FAQ

We recommend that you drink plenty of water before and after your treatment/s to get the most out of the experience. Depending on the treatment, having a shower beforehand will help. 

Not much..depending on the treatment  you will likely be spending most of your time in a robe or swimwear. So a pair of shorts and a t-shirt are perfectly acceptable. You should bring a change of clothes with you if you plan on venturing outside after your treatment.

No, we will provide you with a robe to wear whilst using our facilities. 

Brazilian wax differs from a bikini wax which removes hair from the top and sides of the bikini line. The Brazilian wax removes all of the hair (top, sides, front and rear). Some people ask for a “landing strip” to be left behind and that’s fine. Ask one of our technicians on the day and they will be happy to accommodate you.

In our day spa facilities towels will be provided to you, so you do not need to bring your own towel.

A question that many people ask. The answer is that it depends. In general, exfoliating body scrubs will not help delicate, reactive skin that much, so it’s best to stick to a massage or a sensitive facial. If you have any concerns then its a good idea to get in touch with us and speak to one of our therapists about your condition and discover which products are used in our various treatments.

If you’re near the area feel free to visit us for a product sample a couple of weeks before your spa day, to see how your skin reacts to the products.

We would recommend that you bring your own pair of thongs/footwear to our facilities. Alternatively we have footwear available for purchase. 

Not necessarily, waxing does involve your hair being pulled from the root so there will be an element of pain involved, that said everyones pain threshold is different so some people may not experience any pain at all whereas other may. 

Some good advice would be to get waxed at a good time when your body is not run down or de-hydrated. Women are also more sensitive to pain just before their period, so avoiding these times would be best for you. 

Studies have found that the first waxing session is typically the most painful and that by waxing frequently you not only have smoother skin but the treatment will also be less painful due to the 3 stages of hair growth.

A remedial massage is the assessment and treatment of muscles, tendons and tissue to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management. It is designed to create favourable conditions for your body and muscles to return to normal after an injury. 

Your massage therapist will assess where you need treatment and tailor a treatment plan to suit you. If you would like to book in for a remedial massage, please contact us here.