Treatments
Manicure – a spa treatment for your hands, a manicure consists of filing, shaping, massaging, and applying polish to your hands.
Pedicure – a pedicure is effectively a manicure for your feet, helping to approve their appearance.
Facial – a facial spa treatment can cover a number of different treatments, including steam, exfoliation, massage and extraction.
Advanced Skin Treatments
Skin Exfoliation – this is the removal of dead skin cells on your body, and typically part of a facial spa treatment.
Mud Baths – originating from the Middle East, mud baths have become a popular treatment in the UK.
Body Wraps – used for a variety of purposes, including to rejuvenate tired and aching joints, re-hydrate your skin, firm your skin, and tone your body.
Head & Body Massages
Indian Head Massage – starting out as an alternative medicine massage therapy, the purpose of an Indian Head Massage was originally to remove negative energy, but this form of massage has since become mainstream.
Deep Tissue Massage – this is a massage which focuses on your inner muscles, those muscles which are located below the surface of the top muscles.
Ayurvedic Treatments – a range of treatments which focus on solving the causes of any issues rather than the symptoms.