A bit of beauty news this Friday from the Blythswood Square Spa, one of 5pm’s spas, and cult beauty company Deciem…
Spa Therapists at Glasgow’s five-star Blythswood Square Hotel have graduated from a specialist cancer touch spa course from the Made for Life Foundation making them the only hotel to offer such treatments in Glasgow.
Accredited by the Complimentary Medical Association, ten therapists completed the advanced course allowing them to gain a deeper understanding of what cancer is, the staging and grading and how the treatments for cancer can affect the need to adapt spa treatments.
The Spa at Blythswood Square is a 10,000 sq. ft. facility with nine luxury treatment rooms, a thermal suite, two relaxation pools and a relaxing lounge and café – a decadent, five-star haven in the centre of the city. Now, the team can confidently open their doors to anyone with cancer and offer a well-deserved relaxing experience. The extensive range of luxurious, sophisticated and holistic face and body treatments can now be altered to suit each patient and their needs, with a full consultation beforehand to ensure they are comfortable.
“Our team prides itself on ensuring that guests and spa customers leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, and we are proud that we now offer specialist cancer touch massages and treatments for patients that are looking to pamper themselves whilst feeling like they are in safe hands,” comments Leon Trayling, Spa Director at Blythswood Square Hotel. “It is really special to be the only Spa to offer something like this in the city and was in response to many of our guests looking for something so specialist. It means some of our visitors who could benefit from some pampering the most can enjoy the spa to its full potential.”
Visit blythswoodsquare.com for more information or to book call the Spa on 0141 240 1622 or email email@example.com
Deciem has taken the beauty world by storm with their affordable, targeted skincare range, The Ordinary, which offers pure ingredients for the skin at great prices.
Now, you can shop The Ordinary and other Deciem brands at a new counter in Glasgow’s Fraser’s store. I’ve not been in yet, but this is the Oxford Street counter and the Glasgow one is essentially the same. Have you been in?
As well as The Ordinary you will find brands NIOD, Chemistry Brand and Fountain. For more info on all these brands visit deciem.com