Embrace traditional methods to beautify your skin and march your face and body down to a fine beauty salon with today’s Groupon: Pay R119 for a Dermalogica face treatment and a shoulder, neck and head massage at Cherish.
Stepping inside the Cherish beauty salon is like falling into a pile of fluffy continental pillows; you’ll be overcome with comfort and relaxing sensations in the blink of an eye, and won’t be far off from Lala-land. The calm, relaxing atmosphere encourages pleasant feelings from top to toe, making your mind drift a million and one light years away from the daily stresses that usually stick like bubble-gum to the bottom of a brand new shoe. With expert therapists unveiling a wealth of skill, there’s no chance that any body will escape without being relaxed, de-stressed and almost in a position to shoot light beams from content parts of their body.
Beginning with a skin analysis, the Cherish beauty therapists will be able to tell past, present and future of your face’s dirty habits, including the spaghetti bolognaise you tried to hide in your face last night. Any remnants – food included – will give them a better understanding of your skin, in turn giving them the tools to make an informed decision on the appropriate managements. Then, using esteemed Dermalogica products, cleansing and exfoliating treatments will be executed accordingly, leaving your face a fine piece of work that the rest of your body can gloat about.
Though, if your tiresome tensions leave your shoulders, neck and head incapable of keeping your face where it needs to be, gloating will probably not be an easy exercise. This is why a head, neck and shoulder massage is in order. Using their hands as powerful tension eradicators, the Cherish therapists will expel all niggling knots that didn’t call before coming to visit. With gentle or strong strokes, each hand to body motion will force stressful parts into care-free cradles of happiness, making the task of holding up a revitalised face so much easier to bear.
Don’t be alarmed if, after the session, the corners of your lips turn upwards without any coaxing from you or your brain.
Massage Fact: Myliegg Iessaw was the first man to enlist the help of animals for therapeutic aid. When his child complained of muscle pain in his legs, the doctor sat him down in a bath filled with gerbils. The gerbils licked the child’s leg for one hour, after which the child declared that it had been the best his leg had ever felt.