Woo Hoo! ...... Re-opening from
Monday 26th April
Have you begun your countdown to Christmas? It's important to plan ahead when organising your Christmas list, but have you remembered the most important person on that list - YOURSELF!
I haven't forgotten you - and I'd like to give you an early Christmas gift - check out my offer at the bottom of this blog.
All that organisation and extra work can leave you frazzled, depleted and under-par, so it's important to pay extra attention to your own well-being this festive season.
Because you want to look great for all those parties and get-togethers!
No point in having a fabulous party frock if you're skin looks drawn and tired. And healthy, glowing skin beats lots of expensive make-up any day of the week.
This is the perfect time of year for a Rejuvinating Face Massage. It's a natural non-surgical facial treatment that aims to promote a relaxed, more mobile and youthful appearance by toning and firming facial muscles and increasing elasticity and improving skin tone.
And by the end of your treatment, you'll have the extra benefit of feeling really relaxed.
Rejuvinating Face Massage acts as a gentle exfoliating treatment, encouraging dead skin cells to slough off, revealing newer skin cells and creating a fresher complexion.
The precise stimulating and lifting techniques of the massage restore the skin's suppleness by toning the collagen and elastin fibres, gently allowing the connective tissue to regain its freedom and elasticity. Also, the massage helps to stimulate blood and lymph circulation, feeding the skin at a cellular level.
The treatment depends on no oils or lotions for it's effects and is completely natural.
For the best results, one treatment a week for 6 weeks is recommended, thereafter one treatment a month will help to maintain the benefits.
Christmas is 6 weeks this Wednesday, so give yourself a treat and get your session booked now - in time for the party season.
BOOK BEFORE 18 NOVEMBER AND GET
6 TREATMENTS FOR THE PRICE OF 5
To book, just contact me on 07724 197627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.