Found within the cosy seaside town of Southend-on-Sea on the Essex coast, The Beauty Room welcomes every guest with open arms. Take a well-deserved break from the hustle and bustle of everyday and escape to one of their tranquil beauty rooms, with every detail designed with the importance of self-care and relaxation in mind.
Your experience will begin with a warm welcome from one of the salon’s qualified therapists, followed by a consultation regarding each treatment.
Firstly you’ll enjoy a blissful 25 minute back massage which will work on any areas that hold stress and tension, easing away any knots, aches and pains leaving you revived and invigorated. Next, the therapists attention will focus on your face; an area of the body which often displays the most signs of fatigue. Your 55 minute facial will include cruelty free products suiting your unique skin type and texture, applied in a effective routine designed to boost radiance, exfoliate the skin and create a lasting, glowing complexion. The facial includes a scalp massage which will almost instantly ease you into a state of deep relaxation.
Leave The Beauty Rooms with a renewed sense of wellbeing, having enjoyed an indulgent 1 ½ hours of treatment time.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Tuesday to Thursday subject to availability, available throughout the year. Exclusions include Bank Holidays.
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