Facial a procedure involving a variety of skin treatments, including: steam,
exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, facial masks, peels, and massage
Chemical peel- a body treatment technique used to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin using a chemical solution that causes the dead skin to slough off and eventually peel off. The regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.
Microdermabrasion it is a painless, non-surgical procedure meant to get rid of the dead outer covering of the skin by applying fine abrasive crystals and vacuum suction to the skin. It is used to treat common skin problems such as acne scarring and mild discoloration, sun damage and wrinkles.
Body Wrapping -are spa treatments designed to slim and tone the body, hydrate or firm the skin, or relax and soothe the muscles. Some wraps are also thought to relieve tired and aching joints, ease inflammation, and help to flush out toxins through sweating.
Eyelash extension-enhancements designed to add length, thickness and fullness to natural eyelashes. They can be separated into two types: temporary and semi-permanent
Ultrasonic Cavitation -relatively new aesthetic treatment. Using leading edge technology it converts fat cells into liquid which can then be naturally drained by the body’s own natural filtration system. When the treatment of ultrasound cavitation is followed by a lymphatic drainage the process is faster, as the drainage is very effective at eliminating liquids.
Lymphatic drainage-is a type of massage that helps the lymph nodes drain
Bipolar Radiofrequency (RF)- energy alone is primarily used to treat skin laxity by tightening, and is best suited to patients with mild to moderate sagging of facial tissues, usually those in their mid-thirties to fifties, with any skin colour.
Slimming EMS-(eletric musle stimulator)-the elicitation of muscle contraction by using electric impulses.The impulses mimic the action potentiall coming from the central nervous system, causing the muscles to contract.calories are burnt in significant amount only when most of the body is involved in physical exercise: several muscles, the heart and the respiratory system are all engaged at once.