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Aqua Sana at Elveden Forest Center Parcs among first spas in UK to introduce new Elemis spa treatments


Sunday is Valentine’s Day - and what better way to treat your loved one than with a relaxing treatment?

Aqua Sana, at Elveden Forest Center Parcs, near Thetford, is one of the first spas in the UK to introduce five new and exciting Elemis spa treatments which will be exclusive to their spas until February 28.

Available to book immediately, these indulgent and enriching facial treatments and body massages deliver a very different experience, incorporating nutrient rich superfoods and shining crystals, through to the fresh scents of spring time and the exotic aromatics of the Far East.

If you need a quick-fix for Valentine’s to get you out of the doghouse, the new treatments include:

Thousand Flower Detox Wrap (55 minutes, £79) Enriched with the purest of Somerset soil and packed with tree, flower and grass rich nutrients, the Thousand Flower Detox body wrap powerfully detoxes the body whilst restoring health and equilibrium. Relaxing at the hands of your professional spa therapist, Omega-rich Green Tea seed oil is massaged deep into the skin, following which the vitamin packed and highly nutritious ‘Thousand Flower’ warms and cocoons the body melting away toxins and impurities for the ultimate sense of renewal.

Body Nectar Nourishing Wrap (55 minutes, £65) Transporting you to the tropics, this lusciously fragrant and intensely moisturising body wrap will provoke thoughts reminiscent of the Far East. The velvety texture of Monoi oil offers super-hydration, following which carefully selected aromatic oils are applied using gentle, sweeping strokes with particular attention paid to dehydrated skin. Mood balancing aromatics create the perfect ambience, as you relax into a calming state of sheer bliss.

Dual Energy - Poultice Powered Muscle Release Massage (55 minutes, £129 per couple) Encompassing the therapeutic properties of Amber and Quartz poultice, this deeply relaxing body massage provides instant relief as sore and aching muscles are gently kneaded. Further combing the powerful ingredients of Eucalyptus and Juniper, each area of tension is specifically targeted with vibrational energy to re-mineralise the body, leaving you re-energised and restored.

The Garden of England Restore Massage (55 minutes, £75) Treating you to the fresh scents of springtime, this quintessentially English massage combines the essential oils of Rose, Camelina and Poppy Seed to create an evocable sense of an English rose garden. Anointing the skin with deeply nourishing and hydrating oils, cellular renewal is encouraged whilst restoring elasticity to the skin for a healthy, hydrated look and feel. A nurturing Rose balm and bespoke massage then follows, comforting the skin and grounding the spirit to leave the skin supple and the body beautifully smelling of roses.

Superfood Facial (25 minutes, £45) Rich in essential minerals and trace elements, this stress relieving facial is the ultimate in nutritional boosting treatments. Specially created to smooth and plump the skin through massage techniques and hydrating creams, the complexion is enhanced with radiance as your spa therapist gently alleviates those tell-tale signs of exhaustion.

Group Spa Manager, Kerry Fenton-Kent, said: “We have been working with Elemis for many years and have a great relationship with them. This marks a very exciting time for Aqua Sana as it means that not only are we an award-winning spa in the UK, but that we are continuing to ensure our status as a leading spa brand. Our spa visitors keep coming back, telling their friends and bringing other family members, so it is even more important to stay fresh and innovative but to also remain welcoming, natural and of high quality.’

Book now via www.aquasana.co.uk


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