It’s well and truly wedding central here at the moment, with 44 days until W-Day suppliers have been emailing to confirm details, we’re having to part with our cash and final decisions are having to be made.
Last week was very busy I had my first fitting, which wasn’t as great as I thought it would be. We had a meeting with our venue to discuss all the finer details and timings for the day, it was a wonderful evening and they basically told us anything we wanted we could have.and Friday I had my first hen party which was a scream!
It was a tiring week and to be honest I don’t think it’s going to get any calmer either, I need chill out time! A few months ago Mom and I booked a course of facials at the Clarins Spa and Saturday was our first appointment.
I enjoyed every-single-lotion-potion-massaging-moment! It was incredibly enjoyable and relaxing. I lay under a comfy thick cover whilst my therapist massaged my head, neck, shoulders and face. She spent about 20 minutes applying cleansers, scrubs, masks and eye creams it was divine!
My skin felt amazingly smooth afterwards, and I was completely relaxed. If you can make the budget stretch I would definitely recommend a course of massages and facials to any bride to be. I suffer with an oily t-zone, so she suggested I try Clarins Lotus Oil as a way to trick the skin into thinking it has already produced enough oil. I’ve been using it since Saturday night and already I’ve noticed a huge difference!
We each have another 2 appointments before the wedding and also by booking this course Clarins offer a reward scheme. You accumulate minutes to use on another treatment. I’ve been considering having a back exfoliation and massage treatment so my back looks as radiant as my face on the day!
It was great to just have 40 minutes being totally pampered. The room was warm, dark and had gentle music playing in the background, I closed my eyes and just let my mind relax. When I first booked them all I was thinking about was my skin and how I wanted it to look fresh and vibrant for the wedding – now it’s more than that. It’s about that moment of escaping everything – even my own thoughts! Definitely money well spent!