Thursday, 3 October 2013

Lush Spa, A Sound Bath Review



My name is Kellie, I am 37 years old and before this week, I had never been to a spa in my life.



When Lush approached me and asked if I would care to try out the Sound Bath treatment at their spa branch in Leeds, I was intrigued. I have heard a lot of great things about the Lush Spas and I am a huge fan of Lush in general. For me, that  smell that can be, for some, off-putting is the very thing that draws me in and makes me purchase all of their products.



I headed down the the Lush Spa in Leeds on Tuesday, really not knowing what to expect. I knew that the treatment I was going to have was called a Sound Bath but I deliberately didn't find out much more than that, as I wanted to keep an element of surprise.

The Lush Spa is situated within the Lush Store in Leeds where the staff are extremely welcoming and friendly. After just a few minutes of waiting, during which time I admired the way that Lush present their products I was ushered downstairs into the spa area.





I don't know if the spa area was quite what I had expected, I walked into what can only be described as a country-stye kitchen, which looked extremely homely and welcoming, with a big wooden table in the centre. (I will tell you no more about the box, consider it part of the surprise) After a thorough chat with the therapist about the treatment ahead, where everything was explained to me, we went through to the treatment room for what can only be described as one of the most relaxing hours of my life.



I really don't want to go into too much detail about the treatment as I do think it is something that needs to be experienced rather than explained. I will tell you that there was soothing music that was created specifically for the Sound Bath treatment. tuning forks, massages and I also experienced Ear Candling, which did play an integral part of the treatment and if it is something that you have never experienced before then I highly recommend.



The treatment was so relaxing that at one point, I did fall asleep, which I am told is very common, (although the therapist assured me I don't snore) and when the treatment was over, I was given time to adjust back to my surroundings and gather my thoughts before making my way out of the treatment room to have the final part of the Sound Bath experience.




The whole treatment was something that I enjoyed immensely, the Lush Spa is a welcome addition to the Lush stores and priced at £65 is not something that will break the bank. I can definitely see myself returning to the Lush Spa for another treatment in the future and I am considering purchasing this experience for christmas gifts.





The Lush Spas are in Edinburgh, Poole, Chelsea, Leeds, Liverpool and Kingston and are well worth a visit if you want to spoil either yourself or someone you love. For more information, you can visit https://www.lush.co.uk/spa to find out how to book.


Have you had a treatment at the Lush Spa?

What would you recommend I go for next?


Let me know.


Big Fashionista x x


*Treatment provided by PR for review, however, as always, my words are all my own.

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  1. I had the Good Hour massage and it was magical! A deep tissue massage set to a soundtrack of sea shanties! It worked so well and I would thoroughly recommend it if you fancy a different one.

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  2. I'm off for the Sound Bath on Thursday, I had a sample of the treatment back in July at their birthday event, so I can't wait to have the full treatment! x

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