BODY POLISHING Delhi NCR
Exfoliating at home is effective, but
sometimes you want to indulge in a professional treatment. In the
same way a professional facial can leave your face glowing and
fresh, a professional exfoliating treatment, or body polish, can
leave your whole body smooth, soft, and vibrant.A body polish
removes the surface layer of dead cells that can make your skin look
dull or rough. The polish exposes the fresh, healthy skin below. It
can also help energize you and stimulate your circulation.
If you’re ready to give body polish a try,
here’s what you need to know.
Before the body polish. You don’t need to
prep for a body polish (sometimes called a body scrub), though
you’ll probably feel better if you shower and shave before someone
rubs you down.
----During the body polish --- We offer body
polishes featuring many types of scrubs. Sand, salt, sugar, and
coffee are popular choices. These are blended with oil or cream and
may have an added scent, so your therapist might offer you a choice
of aromas. He or she will typically begin by having you lie facedown
and will rub the scrub on your back, the backs of your arms and
legs, and your feet. (A body polish won’t feel like a massage,
though sometimes the two treatments are combined in one spa session,
usually with the scrub first and then the massage.) After the
therapist finishes your back, you’ll turn over to have the other
side exfoliated. For privacy, you’ll probably be able to wear
disposable panty, and the therapist will drape your body with a
sheet, exposing only the part of your body that's being worked on.
If your skin is sensitive and you feel that the therapist is rubbing
too hard, let him or her know — the sensation is different
After the body polish. Following your
exfoliation session, the scrub can be removed from your skin by a
few methods. You might shower off to rinse it away.Or the therapist
may wipe off the scrub with warm, wet towels. He or she will then
finish by applying a moisturizer or oil to help keep your freshly
polished skin hydrated. The whole treatment usually takes about 30
to 50 minutes.
Body polishes are often combined with other
spa treatments. They are recommended before sunless tanning, both to
help you tan evenly and to help the tan last longer. You might want
a polish to help energize your skin before a mud wrap or a similar
treatment. And polishes are often paired with massage.
While body polishes are appropriate for just
about anyone, they are not recommend if you have a fever, a sunburn,
or a skin condition that could be aggravated by the vigorous scrub.
Be sure to tell your therapist if you think you might be allergic to
a scrub’s ingredients.
Treat yourself to a body polish — it can
leave you glowing on the outside and energized on the inside.
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