How To Choose The Right Spa Day

Visiting a spa is one of the most enjoyable things that you can do, especially as a Mum. After trying to juggle so many things, sometimes you just need to stop spinning all of those plates and relax in a jacuzzi for a while. After all, why not? You deserve it! And you should be able to take a day out to just enjoy relaxing and saying goodbye to your worries. However, picking out the right spa day is key and there are a few things that you need to keep in mind if you want to get the most out of your experience. We’ve noted down some simple tips here, for those looking to have the best pamper day ever.

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Think about the price

Ultimately, the spa day that you choose will be based upon price, as well as the other obvious factors. As a Mum, you probably don’t really have that much of a disposable income to be splashing out on super expensive days at the spa, so look into the different costs that are out there. You can get some deals on sites such as Groupon and Wowcher and these are usually a lot cheaper than buying a spa pass from the wellness centres themselves. Whilst you do get what you pay for, it is possible to find some deals for the more high-end spas, so don’t just go with the first price that you see on the internet.


Look at the treatments on offer

A lot of spas vary their treatments and it’s good to check out what’s on offer before you book to spend a day there. Generally, all spas will offer massages and facials, but some other places will have a wider variety of treatments on offer. From aligning your chakras, to offering isolation tanks for ultimate relaxation, there are plenty of choices out there! ‘What are isolation tanks?’ you ask. Well, they work based upon sensory deprivation, so that you can achieve a better meditative state. It can help with anxiety, and some physical pain, so it’s definitely worth trying these things out if you can.


Check out the reviews

As with everything, the best way to judge whether a spa day is right for you is by looking at the reviews. The joy (and downfall) of the internet is that we can now see what pretty much everybody thinks. So if the spa that you’re thinking of visiting doesn’t provide a great experience, then you can bet that somebody will let you know. Though reviews can’t always be trusted (and some people are always looking for things to complain about), you can get a general feeling from the reviews. If a lot of people are slating it, then you may want to give this place a miss. Speaking to friends and family members about their past spa experiences is also a good idea!


So, if you want to pick out the right spa day for you, then make sure that you follow these simple tips and you should be on the road to relaxation!

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post

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