A visit to Elite Beauty includes four blissful hours of pampering, with therapists working on multiple areas of the body in order to leave you utterly spoilt. You will benefit from the healing properties of traditional massage, while the facial utilises advanced, professional skincare products designed to purify and revitalise the skin. The manicure or pedicure will leave even the most hardworking hands or feet feeling refreshed and preened to perfection. Once your treatments are complete, you’ll leave Elite Beauty feeling totally revitalised and ready to face whatever life throws at you.
Upon arrival, expect a warm welcome from one of the friendly Elite Beauty team members before your four hours of treatment time commences. Grab your towel and robe then prepare for your indulgent, full body pampering session to take place. To begin, a 50 minute full body and head massage will gently ease you into a comforting state of relaxation while the therapist targets areas of tension. Next, it’s time to release any lingering stress with a 50 minute luxury facial, designed to provide you with a long-lasting radiant glow and the technique adapted to suit your unique skin type. Finally, choose between a 60 minute Gelish manicure or pedicure which will be accompanied a mini manicure or toe tidy depending on which treatment you choose for your main final treatment. Sit back, relax and allow your experienced therapist to work their pampering magic.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Saturday, throughout the year. Excludes Bank holidays.
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