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Five treatments to pamper mum with on Mother’s Day

Give the gift of pampering and treat your mum to relaxation

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 06 May, 2015, 4:02pm
UPDATED : Thursday, 07 May, 2015, 3:04pm

As it’s great time to express how much you love her, give the gift of pampering and treat your hard-working wife, sister or mum to some well-deserved relaxation this Mother’s Day. All treatments featured are available during May.

 

Mum & I Pampering at MiraSpa

Spend time to accompany mum for a day of rest or even a staycation. The Mum & I Pampering package for two (HK$2,800 plus 10 per cent service charge) includes the 90-minute Mira Massage, a Rejuvenating Lifting Facial or MTD5 Vita Fusion Facial, a day pass with access to infinity pool, fitness and heat facilities on the day of the treatment and high-tea served at the poolside, not to mention a HK$300 cash voucher for Alqvimia products and a Mother’s Day gift of travel-sized beauty products by MiraSpa. Upgrade to the sleek Mira Suite 70 for an overnight stay, which includes a buffet breakfast at Yamm for the special rate of HK$1,800. For booking inquires call 2315 5500.

 

Jelly Bean Manicure and Pedicure with Mum at The Nail Bar

Children grow up fast, and for mums looking for a bit of luxury bonding time can pay a visit to the new Nail Bar at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong for matching mother-daughter mani-pedis. The Jellybean Manicure and Pedicure (starts at HK$1,000 for off-peak times) is specially designed with little fingers and toes in mind, and offers eco-friendly polishes from Azature and Deborah Lippman in fun rainbow shades that are paraben, paraffin silicone and sulphate free. Enjoy a complimentary beverage of choice, such as Champagne for mum or a fresh fruit smoothie for the little one, while hands and feet are being transformed. For reservations call 3196 8900.

 

Pregnancy Massage at The Sanctuary

Expecting mums should all get well-deserved massages to help elevate discomfort and pain that come with changes during pregnancy. Preparing for the arrival of a new baby is stressful and massages have a great relaxing and calming effect. Some further benefits include stimulating circulation, lymphatic drainage, improving sluggish bowel movement, indigestion and acid reflux. The practitioner, Jenny Ostling, is certified in holistic aromatherapy, Arvigo therapy and pregnancy massage. A 60-minute pregnancy massage costs HK$900, or opt for a package of five (HK$4,250) or 10 (HK$8,000). For inquires call 2537 1373.

 

Sweet & Grand Momma treatment at The Oriental Spa

Thank mum for all she does through beautiful skin and soft feet at The Oriental Spa at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental. The 75-minute spa treatment (HK$1,385 plus 10 per cent service charge) includes a customised Aromatherapy Associates facial with hydrating mask, warming foot compress and relaxing foot massage up to the knee. The first 35 Mother’s Day packages booked will also get a bonus sample of Renewing Rose Body Cream and Intensive Skin Treatment Oil. For reservations call 2132 0011.

 

Mama Mia! at Sense of Touch

The Mama Mia! two-hour package (HK$1,680) offers a tailored massage using blended aromatherapy oil and a moisturising facial with active ingredients that infuse skin with echinacea and highly effective enzymes that give skin an extra moisture boost. A limited edition diary, a three-day complimentary pass to Pure Yoga and Pure Fitness, a Capelli hair salon coupon and a relaxing shoulder pad with custom embroidery message filled with natural herbs, will also be given as a gift. Available at six Sense of Touch locations throughout Hong Kong, for booking inquires call 2526 6918.

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