Health remedies with spa
Generations after generations are beginning to understand the need to refresh the mind, body and soul. Little wonder, individuals and corporate organisations are caught up in the fever of fitfam, team bonding, aerobics and so many other means of restoration of the physical and mental being for even more productivity.
It was on this note that luxury restoration and get away centre, Oasis Medspa, welcomed an exclusive guest line-up at its Spa Open Day last Sunday, June 19, in Ikoyi, Lagos.
Welcomed with Veuve Cliquot Rich Champagne on ice and Scrumptious finger foods from the Oasis Bistro, guests relaxed and enjoyed several complimentary spa services.
Each of the selected 200 guests was treated to a private tour of the luxury facility which boasted Ultramodern Spa Lounge, Luxurious Treatment rooms for Facials, Massages, Exilis Elite Fat Reduction & Skin tightening, Exilite (IPL) Laser hair removal, etc. Steam & Sauna room, Physiotherapy Room over looking the Outdoor swimming pool, Zen garden, Private Cabana, Oasis Bistro & Lounge.
“There is something at Oasis Medspa for every member of the family. The aim is to maintain and enhance natural beauty and wellbeing, in an atmosphere of total bliss. The body rewards itself and mind when one pampers it. What we do is to wake the body up to naturally strengthen itself against our daily environmental stress, through the best facial and body treatments,” said CEO, Oasis Medspa, Freda Francis.
Ladies were delighted to no end when one of the Open Day partners, HerImports offered Malaysian body wave hair bundles at a stupendous discount just for the day. Yet another partner, Aquadana made the evening extra memory for everyone with chilled bottles of water.
Gift bags and lots of giveaway prizes at the Open Day included Redeemable vouchers for Neck and Shoulder massage, Foot massage, HydraFacial treatments, Free sessions of Elixis skin tightening treatment, 20 per cent off corrective acne removal, laser treatments and 25 per cent off the Oasis Medspa signature face treatment. Grand lucky dip, a hand massage, was picked by the star guest of the day, a three-year-old girl.
“Honestly, I am so glad I turned up. Given the cold, wet weather recently, it was truly refreshing to have this experience ahead of a work week,” one of the guests, Mr. Amaju Pinnick (President, Nigeria Football Federation) said.