In need of a foot peel?

When last did you have a foot peel? If you responded “never had one” or “long ago” or even “a month ago” then you must book into Arabella Spa for this treatment. It is an absolute MUST for any hard working feet.
What is a foot peel?
A safe and controlled chemical peel for the feet to effectively treat dry/cracked heels or any dry skin on the feet.
This chemical peel is a combination of lactic and citric acid meaning that not only are dead skin cells effectively removed, but the skin is deeply nourished and hydrated too.
Gone are the days where you will need to file feet so much they burn and bleed. A simple yet very effective chemical peel on the feet is all you need, once a month or even once every two or three months. Please note this treatment can only be performed in the spa by a qualified skin and body therapist under carefully supervision, with a very important kaolin mask to be used at home for 14 days post peel to repair the skin and keep it soft and supple.
This treatment can either be done on its own for 30 minutes or combined with a pedicure which will take a total of 75 minutes with a glorious foot and lower leg massage.

Please call us at the Spa on 028 284 0036 to book your treatment today.

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