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Top Tips for Choosing A Health Spa

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Choosing a spa is very different from choosing a beauty salon. Many women and men tend to ask their friends for beauty salon recommendations and feel that they should do the same when choosing a spa.

The difference, however, is that a beauty salon includes many beauty treatments and services such as manicures, pedicures, haircuts and the like, while the services in a health spa include so much more.

Health spas, also known as day spas, have many certified masseuses who offer full-body massages such as a Swedish massage, battery pressure massage, Thai massage, and the like. Sometimes a day spa will offer spa specials, e.g. B. A free day treatment for you and your friends.

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There are other spa specials that include a package deal such as: For example, a discounted price if you get a foot massage as well as a facial. More and more day spas are offering spa specials and group discounts to attract customers and give you a taste of what they have to offer.

That is why you need some top tips for choosing a health spa. For one, check the prices and read the fine print before making an appointment. Ask if the spa of your choice accepts credit cards. Check track record through customer feedback and online forums.

Visit the spa of your choice on the same day of the week that you wish to book. This is used to check how many people are in the spa on that particular day. The last thing on earth you want is a crowded spa. This is not only unhygienic, but also uncomfortable.

Check if the spa is clean and how you are treated if you want to check the rooms. Pay attention to the cleanliness of the floor, sauna and towels. Ask for the references of the masseuses. You don’t want to pay top dollar for a masseuse who has no experience.

Ask at reception if you are entitled to discounts or special offers if you are here for the first time. Next, study the list of services and carefully ask what each really includes, includes, and does not include. It’s not a good idea to make wrong assumptions when choosing a day spa.

Thanks to Susan J Brown

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