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CHOCO-MANIA

Under The Dryer: SPA BUZZ

Saturday, April 19, 2014    

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It's the big Easter weekend and we've had chocolate on the mind for some time now (blame it on an overactive dopamine release). We're about to up the ante with a full sensory explosion, thanks to our friends at Adam & Eve Spa & Salon, who've added chocolate-infused facial and body treatments for cacao enthusiasts at their well-appointed facility. Following in the pedicured footsteps of Madonna and Victoria Beckham, the genetically blessed Cortia Bingham, the spa's brand ambassador, takes us on a visual tour that will surely ignite the Willy Wonka in you!

DID YOU KNOW? Choco Facts

* Nourishes and softens dry skin

* Acts as a deep moisturiser

* Helps in diminishing the appearance of scars

* Antioxidants help reduce free radical damage

* Smoothes wrinkles

* Makes skin appear more supple and smooth

* Calms and heals irritated skin

* Promotes healthy detoxification of skin cells

* Rejuvenates the skin from the inside by promoting skin cell renewal process

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT

The Made In Jamaica Chocolate skincare & body product line, which is used and distributed by Adam & Eve Spa & Salon, comprises chocolate scrub, wraps, mask, cocoa butter, plus edible chocolate goodies which include chocolate bars, chocolate teas, chocolate spreads/dips, cocoa nib cookies, and chocolate brownies.

ADAM & EVE SPA & SALON

20 Tobago Avenue

Kingston 5

Tel: 754-6018

E-mail: adam.eve2007@hotmail.com

Website: www.adamandevedayspaja.com

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