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Buff: Dat smooth Arse!

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Buff: Dat smooth Arse!

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The face is always everyone’s primary concern but what about the rest of the body?
We spoke to Massage Therapist extraordinaire, Tania Dobbie about how to make our bodies silky smooth!

Tania recommends a full body exfoliation every three months, usually at the change of season so that the skin is more receptive to the application of skincare products.

The Body Smoother is a fully body exfoliation treatment using the luxurious Waterlily Body Collection.
The Waterlily Body Collection is rich in botanical extracts and essential oils.
The Body Smoother is a full body treatment recommended for all skin types to address specific skin concerns, including dehydration, laxity and congestion. Is it also recommended prior to a spray tan to promote and even tan.

The 45-minute treatment will reveal an immediate change in the tone and texture of the skin.

The exfoliant is massaged into the skin using long relacing massage strokes. This method promotes relaxation while the natural ingredients smooth, tone and refine the skin.

Following the full body exfoliation, the product is removed with hot towels. This creates a flushing technique and promotes toxin removal. We then apply one of the Waterlily’s botanical oil blends to your soft, revitalised skin.

There are varying exfoliants available and your therapist will select one depending on your needs, following a thorough consultation.
Face Plus Medispa have a selection of salt, sugar and crème exfoliants including the following:

lemongrass

Lemongrass Infused Salt glow: Australian mineral salts, vitamin E and almond oil, stimulate circulation, tone the skin and promote cell renewal.

Crushed Lime Sugar Smoother: Australian can sugar blended with organic cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, and rosemary, lime and vanilla bean, soften, nourish and hydrate.

Fruit Tonic Crème Body Polish: Raspberry and guava extracts blended with French mineral clay, mandarin and lime rind essential oils, brighten, refine and protect.

Spiced Chair Tisane Infused Sugar Scrub: Mango seed butter, warming chai spiced, green tea and vitamin E, hydrate, heal and improve the skin’s tone and texture.

Marine Nutrient Crème Body Polish: A creamy blend of mineral rich French clay, crushed walnut and marine extracts, decongest, detoxify, and strength the skin, while reducing the signs of cellulite.

Book your Body Smoother today, to reveal brighter, revitalised skin and bottom!

Massage treatment are available at our Bondi Beach Medispa. To make an appointment:
Call: 02 8897 0077
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