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Different Types of Spa Treatments – Way to Stay Relaxed and Stress-Free

Spas offer a variety of services that help you stay relaxed and refreshed. From rejuvenating skin treatments to relaxing body massages, there's a whole host of treatments you can experience at proper wellness centre – here're some of the best treatment options you should try out.

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Facials

Great facial treatment is the perfect way to get started with your spa experience. This includes exfoliating the skin, steaming, applying the mask, and moisturizing. Almost every reputed spa, whether it's one in the Maldives or one of the many Hunter Valley spa resorts in Australia – such as the Elysia Wellness Retreat – will offer a range of facial treatments for you to choose from. Certain facial treatments will even target specific conditions such as dark spots, migraines, or headaches, so be sure to specify any underlying conditions to the spa experts – they'll know what to do from there.

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Body Treatments

All of these exfoliating and moisturizing treatments aren't limited to just your face, making sure the skin on the rest of your body is healthy and glowing is just as important. A proper spa will have an assortment of body treatments to choose from, these range from full body wraps to Vichy showers. One of the best treatments you can try out is aqua therapy. The essence of this treatment involves soaking in a tub of warm water that's been mixed with an assortment of essential oils and calming bath salts. As such it's a combination of exfoliation, moisturisation, and aroma-therapy. Once you're done with this treatment, not only will your body will be refreshed and relaxed but your mind will too!

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Massages

When people think of spas, they think of massages and with good reason too. If you're visiting a spa for a treatment, you should definitely consider getting a massage while you're there. Massaging is an art-form in itself and as such, there's a whole array of different options for you to consider. If you're a beginner, you might want to go with the tried and tested Swedish massage. Here the masseuse uses oil and massages your back with long strokes that help relieve stress by loosening the muscle tissue. If your muscles are really knotted up from a hard day's work, you might want to consider a deep tissue massage. As the name suggests this is all about getting to the root of the muscle tissue and loosening everything up. Hot stone massages are also a good option if you want to add a bit of heat into the procedure.

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Hair Treatments

A lot of people tend to neglect the health of their hair until it's too late. So, if you're ever at a spa, be sure to go through the hair care options they have on offer. Like your skin, hair exfoliation treatments will help you get rid of damaged and frizzled hair while promoting the growth of new stronger ones. Hair removal on the body is also a service most spas offer. For example, the practice of threading is used to remove unwanted hair particularly in India and the Middle East.

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Medical Therapy

More and more, spas are beginning to offer treatment options that were once confined solely to the physician's office. These procedures range from medical facelifts to laser hair removal. These treatments often bear instant results so they are worth considering under the guidance of an experienced medical officer.