Rice Renewal Treatments At Dala Spa At Alaya Resort Jembawan

October 30, 2017

Rice Renewal Treatments at DaLa Spa at Alaya Resort Jembawan

Throughout Asia, rice is a staple food that has long been used as a traditional beauty ingredient to soften rough skin and encourage a brighter looking complexion. This enlivening ritual draws on nature’s goodness to encourage advanced renewal. Now you can enjoy the benefits of rice with DaLa Spa’s new promotion - it starts with an exfoliating Rice Water Foot Ritual using rice, honey and lime paste to remove impurities followed by a relaxing body massage performed with a rice and milk compress, which will release tension. Continue with a refreshing Mini Empress Facial where the skin takes on a radiant glow after the application of a rice pearl mask. A soothing soak in Rice Water and Warm Milk Bath infused with tropical Balinese flowers brings the treatment to a close. Priced at only IDR 699,000++ per person for two hours, this treatment is available at DaLa Spa at Alaya Resort Jembawan. Jl. Jembawan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | t. (+62 361) 908 32 89 | www.alayahotels.com | www.dalaspa.com


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