Spas are definitely on the modern day travel map with a host of treatment facilities available around the globe.
We all like to feel pampered every now and again, and your holiday is the perfect time to relax. Fortunately, the general standard of spa facilities has improved dramatically in recent years, with most top range accommodation facilities offering an exciting variety of treatments.
At Nomadic Thoughts, we can arrange entire holidays to destination spas, or simply incorporate a bit of pampering into your holiday itinerary. Whether you are looking for a full body massage or a yoga retreat – or even something more unusual like a Corona Beer Face Lift or Chocolate Fondue Wrap – give us a call and we can spell our your best options.
For a bit of spa inspiration, these are just a few of the options available to book through Nomadic Thoughts:
Body scrub – helps keep to soften, smooth and moisturise your skin through exfoliating, leaving you rejuvenated.
Re-balancing facial – intensive cleansing to help improve the appearance of skin complaints such as eczema or acne.
Re-hydrating facial – an intensive moisture boost for dry, dehydrated skin.
De-sensitising facial – for sensitive skin prone to redness and irritation. Leaves skin clamed and soothed.
Skin brightening facial – improves skin tone and clarity, creating a fresher, healthier appearance and reducing the appearance of sun and age spots by sloughing off dulling surface cells.
Reflexology – a natural holistic healing therapy that helps restore balance in the body. Used to treat ailments such as back pain, stiff joints, insomnia and stress.
Indian head massage – a calming massage to the upper back, shoulders, upper arms, neck, face and scalp.Hopi ear candle therapy – a pleasant treatment for those suffering from rhinitis, sinusitis, excessive earwax, headaches or migraine.
Hydrotherapy bath – a relaxing bath, used to treat muscle problems, arthritis and stress.
Express facial – a 30-minute burst of rejuvenation for the skin, incorporating cleansing, exfoliating, a mask and moisturising.
Back, neck and shoulder massage – a relaxing treatment to soothe muscle pain, headaches and relieve stress.
Stress relief massage – relaxes tight muscles in tension related areas using stress relieving aromatherapy oils, leaving you feeling calm.
Oxygen Skin Calm Facial – gentle massage techniques are applied to the face and combined with a calming mask to rebalance delicate, sensitive complexions, relieve redness and irritation.
Men’s Facial – a deep cleanse and exfoliate followed by a mask suitable for male complexions, including treatments to combat irritation caused by shaving.
Exotic Moisture Dew Facial – for skin that needs a quick moisture boost, such as irritated or sunburnt skin – this uses a thirst quenching facial mask and delicate massage techniques to renew radiance.
Purifying Facial – deep cleansing for oily or congested skin, with antibacterial agents to remove impurities, detoxify and refresh the skin.
Aromatherapy – full body massage incorporating essential oils, aimed at reducing anxiety, headaches and fatigue.
Regenerating facial – an intensive boost for maturing or stressed skin, this treatment protects, firms and nourishes.
For the best Spa & Treatments, call +44 (0)20 7604 4408 for expert holiday advice