Our beauty treatments have changed over the time that we have been trading, to ensure that we are able to offer luxury treatments. This means learning new skills so that we are able to add treatments to our menu, and also able to keep our current skills up to date.
We are always adding new things to our menu as well as to our offers, so keep a look out for these!
Our product range is free from animal cruelty, and vegan friendly - helping us retain harmony with both the environment and society.
Everyone is welcome to enjoy the experience of our treatments.
As well as our treatments, we do have some of the products that we use for our treatments on our retail shelves, so that our clients can retain and extend the benefits of their treatments.
• Try to relax and take it easy for the rest of the day – if you can and feel the need to, nap.
• Drink plenty of water for 24 hours after your massage as your lymph nodes, which have been stimulated, are removing toxins from the body. Your urine might be much darker than usual – this is due to the toxins leaving your body.
• Avoid heat treatments (hot baths / showers, body wraps, saunas, sunbeds) for 24 hours.
• Avoid alcohol, smoking, caffeine and fizzy drinks as they can dehydrate your body and add more toxins to your body. This would reverse the effects of the massage, since the massage is in-turn aiding the body in removing the accumulation of toxins.
• Avoid eating a heavy and especially spicy meal so your body can focus on natural healing and detoxifying itself.
‘Healing Reactions’ may take place after your massage and are completely normal-showing that the massage is working well and your body is
responding to the treatment. Indications of this may result in the following:
• Fatigued or tired (although this could be a sign of deep relaxation, especially if you are usually always on the go)
• Increased sweating, thirst or urination
• Irritable or energised
• Heightened emotions (low or high)
• Runny, stuffy or blocked nose
• Sound sleeping and vivid dreams
*Nail Enhancements and Polish*
Please note the following that the following reactions are quite common after a wax treatment and are perfectly normal temporary reactions. Any symptoms should subside within 24-48 hours
Keep the waxed area clean, and avoid heat and friction during the next 24 to 48 hours. This means
Avoid extreme heat for 24 hrs. This includes very hot baths/showers, steam rooms, saunas and Jacuzzi’s as this can aggravates the skin and the pores are still open. You could also pick up an infection from public places
No massage or heat treatment for 24 hours
Exposure to UV light, including sun beds and sunbathing, must be avoided for 24 hours following treatment, as burning can occur.
No fake tan for 24 hours
Avoid swimming in chlorinated pools
Deodorant or anything perfumed should not be applied to the area that has been waxed for 24-48 hours as this could make the area very sore.
For women make-up should be avoided following facial hair removal for that day although mineral make up is fine.
Tight clothing should be avoided following any waxing treatment for 24-48 hours as this can aggravate the area that’s been waxed.
Waxing removes dead skin so the skin may be a little lighter immediately following treatment but colour will return to normal within a few hours.
Dry brush the area that has been waxed a couple of times a week. Get a brush that you would scrub your back with made from wood and bristle. Just before you step into the bath or shower, take the dry brush and brush your skin whilst it’s dry.
A heat reaction may be seen on the skin for several hours following treatment and this is quite normal. This will vary from a mild redness to a much stronger skin reaction and some people have red dots on the waxed area for several hours.
If any spots or rashes persist for more than a week, or become infected, Please consult with your GP.
If the aftercare advice given is followed the skin will return to normal within 24 hours. If the reaction is still present after this time or worsens, it may be that you have had an allergic reaction to the wax, and you should seek medical advice from your GP.
Do not cleanse the eyes, shower, swim or use steam or dry sauna within the first 24 hours of your treatment – this is advised to ensure proper bonding of the eyelash extensions.
Avoid heat treatments like saunas and sunbeds, and exposure to direct heat such as that from cookers and ovens.
Always be gentle with lashes, try not to sleep on them.
Do not endure eyelash treatments such as perming, colouring or using an eyelash curler.Avoid all oil based makeup products and eye makeup remover as this will break down the bonds between the natural lashes and the eyelash extensions, resulting in loss.
Avoid using mascara on your eyelash extensions. If this is to be used, use oil free mascara.
Touch ups are recommended every 2-4 weeks as you will notice a slight loss of extensions due to the shedding of the natural lashes. Your extensions can be maintained with in-fill appointments.
It is advised not to try and remove your lashes yourself, please book in to have these removed properly using the appropriate adhesive remover.
Never pick at your lashes, if a lash is out of place, brush it with the brush provided, so that it can move back to its place, or naturally drop from the lash if loose.
Brush extensions daily with the brush provided – please be gentle!