The couple that gets pampered together, stays forever—or at least become much closer. For a different kind of Valentine’s Day gift or date idea, a wellness center offers packages that include relaxing and beautifying treatments.
Located in Baclaran and Antipolo, Hayfa Skin and Body Center offers three carefully curated bundles:
Couple Package A (P1,400) consists of Hayfa’s signature facial with free Photo Dynamic Therapy that’s both an anti-aging regimen as well as acne treatment. This painless, relaxing, non-invasive skin care treatment has multiple benefits; particularly in stimulating collagen production and treating mild to moderate acne problems.
Couple Package B (P1,400), on the other hand, is a body scrub with back massage combination. Body scrubs remove dead skin cells from the body’s surface, as it clears blemishes and reduce the traces of stress on the skin. The free back massage that follows will help in the body’s blood circulation as it relieves the soreness in the back area.
Couple Package C (P1,000) comes with manicure and pedicure with Jelly Foot Spa and free foot massage. The foot spa detoxifies as it softens and cleanses the skin prior to the manicure and pedicure. The highlight of this fun foot treatment is the gelatin-like foot bath that uses the Jelly Pedi which helps shed off dead skin as well as hydrate dry skin. The free foot massage ensures proper circulation in the lower extremities, while soothing away aches in the joints and limbs.
For appointments and inquiries, call (02) 8656-3577 or 0998-8553116 for the Antipolo branch, or (02) 8668-9614 or 0927-1780112 for the Parañaque clinic.
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