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Salon vs DIY: Body detox

Detoxing is never an easy thing, especially in the summer when cocktails and BBQs win hands down over your five a day and an early night.

Sometimes it’s nice to just lie back and rid of your toxins in a more enjoyable manner; by which we mean new Monticelli Mud Wrap by Comfort Zone.

This conditioning treatment involves the receiver being wrapped in thermal mud taken from the mineral rich riverbanks of Monticelli in Italy, ensuring optimum absorption of the mineral salt thermal waters found in the mud.
wewomen’s reviewer says:
"I went along to the gorgeous Ena spa on Queen Street in London for my mud wrap experience. It started with an all over body brush, followed by an exfoliating scrub which the therapist removed with a dry, soft mitt. She then covered me in the mud and wrapped me up in a plastic sheet, which was a bit like sturdy clingfilm."
"The best bit was having a really long Indian head massage as the mud worked it’s magic ( it went all tingly and warm and felt like the glow you get after a day in the sun), so that combined with the head massage nearly sent me off to sleep!"
"Eventually the mud was showered off and a gorgeous apple moisture lotion was rubbed all over me (including my stomach and boobs!) My skin felt really soft and fresh for days afterward, and I felt a lot firmer around the stomach and thigh area."

Monticelli Mud Wrap

Cassie Powney
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