Post-Lockdown Spa Treatments We’re Gagging For

Suffice to say that 2020 has been a bit of a funny year in the world of beauty. On the one hand, we’ve been in our homes, cooking healthy meals (possibly) and removing ourselves from the pollution of the city streets. But on the other, we haven’t been able to go to all our usual, favorite spa spots. And that’s causing consternation in some circles. 

Going to the spa is part and parcel of being a beauty queen. Sure, you can eat right and do all the home fitness workouts you want with your online PT. But if you’re not getting your monthly injections or lipo, you feel like you’re missing out. 

So which spa treatments are we gagging for? What services will we be snapping up the moment this quarantine ends? 

Face Massage

Face massages are an essential part of your beauty routine. They help to relax the muscles in the face and reduce the chance that wrinkles will form. What’s more, they also help to improve circulation, making it less likely you’ll develop patches of fallow skin. 

Many of us are desperate for this service because of the stress of being cooped up in our homes and not being able to go to work. We want things to return to normal soon so that we can get all the facials we want. 


Botox treatment providers are popping up all over the country, and for a good reason: it works. 

Botox is short for botulism toxin. It’s a chemical found in the natural world that has an uncanny ability to paralyze muscles. Once it is in your system, you can’t move your arms or legs, no matter how much you may want to do so.

It sounds scary, but when applied in small doses, it is actually super beneficial. Just like a facial massage, it relaxes your facial muscles, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. But, importantly, it lasts much longer. Often botox will keep your muscles relaxed for months on end, making you look more youthful

Skin Peels

Being indoors all day has kept us out of the sun, but it has also made our skin look dull and lifeless. Skin needs a certain amount of sunshine to thrive. If we don’t get it, it produces less vitamin D and starts to turn grey. Eventually, we wind up looking pasty – and some people get outbreaks. 

Many of us have now been indoors for more than a month. That’s not a good thing. Therefore, when we get out, we will be looking to get skin peels to help new growth come through, ready for the summer. 

Sauna Treatment With Infusions

The Scandinavians swear by saunas for health and wellbeing – and they’re not wrong. Research suggests that our bodies respond positively to stress, particularly heat stress. So saunas may be a great way to give yourself a kickstart once officials decide the lockdown is over, and we can go back to life as usual. It helps to make you feel refreshed.