There is a time to work and a time to relax.
Right now, the big hand is pointing to chill o’clock.
Take some time out to pamper yourself or your Mum with today’s Big Deal on a Total Body Harmony Experience at Amara Essence on Dumbarton Road.
Within easy walking distance of Partick Railway Station and the subway, Amara Essence is a stylish salon in Glasgow’s West End.
With a warm decor inspired by Africa, Amara Essence offers a luxurious and tranquil setting in which the salon’s professional therapists offer spa, holistic and beauty treatments.
The private, candle-lit spa area at Amara Essence is where you will enjoy your four treatments.
Designed to help you relax and harmonise your mind and body, the treatments are:
Full body massage – choose between a 1 hour deep Swedish massage to unlock muscular tension and aches or a relaxing hot stone massage in which hot basalt stones will be used to massage your body’s vital energy points.
Express facial with massage – designed to cleanse, tone, exfoliate and moisturise your skin.
A hand and forearm massage – this will soothe away tension from these areas – especially welcome if you spend much of the week hammering away at a keyboard.
A foot and lower leg massage – your feet and legs do a lot of work every day. Give them some TLC with this relaxing massage.
Mother’s Day gift
This ultimate pamper package would be fantastic for anyone looking to indulge in a little me time. It would also make a great Mother’s Day gift. If you want to say thank you to your Mum then say it with a massage.
Amara Essence has been winning fans on 5pm and elsewhere. This is what two recent customers had to say, first on 5pm Health & Beauty and then on the salon’s own Facebook page.
‘Luxury manicure and pedicure. A great new salon with friendly and efficient staff. Great deal so was brilliant value for money but would happily have paid full price.’ Rating 4.8/5
‘My daughter and I had the best ever massage and facial on Saturday. I couldn’t recommend highly enough. Can’t wait for my Darphin facial, a week on Saturday!’