Jasmine Day Spa can be found on the Essex coast in Leigh-on-Sea and welcomes visitors travelling from far and wide. With two decades of salon excellence to the name, Jasmine Day Spa is proud of their high quality service, experienced team and many happy guests that leave the spa feeling refreshed and at peace. As well as a range of intensive treatments carried out by qualified beauty therapists, the spa also offers a comforting hot tub and several treatment rooms which have been designed to relax all who visit.
Upon arrival, the two guests will receive a friendly greeting from a member of the Jasmine Day Spa team and be given a fresh towel, pair of slippers and robe before making their way to one of the treatment rooms. The treatment will start with a back scrub, which works to exfoliate away any dead skin cells and revitalise the skin. An intensive back, neck and shoulder massage will follow, easing away any lingering tension and repairing hardworking muscles. The final stage of the Jasmine Signature Spa treatment is the Elemis facial, which comprises of a cleanser, toner and moisturiser, with products selected with guest’s unique facial skin type in mind. The final 30 minutes of the session can be spent relaxing together in the Jacuzzi area to complete the day of tranquillity.
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 Thursday subject to availability, available throughout the year, excluding Bank Holidays.
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