What does the treatment involve?
It is 90-minutes starting with a warm exfoliation on the back of the body which is then removed with warm towels and followed by an aromatherapy back massage using an oil to suit the client. You also have a matching oil that you inhale while you are having the massage via an inhalation bowel placed under the treatment bed. We then do a 30-minute aroma facial, which again is suited to client’s needs; we do a sensory test with two toners that clients can choose from. While the mask for the facial is on you have an aromatherapy scalp massage as well.
Where does it come from?
It is an ESPA treatment.
What is it supposed to do?
It’s very relaxing and the three different components make it feel really luxurious thanks to the smells and heat, it will definitely make you snooze!
Is there anything you do to enhance the effectiveness of the treatment?
If clients have anything that they want to incorporate we will try to tailor it for them.
Is there anything you recommend clients to do pre or post-treatment to get the most out of it?
Come along an hour before the treatment and use the sauna and steam to open up the pores and relax the muscles. Afterwards, take advantage of the relaxation room, which overlooks the Thames and the O2, I particularly recommend the heated beds.
Is there anyone you particularly recommend the treatment for?
Anyone who really needs a bit of everything from their treatment; it’s a good one for men because it has the back and scalp massage, which they usually like, and it introduces them to facials if they are not used to them.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t have this treatment and why?
Pregnant ladies should avoid it because of the aromatherapy oils; also anyone with cancer, serious medical conditions, or high or low blood pressure should check with their doctor first.
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