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Seven unique beauty treatments to try in Canberra

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Forget a mani-pedi—these beauty treatments offer something a little more unusual for beauty buffs.

iS Clinical Fire & Ice Facial (Renew Skin)

Ever wondered how celebrities get that red-carpet-ready glow? Designed to resurface the skin rapidly and safely, the iS Clinical Fire & Ice facial is legendary for its quick results and little to no downtime.

Involving a mixture of warming and cooling sensations (hence the name) the two-part treatment leaves your skin glowing, refreshed, and invigorated—and it’s great to diminish the look of blemishes and wrinkles. Oh, and you can apply makeup right away (which is why it’s rumored to be red-carpet-approved).

 Level 1/83 Gozzard St, Gungahlin |

Caviar + Pearl High-Performance Anti-Aging Facial (Hale Spa)

If you’re booking some me time, you want it to be boujee—and what’s more boujee than a combination of caviar and pearl? Hale Spa offers an anti-aging treatment that replenishes your skin with pure caviar and pearl extract, and honestly, it sounds like pure luxury.

Enjoy the clay mask that promises to improve elasticity and will leave you with a youthful complexion—and make sure to make the most of the Hale Spa private guest lounge which offers herbal teas and access to the cave pool.

10-14 Macquarie St, Barton |

Femme (The R Clinic)

Redefining women’s wellness, this is the first time the EmpowerRF device has been offered in Canberra—and it’s here to change your life. This non-surgical platform helps women suffering from urinary incontinence, pelvic floor weakness, sexual dysfunction, and more by using state-of-the-art treatments.

Leaving you feeling more confident, it promises to improve your quality of life.

CO1, 4 Grazier La, Belconnen |

Carboxytherapy (Ogee Facial Rejuvenation)

Have you heard of this little-known rejuvenation procedure? Now you have. Injecting the skin with gaseous carbon dioxide (CO2) in tiny amounts, Carboxytherapy is said to help with brightening skin tone, eliminating puffiness around the eyes, fading fine lines and wrinkles, muting scars, reducing dark under-eye circles, rejuvenating the face, smoothing skin texture, shrinking pores and tightening skin.

So, basically, it sounds like a need, not a want.

1 Boolee St, Reid |

Platelet-Rich Plasma Facial (Tinted Skin)

Remember the “vampire facial” that blew up the internet? This is it. In the treatment a small portion of your blood is collected and processed in a centrifuge, then injected back into your areas of concern.

Wondering why the hell you would want to do this? It not only helps to improve skin texture and rejuvenate UV-damaged skin, but it also reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars.

LG5, 88-96 Bunda Street (City Executive Suites) |

Korean Style Facial Treatment (Sycamore Media Spa)

There’s no denying Korean skincare is all the rage (hello snail mucin, pimple patches, and essence emulsions), so why not take it to the next level with a Korean facial? Choose from one of Sycamore Media Spa’s options (think Cherry Bloom Therapy or 24K Luxury Gold Therapy) and see what the buzz is about.

96/235 Flemington Rd, Franklin |

Native Clay and Hot Oil Massage (Jindii Eco Spa)

A fusion of ancient Ayurvedic massage combined with native Australian ingredients, this isn’t your average massage. Beginning with placing a ring of native clay on the back and hot, therapeutic oils continuously flowing to gently release spinal tension, you’ll be left feeling completely relaxed, nurtured, and harmonised. Name a better way to relieve some stress.

Australian National Botanic Gardens, Clunies Ross Street, Acton |

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