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Immerse yourself in Viv’s in-Houz spa experience through pictures taken before, during, or after a massage, facial, waxing hair removal, body scrub, & nail care appointments.
- Clientele: 6 girls ~ 7-12yrs
- Event: Birthday
- Location: Client’s home in Nairobi
- Experience: Regular mani-pedi & Swedish massage
- Cost: Ksh 3000
- Spa setup: Our own
- Decor: Clients
The birthday girl had invited 5 of her girlfriends.
The young ladies had requested to be treated by ladies only (we had to leave our male nail tech, Ken out of this event).
We bring the massage table & clean linen.
If you prefer, you can use your own linen, we always bring disposable sheets.
You remain covered, only the part worked on is exposed.
In all treatments, we offer you the choice of 5 essential oils; lavender, lemon, rosemary, eucalyptus, and jasmine.
A full-body massage starts with the feet & ends with the head.
We use soft warm sugar paste. We need access to electricity contact to warm the paste.
We bring clean linen and use disposable sheets.
Notice the “shiny patch” marked “2”?
We apply the sugar paste & remove the hair in “small batches”; see 1 & 2
To minimize the pain further, we stretch the skin in the direction against the hair growth.
We use dead-sea-based facial products which are safe even for sensitive skin.
We use the spatula to place facial products on the client’s face.
If you prefer, you can use your own facial products.
We bring the linen to cover you as the coffee sits on your skin after the scrub.
Once the scrubbing gloves are used, we leave them behind with the client or dispose of them.
Each nail care treatment includes filing and shaping the free edge of nails, pushing and clipping cuticles, soaking hands/feet, scrubbing and scraping dead skin, and ends with a hand/foot massage.
We bring all the necessary equipment. We need access to water supply and electricity contact.
The final coat is done with gel varnish. If you react to gel varnish, you should inform the nail tech to use regular varnish.
Last Updated on August 9, 2022