WIN a R500 treatment at Langaro Wellness Centre in Camps Bay

You get facials and then you get FACIALS… which was exactly the case when I was treated to a Hydramemory Comfort Zone facial at Langaro Wellness Centre in Camps Bay recently.

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WOW! The name says it all… this facial is comfort for your face and body in every possible way.

The Hydramemory Comfort Zone facial is a 24h deep hydrating treatment that offers exceptional hydration and nourishment due to trehalose and betaglucan, recommended in difficult weather conditions, during and after air travel.

An indulgent and super relaxing treatment that encompasses a whole body experience and involves all the sense, I drifted off into a blissful semi-concious state thanks to my coccoon of a treatment room – complete with electric blanket, soft exotic music and the heavenly scents of the Comfort Zone signature scent spritzed in the air.

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My favourite aspects of the facial were the added extras that I really wasn’t expecting like a gorgeous hand, foot and neck massage… What a treat!

And afterwards my skin looked radiant – and not just for the rest of the day – for days afterwards I was glowing and had little need for any makeup at all…

A bonus for Becoming you readers (that’s you!) is that today I’m giving away a R500 treatment gift voucher for one lucky lady WIN an experience at the loveliness that is Langaro.

You can opt to enjoy a Comfort Zone facial of your own (and I’d highly recommend that choice) or you can choose to indulge yourself in any of their other amazing offerings – from main’s and pedi’s to body massages & treatments to hair styling – it’s up to you!

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You won’t be disappointed with any of these options as at Langaro you can expect the very best of the best – from the professional, discreet staff to the selection of top quality beauty products and upmarket facilities, time spent at Langaro is always an experience!

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

 

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Contact Langaro Lifestyle Centre
15 The Fairway, Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa

Tel: +27 (0) 21 437 1690
Email: info@langaro.com
Web: www.langaro.com

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Kathryn Rossiter

Kathryn is a South African lifestyle blogger and mom of 2 who has been blogging daily for over 9 years! She writes about travel, health, beauty, fashion, decor and family... but not food (unless it's food she's eaten made by someone else) as she is a hopeless cook. She only wakes up early for 2 things... a red-eye flight to somewhere exotic and early morning game drives. She has just finished an extensive home renovation and would prefer to never see another box again. She's never met a chocolate or glass of bubbles that she didn't like!

23 Comments
  1. I’d get the ACTIVE PURENESS facial, the combination of winter, stress and a bit too much wine indulgence has left my skin looking dull and prone to breakouts. **Holding thumbs for some pampering!**

  2. I recently had half of my thyroid gland removed due to a large benign tumour as a result of Hashimotos (an autoimmune disease) and a HYDRAMEMORY (G/L) option 1 Facial at Langaro Lifestyle Centre would be the perfect pampering that my body needs during recovery.

  3. I would treat myself to the absolute pearl facial. Almost at the end of my pregnancy and in desperate need of some pampering to look forward to!

  4. Closest I came to a masage of any kind was when I threw out my back and a chiro had to set it

  5. I would definitely get the the Hydramemory Comfort Zone facial – sounds like such a treat!

  6. An Afrique Rising Facial. My skin needs some attention. OR a Deep Tissue massage. My scoliosis causes lots of back pain.

  7. I would indulge in a manicure and a facial. Haven’t spoiled myself in years and really would enjoy it tremendously.

  8. Definitely the Hydramemory Zone Comfort facial – cosseted, comfort and glowing skin! What more could one ask for?

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