The English language can be a confusing and disheartening thing, with a variety of words that look the same but just aren’t, and words that have definitions so convoluted you wonder whether anyone actually uses them. Forget about obscure terms and find a clear and concise definition for relaxation when you save up to 70% on a combination of basic facials, reflexology and podiotherapy at Manifique Health and Skincare Clinic.
- Pay R165 for a basic facial and reflexology, valued at R165
- Pay R175 for a basic facial and podiotherapy, valued at R500
- Pay R140 for reflexology and podiotherapy, valued at R350
Combining a chic and tranquil atmosphere, high-quality products and a team of body beautifiers that know how to put a stop to both pedal and dermal shenanigans, Manifique is the perfect place to take yourself when you find yourself in need of a bit of pampering.
Like wearing a mask made of mirrors or covering yourself in glitter, a facial treatment can really make your features sparkle. Using top-notch products and more know-how than the entire set of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Manifique’s team of skin-soothing superstars will cleanse, exfoliate and beautify your expression-maker until it gleams like new pennies in the sunshine. Helping to clear up the complexion and improve skin texture, facials are famous for leaving all and sundry with that floating into twilight feeling of relaxation that’s so hard to find anywhere else.Of course, it’s not just your face that needs a bit of pampering every now and then. With a choice of podiotherapy or reflexology, you can choose whether it’s just your feet you want to focus on or you want your whole body to get in on the action. Working on the assumption that the reflexes in the feet correspond to other locations in your federation of limbs, reflexology has a skittles-rainbow of benefits, including everything from sorting out sinus problems to improving digestion. The podiotherapy on the other hand, is just for your feet – using a soak, exfoliation, dead skin-cell removal, a mask and finishing off with some moisturising, it’s a great way to apologise to your pedal appendages for all the walking and leather shoes you put them through every day.