Friday 15 November 2019

Tonic beauty salon to launch pregnancy packages

Cheltenham’s chic independent beauty salon, Tonic, is set to launch indulgent pregnancy pampering packages for Gloucestershire mums-to-be.

Mums-to-be will be able to indulge in some well-deserved pampering, as Cheltenham salon Tonic is set to launch two luxurious, tailored treatment packages for pregnant women in March 2017.

The anticipated launch sees a range of new treatments available from Tonic beauty salon, which is located in Cheltenham’s chic Suffolk Parade, with the pampering packages expertly designed to ease the aches and pains of pregnancy, with the whole body and bump in mind.

Suitable for woman past the first trimester of pregnancy, Tonic will be offering a Mum-to-be Massage which encompasses expert holistic techniques, taking special care to nurture the whole body and bump and leave the recipient feeling completely zen.

Meanwhile, the Mother Nurture pamper package includes a blissful back massage, freshening facial, foot scrub, and soak, using the finest products from AromaWork’s Nurture range, which is suited for mums-to-be.

Speaking of the new treatments, managing director and owner of Tonic, Kerry Cornish said: ‘There is a significant lack of options for pregnant ladies to be pampered in Cheltenham! I wanted to create a treatment menu that inspired mums-to-be and enabled them to continue to look after themselves throughout pregnancy.

‘There are so many things you are recommended not to whilst pregnant, I wanted to create treatments that are 100% safe so we can say to our clients – Yes! You are allowed to participate in pampering!’

For more information, see Tonic Cheltenham or call (01242) 260425.

© SoGlos
Friday 17 February 2017

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