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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I'm just as happy with a 45 minute back and shoulder massage. I once had a full body massage and I realised that the only part I really liked was the back/shoulder part. Can take or leave the rest!
    I really love a lower leg and foot massage, especially when pregnant. Don't care who does it- beautician, physio, podiatrist- it's all good!

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    I love going to a day spa & getting a full body massage, facial etc.
    But I'm not sure I could spend a whole day there, do people actually do that or does going for a 1.5hr massage count as a 'spa day'?

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    I like the idea in theory. But never having had a facial, massage, pedicure etc... I'm not sure to be honest if I would actually enjoy it.

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    My friend won a trip to the day spa for 2 some years back and took me. We had the works including champagne and canapes. It was the most relaxing 4 hours ever. I'd love to do it again.

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    I got a pregnancy package before DS was born and I was at a day spa for about 3 hours.
    It was amazing!

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    Provided it's a proper spa, and not some grubby wannabe, I could be there all day. Champers, tea, massage, facial. Heaven.

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    My DH got me one years ago...it was awesome...massage...some shower thing (spa people will know what I mean), pedicure, manicure, and facial. I wish I could afford a facial every month actually...my skin is always so clear and soft after a facial.
    But...I'd never go to one of those nail painting places etc. Just ick. No.
    Oh, and I hate the hairdressers...so boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Heaven!

    But as long as the therapist isn't Chatty Cathy. Then it is a nightmare!
    This

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Heaven!

    But as long as the therapist isn't Chatty Cathy. Then it is a nightmare!
    This exactly. Love being pampered, relaxing and doing nothing for hours. Hate making small talk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Heaven as long as it didn't include anything to do with feet (no no pedicure or foot spa or anything) and the massage would have to be remedial, none of this feather touch rubbish.
    This.


 

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