What exactly is the Avocado and Lemon Reviver?
A rejuvenating body treatment using fresh avocados and grapefruit juice, it begins with an enlivening exfoliation of bran, oats, avocado oil and lemon essential oil. An application of warm avocados and grapefruit juice is applied to the body to brighten, tighten and lift the skin. While in the wrap the guest will receive a pressure point massage to the eyes, followed by the application of soothing chamomile tea bags. We massage the scalp to help release and ease tensions and after the guest has showered, the body is massaged with shea butter to leave it feeling moisturised and nourished.
Where does it come from?
This treatment has been formulated by the Ragdale Hall treatment team using natural and organic products. The products used have remarkably therapeutic benefits for both the body and mind.
What is it supposed to do?
The exfoliation helps to lift impurities, cleanse, uplift and nourish the skin, while the avocado and grapefruit mask rejuvenates the skin, brightening it whilst tightening and lifting. The eye mask soothes, calms and decongests, and the moisturiser nourishes and repairs the skin.
Is there anything you do to enhance the effectiveness of the treatment?
We offer this treatment in a peaceful, relaxing room where the lights are dimmed and you are soothed with relaxing music. You are not required to turn over at any point and we offer bolsters and pillows to ensure ultimate comfort.
Is there anything you recommend clients to do pre or post-treatment to get the most out of it?
After the treatment it is recommended you drink plenty of water and find somewhere nice and quiet to relax.
Is there anyone you particularly recommend the treatment for?
Someone who is pregnant , feeling particularly sluggish, or whose skin is in need of a boost
Is there anyone who shouldn’t have this treatment and why?
Someone who suffers extreme claustrophobia, epilepsy, allergies or sensitivities to the ingredients used.
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