Jo Foley

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For decades spas were places we went to for luxury and pampering – soft lights, sweet music, fragrant smells and Tibetan bells, but these days most of us are looking for a little extra. We want help with aches, pains, bad posture, stress relief, sleep issues plus diet and nutritional advice, which is why so many spas now offers osteopathy, reiki, physiotherapy and acupuncture, as well as the very latest research in skincare for facials, which can includes oxygen, super charged Caci and anti-ageing treatments. While pre and post pregnancy treatments are in great demand and available now in many spas.
Sofitel So Spa

Right in the heart of London a very chic piece of France can be found over three floors. Alongside the treatment rooms is a hammam, a manicure area and a relaxation room which is difficult to leave. French product houses, Carita and Cing Mondes provides the facials, wraps and massages while Mama Mio for pre and post natal care. But the Claret-Coquet acupuncture face lift is the piece de resistance, using the age old Chinese medical discipline to lift, firm and help erase wrinkles and lines.

Ragdale Hall Spa

An award-winning residential spa, Ragdale offers every type of treatment and package. You can stay for a day or a week depending on your needs. Alongside the standard therapies also on offer is a resurfacing facial which helps with skin tone and fine lines, while the resident doctor offers naturopathy, herbal medicine, acupuncture, homeopathy and hypnotherapy.

Discovery Spa

Pampering is high on the list of wellbeing elements alongside sea air at the Ocean Spa. And while there is a plethora of pampering treatments from wraps, scrubs and massage of every kind using Repechage, also on offer are more serious elements. Electrolysis for the removal of unwanted hair but also treatments for the removal of skin tags, red veins, bloodspots and melia. Add to that reflexology and Indian head massage and you have top to toe rejuvenation.

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