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Stressed? Then Slip Out To The Health Farm In Your Lunchbreak

Stressed? Then slip out to the health farm in your lunchbreak
It's generally accepted that taking a break is much better for productivity than working through lunch. But what's the best way to spend the hour? Going for a walk? Light lunch in a cafe? Quick trip to the gym? How about a visit to a health farm?.

While this might seem more associated with a weekend away than an activity for the middle of the working day, Adagio skin care centre in Newmarket Road Cambridge has introduced a lunch time beauty treat for those like the experience of a health farm but don't have the time.

Says Adagio owner Naz Mitchell: 'Spa therapys are the ultimate treat for the busy lifestyle of today, so taking a break from work to have the type of relaxing and de-stressing therapy normally associated with health farms is the ideal pick me up for the middle of the day.'

For those really pushed for time there's the 25 minute body smoother. This therapy smooths and silkens the entire body using a body buffing cloth, dry body brush and exfoliating body scrub. The therapy includes a dry body brush to take home.

With a little more time there's the 45 minute back bliss. This deep cleansing back therapy helps to recondition, decongest and rehydrate this often neglected area and includes a relaxing back massage.

For the full hour there are two therapys that really bring the feel of the health farm. The detoxifying enzymatic sea mud wrap detoxifies and exfoliates the body with a warm purifying seaweed and mud pultice, specially wrapped to promote relaxation. The wrap is infused with vitamins, minerals and micronutrients to leave skin feeling smooth and soft.

There's also the hydro pack wrap, an ultra soothing and hydrating therapy supplemented with aromatherapy oils and oceanic algae. The aloe-based pack is swaddled in a thermal wrap to infuse the skin with moisture. There's also a free 'Ultimate Body Cloth' with both these therapys to give you a taste of the health farm at home.

Adagio specialises in anti ageing, offering a number of therapys not previously available in the area, including natural non surgical face lifts Lift 6 to regenerate lost collagen and elastin and Oxy Life, which pushes oxygen and high performance cosmetics deep into the skin to promote tissue regeneration and hydration.

They are also the first skin care centre in the area to get a skin scanner, which tells in minutes what's wrong with the skin and therefore saves wasting money on the wrong products. They also have an Endermologie machine for removing cellulite.



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It's generally accepted that taking a break is much better for productivity than working through lunch. But what's the best way to spend the hour? Going for a walk? Light lunch in a cafe? Quick trip to the gym? How about a visit to a health farm?. While this might seem more associated with a weekend away than an activity for the middle of the working day, Adagio skin care centre in Newmarket Road Cambridge has introduced a lunch time beauty treat for those like the experience of a health farm but don't have the time.

Medicineworld.org: Stressed? Then slip out to the health farm in your lunchbreak

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