It’s a well-known fact that of all the creatures on the planet, those living in the ocean have the smoothest skin. Get the smooth complexion without the slipperiness, with today’s deal: An Advanced Thalgo facial, inspired by the ocean, for R67,50 at Camelot Spa*.
If ever there was a treatment to make you feel like you’re on holiday at the beach, it’s an Advanced Thalgo facial. Right down to the clean fresh fragrance of the products, each Thalgo treatment incorporates natural ingredients straight out of the ocean. For thousands of years the powers of the sea have been known to have a revitalizing, rebalancing and healing effect on the body, proving that Ouma was right with her ‘there’s no better cure than sea air’ advice all along.
With more than 40 years’ experience in the marine universe, studying algae and swimming a lot, Thalgo specialists have managed to capture these watery benefits in crystal clear jars, tubes and bottles. Placed in the hands of Camelot Spa’s highly experienced and qualified therapists, these lotions and balms become miracle treatments restoring tired, stressed and tight skin and making it glow like dewdrops in the sunshine.
Camelot Spa* draws inspiration from all things natural, restoring the balance of your body to be in tune and harmony with the earth. Though this doesn’t mean you’ll suddenly be able to sing along with the robins or sound like a rock star in the shower, each treatment makes you feel like humming and singing nonetheless. After a day at Camelot Spa* you’ll walk out looking radiant and feeling beautiful, refreshed and ready to meet your King Arthur.
*Camelot Spa is part of the Camelot International Spa Group. Camelot International has received full institutional accreditation and has been awarded the title “Centre of Excellence NQF level 5“ by the Professional Accreditation Body (PAB) and is registered with the South African Association of Health & Skincare therapy.
Ocean therapy fact: In Bolivia therapists use the miniature apricot octopus to unclog the pores of their patients. These little creatures actually stick their tiny tentacles inside the pores, removing all make-up build-up. The octopi are known for latching onto whales, hence the reason you never see a whale with acne.