Schmoo Spa invites those in need of some professional pampering to visit one of their five spa locations found across Southern England and in the Welsh Capital of Cardiff. Located within Hilton Hotels, each Schmoo Spa has been designed to provide visitors with an environment in which they can truly switch off. You’ll both enjoy some well-deserved relaxation time in the form of a 25 minute back, neck and shoulder massage or a Schmoo facial, depending on what you personally require in order to feel truly relaxed. While the massage will release the tension, aches and pains of one of the most overworked parts of the body, the Schmoo facial will use skincare products personalised to your skin type in order to quickly relieve any skin sensitivity or areas that are in need of some careful attention from an experienced therapist.
Customers will also receive 25% off Schmoo products if they purchase 2 or more on the day.
Facilities not included, these can be used for additional fee payable to the location of your choice. Prices vary.
Please inform us of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part in this activity. A health check will be required which may result in the spa requesting a medical certificate.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Sunday to Friday subject to availability, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays.
The rating system displayed is created from customers reviews that have actually done the experience.
You cannot view the reviews on site but a copy of them can be made available on request by phone or email.
To make a request simply go to our contact us page and include the product ID (found on the product page) in the email.
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