Spa Treatments In Singapore For Every Budget

LIFESTYLE  |  May 27, 2017
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    Face: For when you don’t have the time or moolah to book an appointment, treat yourself at home with Korean beauty brand Innisfree’s Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask ($21). It can minimise pores, control sebum, exfoliate, cleanse, brighten and cool skin.

    Body: This hole-in-the-wall may look a little dodgy but the masseuses at Flex Foot Reflexology Centre know what they’re doing. For just $13, you can enjoy a 30-minute foot reflexology treatment right in the heart of Orchard Road.

    #01-17 Cuppage Plaza, 5 Koek Rd, Singapore 228796

    Tel: 6735-2322

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    Face: Well-groomed brows can make your face. And the Browgraphy (Thread + Tweeze) treatment ($45) at Browhaus is worth the effort. While you’re at it, go on and tweak the colour of your brows to match your hair. It’s included in the price.

    Body: Try a Traditional Javanese Full Body Massage ($45, members; $60, non-members) for a legit Indonesian experience in Singapore. Hit up one of the many House of Traditional Javanese Massage & Beauty Care branches islandwide.

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    Face: SG Face uses high-quality BABOR products from Germany for its Deep Cleansing Facial ($68), which aims to remove dirt, oil and makeup and leaves no residue.

    Body: The Crowning Glory Reflexology ($85) treatment at Lacquer & Spa, helps you say bye to tense muscles and stiff joints on your neck, shoulders and feet. Bonus: It boosts blood circulation!

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    Face: The Acne Skin Therapy (from $170) at Aster Spring is suitble for those with mid acne, inflamed breakouts or post-acne scarring. The no-nonsense treatment uses machines to perform facial extractions.

    Body: The 60-minute Singapore Heritage Massage ($185) at Chi The Spa aims to relieve neck and back tension. Masseuses are experienced and will customise their pressure to help ease chronic pain.

    A version of this story first appeared in The Finder.

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