Ballito is home to a thriving hub of wellness practitioners, beauty specialists, health shops and the like.
But with so many to choose from, how do you find the right person for the job?
For my first review I visited the Dermalogica Concept store in the Ballito Junction.
You feel important the minute you set foot into the store.
They have a wonderfully lit beauty bar that essentially has all you could need while they are doing their famous Face Mapping (Dermalogica’s unique skin analysis) which provides insight into your skin’s past and present, and allows the prescription of a targeted home care regime for a healthy skin future (this is a free service).
What made such practical sense to me was exactly that, a targeted home care regime.
I was quite excited to get my skin under some intense therapy this month as I tried the Lamelle range.
Last month I reviewed the benefits of regular facials for those beginning to look after their skin, but this time around, my mission was to find out something ‘next level’.
The question I was asking was “can I reverse ‘permanent damage’ that has occurred on my skin?”
So off I went to KUZA Wellness Lab at Foxhill located in the hip LINC Campus, determined to explore the ‘results orientated approach’ and so, I was not expecting this to be a pleasure. Beauty knows no pain, right?
The chemical peel is one of the most honest skincare treatments around. It doesn’t hide behind a fancy name.
Like most women, I have had highlights done a couple of times in my life, then opted for ‘at home’ hair colour, then back to the salon to try get ‘miracle’ work done to the impossible: black hair to blonde streaks then wanting red hair and then back home a few weeks or months later with box colour again… The amount of pressure we put on our hairdressers to perform is huge.
That was me at this weeks review of Scissor Sisters in Ballito.
At 33 years of age, all of the above had happened at least three times over in my ‘hair-life’. So I was not exactly bringing ‘virgin hair’ to the party.
Before Mrs SA I was blonde. During my reign as Mrs SA I was almost black with plenty of extensions in-out-in-out of my hair over three years and then at Mrs World I was going for the mahogany tones.
Through all this, I never wanted to lose length, so cutting it to be healthy was never an option for me.
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If you are planning a regular visit to the Ballito Beaches, some useful articles on the health and wellness side would be 10 Ways to avoid drowning on your beach holiday and Don’t get beaten by the heat in Ballito.
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