Clay body wraps can be made with a variety of clay types, such as bentonite, green, red or Dead Sea clay. Different types of salts, herbs and oils can also be added for extra nourishment and benefits. Clay body wraps are done professionally at a spa,  After the mixture is applied, your body is typically wrapped in cloth bandages, plastic wrap or a sheet in order to provide the most benefit from the clay mixture.

£10

A refreshing and revitalizing body treatment. The salt crystals remove dead skin cells and encourage cell renewal. Reduces the effects of free radicals, preserves the moisture and firmness of your skin and delays wrinkles.

£10

A salt scrub is the most popular body treatmentat the spa.  Its purpose is to exfoliate your skin, removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells and leaving your skin softer and smoother.  It might also be called a salt glow or a sea salt scrub.  These are all basically the same treatment, although the texture and scent of the scrub might be different. At a spa, the salt scrub is usually followed by a shower.

£10

Coffee has miraculous effects on your skin. Coffee sludge, the thing remaining once we have drunk the coffee, can be used in order to prepare peeling which will help you remove dead cells, improve your circulation and your face will have its natural glow.

£10