• Acne

    A skin condition that is identified by pimples on the face, back & chest
  • Acoustic Wave Therapy

    Anti-cellulite treatment using high energy shock-waves. The procedure aides lymphatic drainage, breakdown of fat deposits, reduction of the dimpling and improved appearance of the skin.
  • Acrylic

    Artificial nails are also known as fake nails, false nails, or nail extensions, are coverings placed over fingernails as fashion accessories.
  • Acupuncture

    Traditional Chinese medicine in which very fine sterile needles are inserted in the skin at specific points throughout the body. Used to treat pain & mental conditions
  • Afternoon Tea

    Afternoon Tea is light meal with various teas, finger sandwiches, sweet pastries and cakes and scones with clotted cream and jam. Perfect for special occasions, birthday's or just, 'because'.
  • Age Spots

    Also known as liver spots. Flat darkened spots that are even in colour. Often occurring with age & sun-damaged skin.
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA)

    Organic acids sometimes from fruit, that help to exfoliate the skin.
  • Amino Acid

    Building blocks of proteins that help strengthen restructure, renew   the skin, nails and hair.
  • Anti-Aging

    A product or procedure claiming to reverse or slow down the effects of ageing.
  • Antioxidants

    Helps to reduce wrinkles, dullness, brown spots and signs of aging.
  • Aromatherapy Massage

    A relaxing massage on all or parts of the body, using essential oils. Perfect to unwind and de-stress.
  • Baby Shower

    A baby shower is a gathering including an expectant Mother and her female friends, celebrating the impending birth. She is "showered" with gifts, hence the term 'baby shower'.
  • Balayage

    Balayage is a free form, un-uniformed hair colouring technique. It is applied to the hair using a a brush and paddle, giving the colourist more freedom to place color where she/he chooses, unlike foils which can be much more precise.The finished look is a more graduated, natural-looking effect.
  • Bikini Wax

    Removes the pubic hair just outside the panty line.
  • Blackheads

    This is a widened hair follicle that is filled with skin debris, bacteria, and oil called sebum.
  • Body Scrub

    Removing of dead skin cells by cleansing & exfoliating. Recommended prior to a spray tan or before a holiday.
  • Body Wrap

    A body treatment that is aimed to reduce the body measurements, by using body cleansing products and hot bandages.
  • Botox

    An injected based treatment that removes wrinkles by temporarily paralysing facial muscles. Can also be using to prevent severe sweating in the underarms
  • Brazilian blow dry

    A 2 to 4 hour treatment where Keratin is used to create a smooth shiny hair. Can also be used on curls to remove unwanted frizz & enhance curls
  • Callus

    A hardened & thickened part of the skin on an area of the skin exposed to friction, such as the feet.
  • Cellulite

    A condition in which the skin appears to have underlying fat deposits, give a dimpled lumpy appearance. Generally found in lower parts of the body
  • Colostrum

    The foremilk from cows to help repair the skin. Perfect for dryness and cracked skin.
  • Crow’s Feet

    Wrinkles at the outer corned of the eyes.
  • Cry lipolysis

    A treatment to remove fat cells, using near sub-zero temperatures for non-invasive localized reduction of fat deposits.
  • Cupping

    Traditional Chinese medicine in which heated glass cups are applied to the skin, to create a suction to relieve internal congestion.
  • Derma roller

    A skin needling devise with tiny surgical needles. It works by pricking the skin & tricking it to renew skin cells. Ideal for scar removal, acne scars, wrinkles, cellulite, stretch marks hair loss & to make the skin produce more collagen
  • Dermal Fillers

    An injection based treatment to plump up fine lines, wrinkles scarring. Also used for restoring volume in lips & cheeks
  • Detox

    Either a process or period of time in which one abstains from unhealthy substances to rid the body of toxins.
  • Dip Dye Hair

    Another name for 'Ombre' meaning shaded or shading. Hair darker from the roots through to the mid-shaft, then gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. It is usually achieved using a 'balayage' technique. Ideal for those looking for a low-maintenance style.
  • Enzyme Facial/Peel

    This type of facial aims to deeply cleanse and resurface the skin using a fruit enzyme peel, that both nourishes the skin and helps to remove dead skin cells. The skin is left clearer with a more even tone and texture.
  • Exfoliation

    Procedure of removal of the oldest dead skin cells from the skins surface(Epidermis) using gentle abrasives, such a jojoba beads. Exfoliation is performed during a facial, microdermabrasion or chemical peel process at beauty salons or skin clinics. It leaves the skin looking fresher and healthier.
  • Experience Showers

    Experience Showers involve multiple aromas, temperatures, seasonal weather conditions (fog, thunderstorms) combined to create unique shower experience.
  • Facial

    A facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin, promoting a clear, well-hydrated complexion. A facial is the second most popular spa treatment after a massage. It is usually performed by a beauty professional, within a salon, spa or skin clinic environment.
  • Fat Transfer

    A procedure where fat is taken from your body fat and transferred to areas of the body where volume is needed. It is performed in a skin or cosmetic surgery clinic.
  • Fillers

    Injectable wrinkle fillers, fill the line, crease, or area with one of several different substances. As a result, trouble spots nearly disappear.
  • Floatation

    The floatation tank contains an Epsom-salt solution, which is about 25cm deep. This creates an environment similar to that of the Dead Sea, which lets you float effortlessly on the surface of the water and enjoy a feeling of weightlessness!
  • French Bikini Wax

    Wax removal of the pubic hair from the front, leaving a small strip.
  • Fringe

    A fringe or sometimes known as 'bangs', is a shaped cutting of the front part of the hair so that it lies over the forehead. They are usually cut straight at or above the eyebrows.
  • Gel nails

    Gel nail application provides the strength of acrylic nails with the appearance of natural nails." Unlike acrylic nails, gel nails only harden when exposed to UV light. Geer explains that "Gel polishes are similar to nail polish - you have a base coat, polish colour and top coat. Each coat has to be cured in the UV light for two to three minutes." Both types of nails undergo chemical process to bond to the natural nail, however, there are some differences between the two.
  • Glycolic Skin Peel

    Also known as an 'acid peel' or 'chemical peel'. A skin peel made from glycolic acid, which is derived from sugar cane. It removes dead skin cells on the skins surface resulting fresher and younger looking skin. Used to treat a range of skin problems including acne scarring, ageing of the skin and sun damage.
  • Hair Extensions

    Hair extensions, also called hair weaves, are lengths of real or synthetic hair that are closely attached to a person's scalp, adding length and/or thickness to the person's own natural hair.
  • Henna Design & Tattoos

    Henna is a flowering plant from which a dye prepared for the art of temporary tattooing. It is used to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as fabrics including silk, wool and leather.
  • Highlights/Lowlights

    Hair highlighting and lowlighting refers to changing a person’s hair colour, using lightener or darker hair colour to colour hair strands.
  • Hollywood Bikini Wax

    Wax removal of all pubic hair from the front, in-between or in the back.
  • Hopi Ear Candles

    An alternative health practice aimed to improve general health and well-being by lighting one end of a hollow candle and placing the other end in the ear canal.
  • Hot Stone Massage

    This is speciality massage where heated stones are placed on the body or used as an extension of the therapists hands. The heat from the stones relaxes and helps warm up tight muscles allowing a deeper massage.
  • Hyaluronic Acid

    Helps to attract and bind moisture that prevents the effects of aging. Also known as the "Fountain of youth"
  • Indian Head Massage

    A range of kneading and massage movements over the neck, shoulder and scalp areas. Pressure points on the face will also be stimulated and stroked.
  • Ingrowing Hairs

    A condition where the hair grows sideways or curls back.
  • IPL

    Intense pulsed light, or IPL is a form of light therapy. It is used for various dermatological procedures including hair removal.
  • Japanese Hair Straightening

    The process combines both chemicals and heat to soften the bonds of the hair to permanently straighten curly, wavy, frizzy and hard to manage hair. Following treatment hair is straight, smooth and silky.
  • Keratin Treatment

    Keratin hair treatments smooth out and straighten wavy or curly hair. Treatments usually last around 2 months.
  • Lactic Acid

    An organic acid from milk that hydrates and exfoliates that skin.
  • Laser Hair Removal

    Pulses of laser light are used to destroy the follicle of unwanted hair.
  • Lip Enhancement

    A cosmetic procedure involving dermal filler being injected into the lips and around the mouth making lips fuller and plumper.
  • Liposuction

    A cosmetic surgery procedure during which a powerful, high-pressure vacuum, is used alongside a cannula is inserted under the skin to 'suck' unwanted fat from areas of the body, such as the tummy, hips, thighs and buttocks.
  • Lowlights

    This type of hair-colouring involves having strands of hair coloured in shades that are darker than your natural colour. These offer a more natural and subtle colour result.
  • Lyashi Dome

    Japanese detoxifying treatment involving laying in a dome where infrared rays cause toxins to be sweated out through the body.
  • Lymphatic Massage

    Lymphatic massage aims to aide the flow of lymph fluids by stimulating the lymphatic systems by massaging key points.
  • Make up- semi permanent & permanent

    Different areas on the face will fade at different rates simply due to the natural skins exfoliation process. Each individual client will also respond differently due to their own individual lifestyle. As a rough guide, Semi Permanent Make Up will last 1-3 years.
  • Manicure

    A beauty treatment involving the shaping of the nails, removal of cuticles, then painted with nail polish.
  • Massage Therapy

    Massage therapy is manual manipulation of soft body tissues to enhance health and well-being.
  • Mesotherapy

    Multiple, micro-injections of vitamins or pharmaceuticals are injected into the mesodermal layer under the skin. This aims to banish cellulite aides fat loss.
  • Micro-dermabrasion

    This beauty treatment uses non-chemical microcrystals to gently remove dead skin cells from the skins surface. The result is healthier and younger looking skin.
  • Milia

    The medical name for small, white bumps that appear on the face.
  • Mole Removal

    Moles are usually removed under local anaesthetic, which numbs the area of skin around the mole. It is then removed using a scalpel.
  • Mud Rasul

    An Arabian ritual spa treatment using mineral muds and steam. After applying mud to your face and body, aromatherapy-oil- infused steam fills the room. It is followed by a warm shower, leaving skin feeling super-soft! This is the perfect couples spa treatment.
  • Pedicure

    A beauty treatment involving the shaping of the toenails, removal of cuticles, foot softening massage and then painted with nail polish.
  • Peptides

    Tricks the skin into producing more collagen, which fills wrinkles and prolongs the signs of aging.
  • Personal Trainer

    A personal trainer measures a persons fitness, weaknesses and strengths, in order to set a tailored exercise programme. They motivate and monitor their clients progress throughout.
  • Pigmentation

    A condition where the hair, skin, mucous membranes & retina of the eye become lighter or darker than normal.
  • Pilates

    This type of exercise uses a special apparatus, which helps posture, flexibility and strength.
  • Pregnancy Massage

    Pre-natal or post-natal massage on a bed designed to accommodate the pregnant tummy.
  • Reflexology

    This is an alternative health therapy, focusing on various points of the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears as an indicator of health problems in other parts of the body.
  • Reiki Treatment

    This is an alternative health therapy based on the therapist channelling energy through touch to heal, and regulate physical and mental balance.
  • Rosacea

    A skin condition in which certain facial blood vessels enlarge giving a flushed red appearance.
  • Salicylic Acid

    Ideal for helping with acne spots. Kills bacteria’s and exfoliates deep pores.
  • Skin Tags

    A small piece of soft, hanging skin. They can appear on any part of the body, but most likely to occur in areas where skin rubs against skin, such as the armpit.
  • Sports Massage

    This type of massage is to work deep in the muscles, helping to remove toxins, realign muscle fibres, and increase mobility and flexibility, thus reducing the risk f sports-related injuries.
  • Spray Tan

    A product containing chemicals react with the skin, causing it to darken in colour. It is sprayed onto the face and/or body to create an fake suntan.
  • Steam Room

    High-temperature steam creates a vast amount of humidity, helping those sitting in the steam room to relax and aide well-being.
  • Stretch Mark Removal

    A laser beam of light removes thin layers of skin around the stretch marks, encouraging new skin formation, thus improving the appearance of the treated area.
  • Swedish Massage

    Swedish massage involves the masseuse rubbing the muscles in long strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart.
  • Tattoo removal

    Lasers break down the ink particles in the tattoo, then the ink is then absorbed by the body, causing the tattoo to fade.
  • Teeth Whitening

    Teeth whitening involves the bleaching of the teeth to lighten the existing colour by several shades.
  • Thai Massage

    Massage using application of pressure onto particular areas of the soles of the feet, using hands, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, and a rounded wooden stick with lotion or oil.
  • Therapeutic Massage

    A deep, full-body massage starting from the feet up, with the aim of clearing blockages and stimulating the flow of blood throughout the body.
  • Thread Vein

    Very thin veins that are visible through the skin.
  • Threading

    Originating in Central Asia and India, this method of hair removal involves rolling twisted cotton over areas of unwanted hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level.
  • Wet Shave

    Includes a hot towel to soften the skin and hair prior to shaving.
  • Yoga

    An Ancient form of exercise originating in from India. It focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing & to alleviate health problems, reduce stress and make the spine supple.