… is the one that they do on your face, you know one of ‘em ‘plump-up’ facials?
Because while my pregnancy has the unfortunate side effect of face-fattening, the postpartum period also introduces another… wrinkles.
And it seems to me they are coming on fast and furious and have no intention of leaving my face, like the residual pregnancy weight! How hard it is for those last 4 kilos to just disappear!
Anyway, as soon as I managed to get a babysitter for Keri, I booked myself an appointment at Spa Esprit at my choice location, Dempsey: because post-facial is often a terrifyingly hideous affair, it’s best that I can just duck into the car immediately after treatment so my uber red face (my skin is slightly on the sensitive skin, so any knick will leave very obvious marks and redness) will not see the light of day and scare the wits out of passersby.
Besides with a nerve and eye-soothing view like this, it’s a no-brainer for me.
Lounge area overlooking le wild tropics outside
I am not new to IPL (intense pulsed light) treatments but the last time I did a series of IPL treatments on my legs, the hair growth slowed but my hair was not completely removed.
We know Strip as the ‘Ministry of Waxing’, but do you know they offer IPL hair removal services too? I decided to check out this service from them, to see how it fare.
My appointment was booked at Strip Raffles City Level 1 outlet.
I have sparse brows and therefore I had to fill them in everyday before I step out of the house. Sometimes, when you’re blurry-eyed in the morning, you may miss a couple of steps of your daily makeup routine. Imagine those emotional roller-coasters I had to go through when I realised that I had forgotten about my brows after I reached the office!
Having been to Browhaus for brow threading over the past few years, renewing package after package, I was introduced to Brow Resurrection several years ago. I heard so much about this bespoke semi-permanent eyebrow embroidery treatment that I really wanted to try it.
Recently, Browhaus launched a new and more natural version of Brow Resurrection, known as Brow Resurrection Natural. I was invited to test drive and share my experience about the treatment. There will be a special promotion for those who are interested in this solution, so keep reading to the end of the post!
I had my brows “resurrected” at Browhaus Raffles City B1 by a Brow Specialist named Elaine.
Tagged as: Essential Oils, Massage, Spa, Spa Esprit
Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Beauty
The month of January has blitzed past. I don’t know about you but I had been dying to get a massage. The mind has shot off to speed with the exuberance of a new year but the body has been trying hard to keep pace. I have gotta admit, I am ageing and two cups of coffee everyday is no longer sufficient to eliminate all traces of weariness.
Fortunately, I was invited to Spa Esprit to experience the Back to Balance massage. The outlet at Paragon Level 5 looks like a zen woody sanctuary.
I attended a workshop about integrating essential oils in our daily life at Spa Esprit, which is located at the Beauty Emporium in Dempsey. For the uninitiated, the Beauty Emporium houses Spa Esprit, Browhaus and Strip all under one roof!
I have been curious about essential oils, after a reader shared with us about hydrosols, which were good for her skin. The oils are usually naturally derived and are reputed to also have medicinal properties. But I have never really made an effort to research on them.