Vanilla Chai Exfoliating Back Treatment
Fall Special: Add to any massage treatment at no extra charge!
A luxurious start to any massage, this exfoliating back treatment buffs off rough, flaky skin to leave you feeling soft, silky and smooth. Using an all-natural Vanilla Chai Sugar Scrub from Skinlicious, steamed towels, and deeply moisturizing body butter, your therapist will expertly pamper your back before continuing with your massage treatment. In addition to exfoliating the skin, this treatment promotes increased circulation and you’ll love the warm Vanilla Chai scent.
All-natural and Canadian made, Skinlicious products are 100% vegan and contain NO animal fats, GMO, Sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens, petroleum by-products or methylisothiazolinone. Organic oils are used when available.
This special runs October 10th to December 31st.
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We have learned, through trial and error, that most providers do not accept electronically submitted claims for Secondary Coverage. These claims usually must be submitted manually. In these cases, the Clinic must be paid directly.