Exfoliation Massage (For Women Only)

Experience the epitome of relaxation with a deeply soothing massage celebrated for its prowess in alleviating muscle tension and fostering holistic wellness. This technique not only boosts blood circulation, thereby enriching skin vitality and promoting a healthy glow, but also delicately exfoliates, unveiling a suppler, more radiant complexion by eliminating dull, lifeless skin cells. Enjoy an array of benefits including gentle exfoliation, enhanced circulation, detoxification, stress relief, and optimal skin hydration.

Sessions & Pricing

Time: 90 minutes Price: €125

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So kind, welcoming and and the massage was one of the best I’ve had. I will definitely be returning!

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Katie, Treatwell

Excellent massage therapist. Iula has healing hands and I felt totally loosened up after my massage. She is also so welcoming and puts one completely at ease.

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Teresa, Treatwell

Went with a really bad back pain and Iula did a great job as I felt so much better straight after the massage. Highly recommended

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Irina, Treatwell

Contraindications for exfoliation massage:

-Skin Conditions:

Individuals with skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, sunburn, or open wounds should avoid this massage. 

-Sensitive Skin:

Those with delicate skin may find scrubbing too abrasive and irritating. 

-Recent Hair Removal:

Avoid scrubbing recently shaved, waxed, or treated areas to prevent discomfort and irritation. 

-Active Acne or Breakouts:

It’s advisable to refrain from scrubbing areas experiencing acne or breakouts until they have healed. 

-Skin Infections:

 Individuals with skin infections, such as fungal or bacterial infections, should avoid this massage. 

-Recent Chemical Peels or Dermabrasion:

If you’ve undergone recent chemical peels, microdermabrasion, or similar treatments, it’s best to avoid scrubbing to prevent over-exfoliation and irritation. 

-Pregnancy:

Pregnant women should consult their healthcare provider before opting for scrub massages, as certain scrub ingredients may not be safe during pregnancy. 

What Are Exfoliation Massages?

Exfoliation massages involve the use of gentle yet effective techniques to slough off dead skin cells from the body’s surface. Unlike traditional massages that focus solely on muscle relaxation, exfoliation massages prioritize skin rejuvenation by promoting the shedding of old skin cells, revealing a smoother, more vibrant complexion.

What Is Included in Exfoliation Massages?

In exfoliation massages, various tools and products may be utilized to facilitate the exfoliation process. This includes exfoliating scrubs made from natural ingredients like sugar or salt, as well as brushes or loofahs to aid in the removal of dead skin cells. Additionally, we incorporate specialized techniques such as gentle friction or circular motions to enhance the exfoliating effects.

How Long Does An Exfoliation Massage Last?

An exfoliation massage session usually lasts 75 minutes. This duration allows for thorough attention to each part of the treatment. The precise timeframe can be adjusted based on individual preferences and the severity of tension or discomfort in the targeted muscles.

What Are the Benefits of An Exfoliation Massage?

Exfoliation massages offer a multitude of benefits for the skin and overall well-being. By removing dead skin cells, these massages can improve skin texture, promote cell turnover, and enhance the skin’s ability to absorb moisture and nutrients. Additionally, exfoliation massages can stimulate blood circulation, leaving the skin looking radiant and rejuvenated. Furthermore, regular exfoliation can help prevent clogged pores, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and even promote a more even skin tone.

When Should I Get An Exfoliation Massage?

Exfoliation massages can be beneficial at any time of the year, but they are particularly beneficial during transitional seasons when the skin may be more prone to dryness and dullness. Additionally, exfoliation massages can be especially helpful before special occasions or events when you want your skin to look its best. However, it’s essential to avoid over-exfoliating, so it’s best to consult with a professional massage therapist to determine the frequency that’s right for your skin type.

What Should I Do After An Exfoliation Massage?

After an exfoliation massage, it’s essential to take care of your skin to maximize the benefits of the treatment. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and nourish your skin from within. Avoid prolonged sun exposure and be sure to apply sunscreen if going outside, as exfoliated skin may be more sensitive to UV rays. Additionally, moisturize your skin with a hydrating lotion or oil to lock in moisture and keep your skin feeling soft and smooth.

What Do I Need to Do to Prepare for Exfoliation Massage?

Before your exfoliation massage, it’s essential to prepare your skin to ensure optimal results. Avoid using any harsh exfoliating products or treatments for a few days leading up to your appointment to prevent irritation. Additionally, communicate with your massage therapist about any skin concerns or sensitivities you may have, so they can tailor the treatment to your specific needs. Finally, relax and enjoy the experience, knowing that you’re taking proactive steps to care for your skin and overall well-being.

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