There are two definitions of a traditional day spa. First, traditional day spas are spas that offer the usual services that can be seen at every spa. Among these services include the usual facials, facial masks, body scrubs, body masks, body wraps, pedicures, manicures, and massages.
Facial cleanses, exfoliates, and nourishes the skin to promote a well-hydrated and clear complexion. It is the second most in demand spa service next to massages. A facial is administered by a licensed aesthetician with special education in skin care.
They are usually given in a step by step process where it starts with cleansing the skin, analysis, exfoliation, extraction of blackhead, facial massage, facial masks, application of protective creams and toners, and health teachings regarding home skin care.
2) Body Treatment
Body treatments such as body scrubs and masks are just like a facial for the whole body. It is as important to maintain a moisturized and healthy body skin just like in facial treatments. Body treatments leave the body exfoliated, hydrated, and glowing.
Massages have been around for more than a thousand years. To date, it is the most in demand spa treatment. Massages manipulate the body and its soft tissues with functional (therapeutic and mechanical) and physical purposes. It involves kneading the body with pressure targeted on muscles, tendons, skin, joints, and ligaments. There are numerous types of massages. However all of them offer beneficial effects to the individual getting them. Pain relief, relaxation, and other health benefits await those who take part in this service.
4) Ancient Form of Healing
Second, Traditional Day Spas are spas that offer services that have already been long-established. Most of these spas are focused on traditional ways of healing and rejuvenating. Most of there techniques are based on different cultures and religion. The most popular among them are Chinese healing treatments and Indian (or Ayurvedic) therapeutic treatments.
They make use of oils and other natural ingredients and products in order to bring the body back to its normal, healthy beginnings. The majority of these treatments do not make use of modern aesthetic equipment. Some spas offer these kinds of services at a much cheaper rate than their modernized versions. However, because of rare supplies, some spas provide these services at higher prices.
They offer the same effects on the body and skin but with the advantage of only the most natural elements touching your skin. They deep cleanse, exfoliate, hydrate, treat acne, removes dead skin cells, detoxify, and relax the body, mind, and spirit.
5) Indian Treatment
Ayurvedic treatment is a traditional Indian therapeutic treatment. It is a health system that has been utilized for successful healing and prevention of illnesses for more than 5 thousand years. It is responsible for creating balance and intensifying the body's healing abilities.
Ayurveda states that diseases are primarily caused by impurities and imbalances that accumulate in the body for a long period of time. Before symptoms of the disease arise, Ayurveda is used to diagnose these imbalances and cure them. One may unknowingly create imbalances in their own bodies because of stress and strains in the mind and body. Ayurveda then eliminates the imbalances from the body and focuses on teaching the individual to live a balanced and healthy life.