The heart of London may seem like an unlikely place to find a tranquil retreat which offers authentic Hammam rituals designed to restore balance by detoxifying and purifying guests inside and out. The traditional rituals which have been a part of Middle Eastern culture for centuries over which time they have been refined to provide an experience which is relaxing and beautifying. This traditional Arabian Hammam includes a choice of honey hair mask or a session of reflexology which will last around an hour and 20 minutes. The hammam technique uses steam as a means to relax and cleanse as well as relieving tension in the muscles, nourishing the skin and improving circulation. The traditional treatment is the perfect way to relax and be thoroughly indulged on this spa day that is sure to appeal to anyone who needs a break Use of facilities is not included within this treatment.
The hammam treatment begins with a relaxing session in the steam room. Not only does this help to clear the mind, but it also opens the pores, preparing the skin for the treatment to come. Black olive soap infused with Argan oil is then used to gently exfoliate the skin and the therapist will use a Kessa glove to aid the process of removing the dull outer layer to reveal a natural, healthy glow beneath.
The treatment ends with a soothing shower which will reveal the full extent of the treatment’s results, refreshing and revitalising the skin and leaving it looking and feeling fantastic. Guests can also choose between a honey hair mask which will leave their tresses looking glorious, or a reflexology session which will use pressure points on the feet to relieve stress and provide relief from tension held throughout the body. This experience is the perfect pampering treat to make anyone feel thoroughly spoiled.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Wednesday to Monday, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays, subject to opening times and availability.
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