Scientists have predicted that in 3024, weight loss regimes will be reduced to swallowing a complex pill made of air and merely looking in the direction of a treadmill. If you need to get slim now, and not in the next century, get four Slimline sessions with a full body scrub at Cleo Patra Day Spa including spa vouchers for Cleo Patra Garden Spa for R175.
Spoiling yourself with a trip to the spa is necessary to maintain sanity, a normal heartbeat and the likeliness of you not screaming at every person in a two-metre radius. The body magicians at Cleo Patra Day Spa know just what you need to feel refreshed, revitalised and rejuvenated. This tranquil spa is the epitome of relaxation and is decorated in earthy, warm tones fitted with beautiful flowing water features that further add to its Zen ambience.
Cellulite and extra flab have been haunting mankind for decades, forcing them to cover up in summer or fake a life threatening allergy to beach sand. These professional and friendly therapists hold the power to rid you of your weight woes with their Slimline sessions. During your Slimline sessions pads will be placed on your problem areas and these little bambinos will exercise your muscles, instantly helping with weight loss and ridding you of cellulite. This revolutionary treatment is also non-invasive, relatively painless and has no harmful side effects.
Your body needs a good scrub down every now and then to reveal the glowing beauty underneath and with your full body scrub plant extracts and aromatic oils will be used to exfoliate, soften and nourish your skin. This full body scrub also cleans clogged pores, giving your skin a luxurious shine, while replenishing minerals essential to your skin’s health. When you have had your fill at the luxurious Cleo Patra Day Spa you will also be able to use your four R100 vouchers at its sister spa, Cleo Patra Garden Spa to further spoil yourself and indulge your senses.
Stress fact: A women in New York booked herself into a spa resort after famously walking out of her office at the local newspaper, resigning on the spot. The woman marched out of the newsroom screaming that she had had enough, called the spa from her car and then went to the pet store to buy a llama who she subsequently named Lars.