Lifestyles

Relaxation At The Spa

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If you want to unwind and indulge in a little TLC, why not stop by one of Abbotsford’s high-end spas and treat yourself to a touch of pampering?

Relax, balance and energize with spa services that will melt away all of your cares and distractions as you unwind in luxurious relaxation lounges and private treatment rooms.

Most spas offer services for men and women, including massage therapy, hair removal, pedicures, makeup application and microdermabrasion.

Spas typically specialize in a number of treatments, including deep tissue massages, facials, hair removal, manicures and pedicures. Be sure to ask about special packages for couples, grad and wedding parties.

You can also combine services. A massage and a body treatment is a good combination or a massage and a facial.

To get the most out of your treatment, make sure you prepare for your spa visit.

Drink plenty of water before and after services to maximize the benefits of your spa treatments.

Arrive early at the spa so you are not rushed. You will also have time to enjoy the sauna or steam before your treatment.

Take advantage of the inviting lounges that most spas have.

When the treatment is over, don’t rush off. Instead, take time to slowly reintegrate and make the most of your experience.

After all, you deserve it!

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