It has been said that riding one of the big five; a lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo or rhino, every day is the true road to a stress free existence. However, the blatant health and safety risks associated with the first two rule them out and finding suitable parking for any of the latter three is near on impossible. Leave the animals in the wild and send your stress there too with today’s Groupon; pay R99 for a 90-minute full-body Swedish massage OR R199 for a 2.5-hour pamper package at House of Beauty.
A body indulged with a pampering treatment is also the dictionary definition of happy, particularly when the body-pleasing treatments involve hands, feet, backs and faces. Administering tasty treatments with dexterous hands and quality products, the House of Beauty staff is a team of highly capable and bodacious body-lovers who’ll put the happy into your parts in no time. With over 10 years of experience in the beauty industry, and using only the best products, including Guinot and Dermalogica, they’ll have you on your way to the infamous cloud 9 in no time.
Today’s Groupon puts you in a tight spot; behind door number one lies an indulgent, 90-minute full-body Swedish massage and behind door number two a 2.5-hour pamper package. The latter includes a deep cleanse facial, Swedish back massage, OPI Spa manicure and OPI pedicure. Following either route is sure to result in one thing though, serenity. Working out the tensions and tired spots where your hands could never reach, each stress-related memory will quickly be dispelled along with the tensions confined in your back. There’s no chance that any stealthy tension tricksters will be left behind.
Flying fact: Over the years, various attempts have been made at finding the ultimate relaxation technique, but none have been quite as bizarre or utterly unsuccessful as Larry Johnson’s. Larry believed that attempting to fly through a supermarket without wings would clear you mind and body of all stress and tension. Instead, it earned him several nasty bruises, a ban from the supermarket, and years of public ridicule.