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Elemental Herbology launches new Coconut Shell Cream Body Scrub Treatment

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 Elemental Herbology launches  new Coconut Shell Cream Body Scrub Treatment

The Coconut Shell Cream Body Scrub lasts 45 minutes and combines aromatherapy with deep exfoliation
Elemental Herbology is delighted to announce a new, full-body exfoliating treatment designed to gently buff and polish, for healthy, glowing skin.

Coconut shell cream body scrub treatment, £65 (45 mins)

This invigorating, full-body scrub lasts 45 minutes, and combines the ancient practise of aromatherapy with deep exfoliation, and intense moisturisation for a truly holistic experience.

Beginning the treatment with a thorough consultation, the Elemental Herbology therapist will identify any particular areas of concern with the client and invite them to choose their desired scent from the harmonising Five Element Body Oil range. This assessment will take into account skin type, allergies, mood and fragrance preferences. The client will then be asked to lie face down on the bed, while the Fire and Water Inhalation Essences are used to create a bespoke aromatherapy experience designed to induce deep relaxation of both body and mind.

Starting by focusing on the back of the body, the exfoliation process begins using the Elemental Herbology Coconut Shell Cream Body Scrub. The scrub harnesses the power of two different parts of the coconut for maximum skin smoothing benefits. A natural exfoliant, the shell is used to help buff and polish away dead skin cells, while the oil nourishes and hydrates. This gentle scrub also contains creamy shea butter and moisturising aloe vera that help improve skin texture and suppleness. The process is then repeated on the front of the body.

The second half of the treatment, involves the client showering with either the Grapefruit & Mandarin Body Wash or the Neroli & Rose Damask Body Wash, to gently cleanse and rinse away the scrub. Drawing the treatment to a close, the therapist applies a rich, botanical Five Element Body Oil of the client’s choice to lock in moisture and give an extra layer of nourishment. Upon completion of the treatment skin enjoys both immediate and long-lasting benefits, for healthier, softer and more radiant looking skin.

The Coconut Shell Cream Body Scrub treatment is suitable for all skin types and use throughout the year but is particularly effective before going on holiday for beach ready skin.



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Elemental Herbology

Dedicated to maintaining beautiful skin, Elemental Herbology helps restore equilibrium when environmental, lifestyle and hormonal fluctuations dramatically alter the natural mechanisms of your skin.

Elemental Herbology
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