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New Aromatree Treatments : Unwind on a sensory journey.

Holistic Pedicure
*Aromatree Ocean Spa Foot Therapy*
This Foot Spa treatment combines the wonderful benefits of Himalayan Rock Salt with our range of natural therapeutic creams for an hour of relaxation and wellbeing.
The feet are soaked in a salt foot bath (with essential oils), then massaged with a foot scrub made with granulated rock salt.
To follow is a wonderful massage of the lower leg and foot with our range of therapeutic foot creams, and finally you can relax with your feet on the Ocean Spa Foot Lamps to gain maximum benefit whilst enjoying a soothing drink of lemon water or herbal tea.

Foot Spa Lamps

Himalayan Salt has been well known for helping with a multitude of health issues, including rejuvenating tired joints and muscles, repairing wear and tear or damage and injury.
The addition of pure essential oils enhance these benefits. Our ‘Relax’ blend of Lemon, Lavender, Ylang Ylang, Roman Chamomile and Vetiver or our ‘Immune Boost’ blend of Ravensara, Fragonia, Eucalyptus, Lemon Scented Tea Tree and Vetiver can take you on a wonderful sensory journey.
The combined effect with the essential oils is very calming and healing.
It is like a healing paddle in the ocean (without the hazards of sharks or jellyfish!), and has a relaxing decompressing effect, leaving you with a spring in your step!
The Foot Spa Lamps have environmental benefits too. They ionise the air and create that wonderful sea air that makes us feel so much more alive! It ‘cleans’ the air, destroying ‘dirty’ atoms and is therefore helpful for people who may be prone to respiratory issues.
These unique Foot Spa Lamps, bath salts and hand held salt crystals are also available to purchase should you wish to continue the benefits at home.
1 hr ~ £55
*Aromatree Holistic Pedicure*
2 hours of pure bliss!
This deluxe treatment is for you if:~
* You like having the luxury of a relaxing pedicure but hate all the toxic products the majority of salons and therapists use these days.
 * You just love to have your feet worked on and then feel like your whole body has had a treatment.
* You want your feet to look good but want to take your treatment to another level and get more out of your pedicure.
* You like to feel pampered but also want to know that you are having a positive effect on your mind, body and spirit.
* You need some ’time out’ to balance your energies and feel rejuvenated.
New Aromatree Treatments
We begin the treatment with an Aromatree Foot Soak, followed by filing of the nails and our cuticle and nail nourisher.
After the feet are softened from the soak, any hard skin can be filed and our Peppermint & Lavender Foot Scrub applied to soften and exfoliate further.
Your chosen cream from our therapeutic range (see here for our complete range) is then applied and your feet are placed in heated booties to maximise absorption and soften.
After this we then work on your cuticles.
We then proceed with a full massage to the lower leg and foot, incorporating energy meridians and reflexology reflexes.
At this point you have the option to have your nails painted with our natural polishes from the Zoya range which do not contain many of the harsh chemicals that ordinary polishes do.
As the polish dries you are able to relax with your feet on our foot spa lamps and gain maximum benefits of  Himalayan Rock Salt, whilst relaxing with a lemon water or herbal tea.
Pure decadence….and breathe……..
2 hrs ~ £80
If you would like to book in for a treatment or discuss anything further, contact Kirsten directly on 07584036272

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