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Spa Cenvaree launches Marrakesh Black Soap Treatment

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Spa Cenvaree, by Centara Hotels & Resorts, has launched a Moroccan Spa treatment that uses Marrakesh Black Soap rich in vitamin E to even out dark spots and blemishes on the skin.

The 105-minute treatment is currently available at Centara Grand at CentralWorld in Bangkok, and Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya.

Marrakesh Black Soap is used as part of a traditional cleansing ritual in Morocco. Delicately scented with eucalyptus essential oil, it is made from a mixture of Moroccan argan oils and crushed olives to provide deep hydration for the skin.

Spa Cenvaree’s Moroccan Ritual of Rejuvenation treatment begins with a body cleansing incorporating classic massage techniques using Marrakesh Black Soap, followed by a body polish using a special glove to slough away dead skin.

The massage incorporates soothing manipulation of muscles aimed at improving circulation to ease muscle aches and tensions.

This is followed by a warm water massage with a Vichy Rain Shower featuring multi shower jets to stimulate blood circulation and tone the skin. Your body is then drenched with a refreshing citrus and honey milk rich in vitamin C and nutrients to leave your skin supple and radiant.

Upon completion of the Spa treatment, guests may wish to enjoy the relaxation lounge where there is a selection of herbal teas, snacks, fruits and juices.

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