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  • Tender Beauty By Sally

    12.6 km Hartstown, D15, Dublin

    Chemical Peels Full Face

    €65.00
    40min

    Chemical Peels Full Face & Neck

    €70.00
    40min

    Peel + LVL

    €95.00
    2h
  • Maria Klos Aesthetics

    10.9 km Fonthill Business Park, Unit 6, The Courtyard, Lucan

    Plasmage peel

    €79.00+
    1h

    AHA peel

    €79.00
    45min

    Consultation

    €20.00+
    15min
  • Caramel Kiss Clinic

    10.6 km Unit 16c Oldbawn shopping centre, Dublin

    Cavitation peeling

    €20.00
    30min

    Profhilo

    Profhilo is for anyone who notices the many visible signs of ageing skin. It uses an easily injectable patented formula containing hyaluronic acid to treat common issues such as facial lines and wrinkles or sagging and inelastic skin without providing extra volume. Hyaluronic acid works like a sponge, holding in vital moisture that leads to smoother, plumper skin while also stimulating collagen and elastin production. Profhilo is the first injectable hyaluronic acid based product for treating skin laxity. Profhilo acts as a hydrator rather than a filler. This makes it fantastic for those with tired, dull-looking skin, transforming it into firm and luminous skin. This effect takes place within 3-5 days of treatment. Over the next few weeks collagen and elastin production is stimulated, producing a secondary effect of skin tightening. This is useful because levels of collagen, elastin and HA in the skin rapidly drop from the age of 30, resulting in signs of ageing such as fine lines, wrinkles and lacklustre skin. Profhilo acts to reverse some of these changes. The maximum effect of Profhilo is usually seen 2 months after the second treatment.
    €220.00
    45min

    Profhilo + Lumi eyes

    €290.00
    1h:15min
  • The Skin Gal

    11.0 km 1 Drynam Green, Swords

    Peel

    €55.00
    1h

    Peel

    €70.00
    45min

    Waxing

    €5.00
    15min
  • Mind Body Massage by Agnieszka

    13.2 km 29 Hills Indrustial Estate,, Lucan

    Dry peeling - full body

    €50.00
    1h

    Relaxing Massage - full body

    The purpose of a relaxing massage, according to the name, is to calm the body and put it in a state of relaxation. This is an excellent form of therapy for almost everyone that allows to: - reduce muscle and nerve tension, - relax the mind, - get a feeling of complete relaxation and reduce stress. Therefore relaxing massage is useful both in states of physical fatigue - for example after prolonged sporting effort and mental fatigue - after a hard day at work or experiencing a stressful situation. It is a very gentle treatment, conducted in a calm atmosphere that allows the patient to break away from the problems and fully relax. What effects does a relaxing massage give you? In addition to the relaxation effect, a relaxing massage is beneficial to many aspects of the body's work: - enabling relieve pain - works well, after injuries, and supports, during rehabilitation after accidents, - improve metabolism - accelerating the process of burning unnecessary fat, - improve the blood supply to the body - ensuring the expansion of the capillaries and preventing the formation of venous thrombi, - stimulate the lymphatic system - helping to quickly remove toxins from the body and strengthening our immunity. How is a relaxing massage performed? Relaxing massage can take the form of a holistic massage - covering all parts of the body from the feet to the neck, or concentrating on one or several parts of the body - for example on the neck and back, legs or spine. There are many techniques that are used during this procedure. However, massages, gradually increasing pressure and tension, apply: - stroking - it usually starts and ends with a massage, acting relaxing and expanding, - kneading - improving the blood supply to tissues, - gentle rubbing - allowing to reduce swelling and deposits, - patting the edge of the hand or the whole hand - to stimulate blood circulation. Movements during this type of massage are smooth and slow - thanks to this, the massage gives the patient a chance to enter a state of relaxation. When should you opt for a relaxing massage? This treatment is recommended primarily to people who are struggling with: - insomnia, - chronic fatigue and a sense of lack of energy, - long-term stress, - feeling of muscle tension, - nervous hyperactivity. Properly carried out treatment will cleanse the mind and body and restore harmony and inner peace. Relaxing massage is a safe procedure and there are generally no contraindications to its use. In case of doubt, however, consult a therapist or doctor before starting this form of therapy.
    €60.00
    1h:20min

    Relaxing Massage - back massage

    The purpose of a relaxing massage, according to the name, is to calm the body and put it in a state of relaxation. This is an excellent form of therapy for almost everyone that allows to: - reduce muscle and nerve tension, - relax the mind, - get a feeling of complete relaxation and reduce stress. Therefore relaxing massage is useful both in states of physical fatigue - for example after prolonged sporting effort and mental fatigue - after a hard day at work or experiencing a stressful situation. It is a very gentle treatment, conducted in a calm atmosphere that allows the patient to break away from the problems and fully relax. What effects does a relaxing massage give you? In addition to the relaxation effect, a relaxing massage is beneficial to many aspects of the body's work: - enabling relieve pain - works well, after injuries, and supports, during rehabilitation after accidents, - improve metabolism - accelerating the process of burning unnecessary fat, - improve the blood supply to the body - ensuring the expansion of the capillaries and preventing the formation of venous thrombi, - stimulate the lymphatic system - helping to quickly remove toxins from the body and strengthening our immunity. How is a relaxing massage performed? Relaxing massage can take the form of a holistic massage - covering all parts of the body from the feet to the neck, or concentrating on one or several parts of the body - for example on the neck and back, legs or spine. There are many techniques that are used during this procedure. However, massages, gradually increasing pressure and tension, apply: - stroking - it usually starts and ends with a massage, acting relaxing and expanding, - kneading - improving the blood supply to tissues, - gentle rubbing - allowing to reduce swelling and deposits, - patting the edge of the hand or the whole hand - to stimulate blood circulation. Movements during this type of massage are smooth and slow - thanks to this, the massage gives the patient a chance to enter a state of relaxation. When should you opt for a relaxing massage? This treatment is recommended primarily to people who are struggling with: - insomnia, - chronic fatigue and a sense of lack of energy, - long-term stress, - feeling of muscle tension, - nervous hyperactivity. Properly carried out treatment will cleanse the mind and body and restore harmony and inner peace. Relaxing massage is a safe procedure and there are generally no contraindications to its use. In case of doubt, however, consult a therapist or doctor before starting this form of therapy.
    €50.00
    40min