It Is Suitable For
· Those looking for body scrub and massage in Langkawi, Malaysia.
· Those with rough skin.
· Those who wish to nourish and moisturize the skin.
· Those who wish to undergo exfoliation with natural ingredients.
· Those who wish to subside body soreness.
What is Frangipani Body Glow?
Frangipani Body Glow at our affiliated spa represents a relaxing body exfoliation to be sumptuously experienced with warmed oils followed by the natural ELEMIS salt scrub (Lime and Ginger).
After the dryness on skin has been sloughed away and showered, Frangipani Monoi Body Oil will be applied for moisturizing, followed by a mini facial treatment and lastly, Balinese Massage will further soothe your body.
What is Balinese Massage?
Balinese Massage is a full body massage focusing on deep-tissue, which is originated from Indonesia. It is considered as a holistic treatment where it involves a combination of gentle stretches, long strokes, skin rolling, palm, and thumb pressure with the use of aromatherapy.
Essential oils are used in the form of aromatherapy to enhance the massage and help with relaxation. The techniques are performed to help to improve circulatory, lymphatic, muscular, and nervous systems. For jetlag recovery, the recommended essential oil at our affiliated clinic would be Tranquility.
How It Works
Frangipani Body Glow is a package of body scrub and moisturizing along with facial and body massage after. At our affiliated spa, the products of ELEMIS will be used and they are known to be formulated uniquely from the natural ingredients, which reduce the risk of allergies and irritations on sensitive skin.
The treatment duration is 120 mins.
How Balinese Massage Works?
Balinese massage helps to soothe damaged tissue and relieve strained muscles as well as joint pain; useful for sports injuries. Balinese massage is usually performed either on a massage couch or on a floor mattress.
Aromatherapy plays an important part in soothing and relaxing. It is expected for the therapist to use deep pressure during the massage in order to work on deep, knotted tissue and muscle damage.
Balinese Massage Procedure
1. Basic consultation
2. Smelling and choosing of essential oil for aromatherapy
3. Feet will be washed
4. Changing of clothes
5. Massage procedure
6. End of treatment
7. Changing of clothes
8. No showering / bathing for 1 hr
Advantages and Limitations of Frangipani Body Glow
· Exfoliates dead skin cells
· Evens the skin tone and texture
· Reduces stress
· Stimulates blood flow
· Nourishes and softens skin
· Improves sleep quality
· Uses natural ingredients
· Pregnant women are not recommended for the treatment
· The pressure experienced during the massage may be painful for some people
Q1: What are the most common essential oils used?
A1: The most common essential oils are jasmine oil, ylang-ylang oil, and rose oil.
Q2: What is the signature essential oil used for Balinese massage?
A2: The signature essential oil for the Balinese massage is frangipani essential oil, which is one of the rare and can be exclusively found on the island of Bali.
Q3: Is there any restriction for the massage?
A3: The massage is restricted for the ones with pathologies on/within the body.
Q4: Can I proceed with the massage after my sports?
A4: Yes, Balinese massage helps to cure/balance sports injuries.
Q5: Is this a full body massage?
A5: Yes, Balinese massage is a full-body treatment.
[Spa Name] Mandara Spa
[Spa Location] Langkawi, Malaysia
[Nearest Station / Attractions] Spa is located at Tanjung Rhu Resort situated at the northern tip of Langkawi, surrounded by rustling Casuarina trees on a 2.5 km white-sand beach facing the aquamarine waters of the Andaman Sea.
[Spa Opening Time] 9:00AM - 5:00PM (Closed on Mondays)
|Number of Postoperative Visit
||48 hrs is required for any booking cancellation
|| Tanjung Rhu Resort, Langkawi, Langkawi, Kedah