Body Scrub FAQ
Body scrubs are a great way to keep your skin beautiful and healthy through exfoliation. This treatment is thorough and tends to leave your skin feeling softer. The therapist massages the salt or sugar based scrub into your skin. You can choose from 2 different salt or 8 different sugar based scents. The benfeits of Body Scrubs are:
1) Skin Glow-
One of the biggest benefits to body scrubs, particularly the salt scrub, is the glow that your skin is left with. There are different grades of salt, and sea salt is the best option for a salt glow. The results for your body will depend on the type and grade of salt your therapist uses.
It might seem like an obvious benefit to mention, but body scrubs are a great way to exfoliate dead skin cells. This paves the way for fresh new cells to regenerate and leaves you looking and feeling fabulous.
3) Increasing Flow-
When you have a body scrub done, you are encouraging the natural flow of circulation and bodily fluids within. For the best results, a therapist should recommend and apply the body scrub that is appropriate for you. When you have a professional massage therapist apply the body scrub, a massage can be incorporated. This will increase the correct circulation and flow benefits.
4) Improve Cellulite and Aging-
There are some claims that certain types of body scrubs can actually improve the look of aging and dimpled skin from cellulite. There is no miracle cure, but it certainly won’t hurt to try a body scrub that is enhanced with coffee. The coffee grounds are the best option for use on cellulite prone areas of the body. These types of body scrubs are great if you love the smell of coffee, too.
Treating yourself to a body scrub, especially when combined with a massage, is just plain relaxing. Having a body scrub done by a professional allows you to incur the benefits without the mess or stress. Plus, when you have a choice of what scent to use, the effects are even more potent. Example-(Lavender) is a great choice because of its know relaxing qualities. There are other scents that you may find relaxing, so be sure to ask your therapist.