Have you ever wondered how it feels to make every day a spa day?
If you’re anything like me, you probably also just work and work until your body aches. Sometimes, I don’t even mind the pain until it actually prevents me from doing more work.
One of the most luxurious ways of spending some down time is by entering an oasis of relaxation and getting a full body massage. Which is what I did recently, when The Body Shop and The Spa invited me to take a break from my work life and be in a zone of zen.
The results are tremendous. Not only did I have a clearer mindset as well as the best sleep I’ve had in months, my productivity level also actually increased since I had that 90 minutes of total pampering.
How did The Body Shop and The Spa do it?
The Body Shop launched its latest Firming Ritual as part of the Spa of the World product line. This new product is infused with a blend of fruit extracts from forests and vines that were then blended into refining textures and invigorating fragrances to uplift one’s mood and empower the skin, body and mind.
The makeup and body care brand’s partnership with The Spa is an effort from both companies to remind consumers of the importance of taking a break from every day stress and irritants.
As Facialist and Body Care Expert from The Body Shop Vanda Serrador said to me, “Daily pampering is my number one rule in life, as I believe it’s important to reconnect with the body and the mind. This is something I recommend to all my clients to help with their daily stress.”
Here’s the best part: You can continue the pampering and relaxation at home with The Body Shop’s Spa of the World travel kits. You can now choose where you want to have your next spa day with these special products made for pure escapism.
Not yet sold? I tried these products and noticed that my skin looks and feels more toned, firmer and with a more refined texture in just four weeks of usage.
The Body Shop is available in all leading department stores nationwide. The Spa Wellness Branches are located in Alabang, Greenbelt, Fort, Rockwell, Trinoma, Shangri-la and Promenade.
Writer: Rey R. Ilagan