Beauty treatments are witnessing advancements way beyond exotic ingredients and innovative modern technology. But there are some treatments that can be traced back to ancient civilizations, which use innovative ways to improve skin, hair and general health. Amidst latest procedures like skin needling, wrinkle treatments and anti-wrinkle treatment, the popularity of these effective and non-invasive therapies is also growing.
People have depended on baths to treat ailments for centuries. Spas are introducing self-guided baths that use a combination of essential oils and colored water called Chroma-therapy to help clients get rid of aliments like fatigue, common cold, stress and jet lag. These therapies alternate the use of cold and hot water, which makes them extremely effective.
This facial was originally invented towards the end of 1980’s to treat paralyzed muscles. Doctors soon discovered its ability to tighten the skin and smoothen out fine lines. Here low-intensity electricity is used to improve circulation, trigger elastin and collagen production, and eventually make you look younger. Patients do not feel any pain and the results are visible after just one treatment. The face-lift effect last up to 72 hours and multiple treatments combined with maintenance can prolong the effect.
This treatment entails the use of heated bubble shaped glass cups. These cups are heated over a flame and then placed on your skin creating an airtight seal. When the air caught inside the cup cools down, a suction is created drawing blood into the area. The enhanced circulation supplies oxygen, which helps treat and heal affected muscles. The treatment is painless and the only trace left behind is a light mark of the cup’s rim. It is also known as “fire cupping”. It is an ancient method used by the Chinese and Egyptians. Today, it is often used alongside acupuncture or massages.
This therapy is a combination of aromatherapy, reflexology and massage to energize your body. Up to nine essential therapeutic oils are used to detox your system. They promote healing and destroy bacteria. These natural oils are dropped along your spine and feet and then gently massaged into your skin.
This treatment concentrates on the feet and helps relieve tension. It comprises of an aromatic soak, followed by a salt scrub and reflexology for 15 minutes. The clients are then made to lie between blankets of warm basalt rocks. This is a great way to distress and enhance consciousness.