Friday, October 30, 2020

Give yourself a “Me” time, pamper yourself

From executives to students, everyone is eager to try anything that keeps them looking younger, feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. That makes this the perfect time to take a look around town and see what to do or where to go to re-charge those batteries and feel invigorated. Spas and beauty parlours have long been the best places for pampering and relaxation as they offer both men and women with a very relaxing environment as well as many services and treatments that help cater to the beautification of ones physical appearance.

Once in a while you need time out, to withdraw from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life, from routine life and experience the joy and pleasure of just being. Rachel Nekati is a slendering Therapist who has been in the industry for quite some time now and she is also the owner of The Wellness Parlour at Carbo Centre, Riverwalk. Nekati says just like all living organism, the body, mind and soul need nurturing as well as pampering. She asserts that visiting a beauty parlour assists and enhances the well being of an individual.

Beauty spas in Botswana are relatively a new phenomenon but according to Nekati, Batswana, both females and males understand the value of having a ‘ME TIME’ and that with increasing life demands, people appreciate the importance of taking time to focus on themselves. A little bit of positive selfishness will not hurt any one instead it will go a long way to bring you joy and fulfillment. So if you feeling frustrated, the traffic noise, the crying child or that barking dog is irritating you, you might need to take time out and spoil yourself at the Wellness Parlour.

You could visit the beauty parlour often as you want and pricing ought to be immaterial. Nekati concedes that what needs to be assessed over pricing is value.” Nurturing and pampering oneself assist in reducing stress levels, so people need to be proactive than reactive when it comes to looking after themselves”, says Nekati.

However Nekati advises consumers to research the services and treatments they are interested in at a beauty parlour before spending their hard earned money on something they don’t know about. She advocates for three important things. First a research or fact finding mission to acclimatize yourself with the place itself, the treatment you want and the products. “This will assist in having an appreciation of its reputation”, she says.

Cleanliness and hygiene is yet another key component as it has a direct effect on a person’s emotional status and lastly customer service. Nekati says a welcoming and calming environment is what relaxation is all about hence you should be on the look out for excellent service of the staff.

Well as the saying goes prevention is better than cure before your body starts complaining maybe it about time you contemplate a little ‘ME TIME’. A visit to the spa is probably what your body has been craving throughout the year. You have an option arranging from aromatherapy massage, hot stone massage, pedicures, manicure, facials and many more more. Go ahead and give it a try. Remember pricing is immaterial.

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