Based in the charming seaside town of Leigh-on-Sea, Jasmine Day Spa invites guests into its calming surroundings to experience high quality treatments inspired by therapies from around the world. Established as a renowned salon for over 20 years, Jasmine Day Spa provides a pampering experience which allows visitors to become completely immersed in their peaceful atmosphere and leave the spa feeling ready to face whatever life throws their way. Featuring a hot tub and several treatment rooms designed to maximise relaxation, Jasmine Day Spa are Essex’s experts when it comes to the pursuit of serenity.
After a warm welcome from a member of the Jasmine Day Spa team, guests will receive their fresh robes, towels and slippers as well as tea, coffee or water before making their way to one of the spa’s dedicated treatment rooms. Their 45 minute candlelit treatment will then begin with a back scrub, designed to exfoliate any dead skin cells and revitalise the skin. An intensive back, neck and shoulder massage will then commence, followed by an Elemis facial including products selected with the guest’s unique facial skin type in mind. Next, it’s time for 30 minutes of relaxation in the Jacuzzi area to complete the session of tranquillity.
Your treatment will last approximately 45 minutes.
This experience is for one person.
This package is not suitable for spectators. Additional guests can pay to join you on the day.
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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