Body Polishing


A body polish is a spa treatment which exfoliates the skin on your body leaving it feeling fresh, smooth, moisturized and soft. A rough product is rubbed vigorously, and massaged across and into your skin, and is then rinsed away to reveal a moisturized layer of fresh, clean and smooth skin.

While Tanning Treatment may help your skin but a good body polish forms the basis of other body treatments. It prepares your skin for an even tan. It opens the pores and wakens the skin before a wrap or mud treatment. The oils used can relax or stimulate your senses ready for any similarly-focused treatment that you might be having afterwards.

At the start of every season, shed your cocoon and come clean, baby-smooth and evenly radiant, all over, naturally. The latest scrubs are laced with natural ingredients like salt, pomegranate and sugar to make your body smell as yummy as it looks.

Scrub or polishing products usually include an oily base which moisturizes and soothes your skin as it is scrubbed. A scrub can be really invigorating as well, and improve the circulation of blood and lymph to the surface of the skin, helping to fight cellulite and improve your skin tone. A body scrub will exfoliate your skin, sloughing off dead skin cells and rubbing away hard and flaky skin, leaving it feeling soft and smooth.

Tips to Polish your body

  • Your skin will shed faster and more evenly if you polish when it’s dry.
  • Stand in a bath tub and use your hands not a loofah or sponge to massage a body scrub product into the skin with circular motions. Choose a scrub with granules suspended in essential oils and moisturizer base for moisturizing and conditioning as you scrub.
  • Let the scrub stay on 3-5 minutes before you rinse it off completely with pleasantly warm water.
  • Leaving the skin slightly damp while you dry your body. Slather on a body cream, lotion or oil.
  • Repeat the whole process 2-3 times a week. For sensitive or super-dry skin, limit to once a week.

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