You will never hear Team Big Deal moaning about the recent run of great weather.
Sunshine, blue skies, warm breezes – we love it. Our skin is a little less keen on the sun.
Come rain or shine, you can keep your skin smiling with today’s Big Deal on a Priori Prescriptive Facial at the gorgeous 15 Royal Terrace Day Spa in Glasgow’s leafy West End.
Smoothes the skin
Taking place in the luxurious townhouse surrounds of the 15 Royal Terrace Day Spa, this skin-boosting Big Deal is for a Priori Prescriptive Facial.
Your visit will begin with a consultation with your therapist to decide on the most effective facial for you.
Whether your skin could use some help with the signs of dehydration or sun-damage, a Priori facial is an effective way to fight the appearance of ageing.
Tailored to your skin type, the 30 minute treatment includes a cleanse, exfoliation, facial and mask best suited for your skin type.
By the end of your visit, your skin will feel revitalised and radiant.
Fully trained staff
All of the team members at 15 Royal Terrace have considerable experience working in successful spas and each has gained professional qualifications in beauty and spa work.
It also helps that 15 Royal Terrace is open seven days a week with late opening on Wednesday to Friday nights – great looking skin has never been so convenient.
The knowledge and experience of the staff at the salon shines through in the ratings which 5pm Health & Beauty customers have given 15 Royal Terrace. The popular day spa has a fantastic combined rating of 4.6/5 – among the highest scoring spas on the site.
This is what a couple of visitors had to say of their time at 15 Royal Terrace:
‘Amazing experience. So relaxing. The consultants are friendly and professional. Definitely recommend for a day of pampering!’ Rating 4.4/5
‘So happy. My treatment was carried out by Dianne! She was so professional, so welcoming, put me at ease…and she was fantastic at the facial and massage! I will definitely return to the spa and I would HIGHLY recommend! I can’t wait to go back.’ Rating 5/5