Created in conjunction with one of the beauty industry’s leading therapists, Sanctuary Spa’s Active Reverse Body Treatment is Covent Garden’s answer to all those classic wobbly bits, as their therapist, Jayne Picton, explains …
What exactly is the Active Reverse Body Treatment?
It’s a 55-minute developed to help target women’s main areas of concern – legs, arms, stomach and bum, and aims to work out those areas.
Where does it come from?
It’s the new treatment at Sanctuary Spa developed alongside Nichola Joss – one of the beauty industry’s most celebrated therapists.
What is it supposed to do?
It starts with an invigorating body brush to remove dead skin cells and improve circulation, followed by a body polish to help improve the skin’s appearance on the area of concern. Using a series of specialised massage tools and techniques we then apply Active Reverse body products which work deep into the problem area aiding the breakdown of fatty tissue and the removal of toxins and fluids to leave skin looking and feeling more toned, softer, and instantly smoother. In an independent survey of 50 women, 86% agreed that their skin looked and felt more toned after the treatment.
Is there anything you do to enhance the effectiveness of the treatment?
We recommend a course of six treatments over six to eight weeks for maximum results, alongside using the appropriate Active Reverse products at home for your particular concern. We have a body butter, two serums, a hand cream that you can choose from.
Is there anything you recommend clients to do pre or post-treatment to get the most out of it?
I would recommend following the treatment with regular body brushing, drinking plenty of water, a balanced diet and regular exercise.
Is there anyone you particularly recommend the treatment for?
It’s for anybody who wants to feel a little more comfortable in their own skin.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t have this treatment and why?
Anyone who is pregnant or has an ongoing illness such as diabetes, epilepsy or arthritis should avoid this treatment and if you are being treated for cancer you would need to speak to your doctor first.
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