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Hela Spa’s New Cloudberry Wrap

Cloudberry

The Cloudberry

I would like to tell my readers about the new Cloudberry Wrap at Hela Spa. Mary Szegda has been working to perfect this treatment hela signagefor several years. Native to Sweden, the Cloudberry is a fruit rich in Vitamin C, one tiny berry holding more vitamin C than an orange. Cloudberry seed oil is rich is antioxidants, Omega 3 and 6 and vitamins A and E. The Swedish connection is fitting, as Hela Spa is Swedish in concept. Hela in Swedish means “to make whole”.

What is unique about this treatment is that it is equal parts massage, and skin treatment. Many skin treatments and wraps aren’t exactly relaxing. The Cloudberry seed oil is great in that it works well for long, gliding strokes, which are essential to a good massage. There were many steps to the experience. The first step was a deep cleansing with steamed towels and exfoliation with crushed nut shells. Next, Mary applied a super food detox mask made from the nourishing antioxidants and vitamins of the Cloudberry. Then, she wrapped me up in an infrared blanket so that the heat could help the mask penetrate my skin. After being wrapped up for 25 minutes, the mask was removed with sponges and I received a relaxing massage with the Cloudberry serum high in Omega oils. After the massage, Mary hydrated my skin with a mist.

It was a very relaxing experience, and my skin felt completely renewed afterward. I highly recommend the new Cloudberry Wrap for anyone who wants to relax and bring a healthy glow to their skin this holiday season.

– Miss A

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