As summer has truly arrived in Dubai, Senso Wellness Center is offering a delightful retreat to keep your skin hydrated and your senses refreshed.
The June package starts with a body polish to remove the dry skin and to leave you refreshed and glowing. The therapist will then proceed with applying a combination of a chocolate, strawberry and papaya body mask to soften and hydrate your skin.
After leaving you to relax you will have a refreshing shower, followed by a Balinese massage to relieve you from muscles aches, tension and stress.
The June package includes:
Body Polish (30 min.)
Chocolate Strawberry and Papaya Body Wrap (30 min.)
Balinese Massage (60 min.)
Free access to swimming pool and steam
2 hours treatment
All for just AED 488/- per person
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