Alila Villas Soori launches Hair Spa by Spa Alila

Alila Villas Soori launches Hair Spa by Spa Alila

November 16, 2011: Alila Villas Soori has launched its first salon titled "Hair Spa by Spa Alila" featuring a series of lavish hair treatments with naturally derived essential and base oils that are designed to invigourate the scalp, relax your mind and nurture your hair.

The Hair Spa also provides other regimens like manicures and pedicures, foot massages, head and shoulder treatments. The beneficial hair and scalp treatments include Traditional Crème Baths which provide deep-hydrating hair treatments, incorporating essential oils of rosemary and lavender combined with nourishing base oils of coconut, avocado and shea butter, while the Hair Stimulation Massage nourishes the hair and scalp through a combination of massage and beneficial plant extracts that help enhance cell stimulation.

The Hair Repairs range integrates rich blends of cocoa butter, honey, egg, coconut oil and rosemary essential oil to aid in the reconditioning of hair, while stimulating growth and enriching it with fresh, natural nutrients. As guests have their hair neatly wrapped and steamed, they are also given a pressure point massage for the neck, shoulder and arms.
Keeping in mind individual conditions, the treatments feature interchangeable product elements – the mint and tea tree rinse help tackle stubborn dandruff, a brown sugar and lavender scalp scrub stimulates hair growth and also helps detoxify the scalp; the cooling cucumber hair drench is applied for sun-damaged hair, and the rosemary and honey element helps nourish the scalp and remedies split ends.

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