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The House of Elemis

Verified (?) Visited Oct 2011

THIS was my first experience of a Rasul steam room, which the therapist explained was based on a Turkish tradition of covering the body with mud and steaming to soften the skin. My friend and I enjoyed the experience of covering our own selves and then each other in 3 different types of mud (which had cleansed of impurities); one for the face and neck; another for the upper body and finally one for the upper body. We then sat in the steam room and enjoyed a gradually increasingly hot steam for half an hour, before the start of music alerted us to an impending sprinkler coming on - just like being in a rain forest. We then had an ordinary shower to get rid of any residual mud.
After this, the therapist returned to explain the effects that the different oils on offer would have on our skin and left us again to make our own choices and smoother ourselves in oils.
My skin was noticably smoother and softer for several days after the treatment; WILL definitely be going back.

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