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winter skin soothers


For an in-salon treatment, Elemis’ Exotic Frangipani NourishWrap or Float is a deeply nourishing, aromatic pampering experience to drench the skin in moisture for immediate softness, suppleness and radiance.


From the shores of Tahiti, Coconut Oil and Frangipani flowers are soaked together to produceMonoi, which literally means ‘scented oil’, then for theWrap your client’s body is cocooned in a comforting foil wrap letting them drift away as their skin is nourished with the FrangipaniMonoi Oil.Meanwhile for the Float, clients can enjoy a weightless, warm and dry floatation bed after their body has been drizzled in warmMonoi Oil, to experience the almost weightless state known as passive immersion.


At home, recommend Elemis’ Skin NourishingMilk Bath, which uses a special milk protein base, rich in vitamins, amino acids and minerals to leave the skin feeling satin soft and deeply hydrated.


Also available, Yon-Ka’s Lait Corps is a satin lotion with hydrating, repairing, softening and soothing extracts (Ginseng and Comfrey) for all skin types; whilst Phyto-Gel Exfoliant is a foaming body gel with diatoms and Jojoba pearls which can be used on all skin types including sensitive skin. Skin will be left feeling satin-soft with a scent of pleasure and well- being.


the gloves are off!


Hands also get a raw deal at this time of year, so don’t forget to offer your clients luxury manicures to help restore that vital lost moisture.


OPI’sAvoplex Replenishing Hand and NailTherapy, available through LenaWhite Ltd, offers clients an intense relief with a totally replenishing and revitalising manicure treatment.


Revitalise and invigorate your clients with a formula packed with OPI’sAdvancedAvocado Lipid Complex with deep-penetrating antioxidants, phospholipids vitamins A, B1, B2, D and E and essential fatty acids.


Products within theAvoplex range include: Nail and Cuticle Replenishing Oil, Exfoliating CuticleTreatment,Moisture Replenishing Lotion, High Intensity Hand and Nail Cream, Cuticle Oil to Go, Liquid Soap and Revitalizing Hand and Body Scrub.


The Bio SculptureGel Luxury Spa Range boasts a variety of luxuriousmanicure and pedicure treatments, which can be used both in the salon and at home. Inspired by nature, the range has been created through the blending of carefully selected botanicals with highly effective vitamins and antioxidants.


LDN: Skins Lightweight Foaming Exfoliator is gentle enough to smooth over the surface of dry flaky skin, without damaging or lacerating the newly exposed skin cells.


The range ismade up of a variety of hand and body products including Apricot Kernel Scrub, Potpourri Aqua Soak and Hand and Body Butter, all specially developed to work in harmony with Bio Sculpture Gels.All products are moisturising and nourishing to the skin, to care for the client and technician, as with all Bio Sculpture products.


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5 YEAR WARRANTY


AFFORDABLE QUALITY £1625


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