Laroma Therapies Offers The Best Honey Massage In Worthing!
We are pleased to be able to offer Honey Massage in Worthing here at Laroma Therapies.
Indulge in Laroma’s Honey Massage, a full body Swedish massage followed by a soothing honey face mask with honey and ginger tea.
Honey as a product is full of goodness. Scientists have revealed that honey has powerful anti-bacterial and anti-sceptic properties on at least sixty species of bacteria; honey is non-toxic and has strong effects. So it can be used for very sensitive skin. The composition of honey includes sugars such as glucose and fructose and also minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, sulphur, iron, phosphate and vitamins B1, B2, C, B6, B5 and B3.
Swedish massage uses massage techniques specifically to relax your muscles. It can help with a many problems, from aches, pains and stiffness to poor flexibility and circulation. It’s also a great way of bringing stress levels down, which will improve general health.
A Swedish massage can be slow and gentle, or vigorous and bracing, depending on what we feel you need and what you would like to achieve.
As well as the calming benefits, Honey Massage is good for:
- Easing muscular strain by flushing out toxins
- Improving circulation by increasing oxygen flow in the blood
- Helping to keep ligaments and tendons supple
- Stimulating the nervous system
- Reducing emotional and physical stress
Honey is good for you in both the ways either taken internally or applied topically to the skin. Honey as a basic ingredient in a facial mask furnishes many skin care remedies. Honey helps to cure acne, scars, wounds, wrinkles and even dry skin. Honey is a real treat for skin.
Skin benefit from Honey face mask:-
Honey has antibacterial properties, which helps in fighting acne and pimples. Honey reduces infection and is very effective home remedy to treat acne.
Honey is also antiseptic. When honey is diluted with water, it produces hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is an antimicrobial agent and is used as a mild antiseptic. Honey is useful in treating cuts, wounds, and abrasions.
Honey is a good cleanser for skin. It soak ups impurities from the pores of the skin, leaving your skin clear and clean.
Honey is a very effective moisturiser for skin. It retains moisture making your skin radiant, soft and supple.
Honey properties protect your skin under the sun and assist the skin to rejuvenate and stay young.
Honey is a natural remedy to prevent wrinkles. Honey slows down the ageing process.
Honey antioxidant properties make it capable to fight against skin damage and skin ageing.
When used in tea, ginger, which is both a spice and an herb, can help promote good health and a sense of well-being. Adding honey to your tea will give it a soothing taste and an added antioxidant. Honey helps your body fight unwanted effects from chemicals and pollution. Honey can boost your body’s immune system. Ginger and honey tea helps promote comfort and helps you on a chilly day to feel warm. Both honey and ginger in tea have health benefits.
Stomach Upset Treatment
The University of Maryland Medical Center reports ginger can help alleviate an upset stomach. An upset stomach occurs when your stomach lining becomes irritated. The ginger soothes the lining, helping you feel less nauseated. Many people benefit from ginger tea when they suffer an upset stomach related to chemotherapy treatments. Though ginger will help you feel better, it may not stop the vomiting from occurring.
Motion Sickness Treatment
You can receive relief from motion sickness when you drink ginger tea, MedlinePlus states. The tea helps alleviate the queasy feeling in your stomach. This may help if you get motion sickness in planes, trains or cars.
Arthritic conditions ease when you drink honey and ginger tea. Arthritis causes inflamed joints, which causes the pain. The anti-inflammatory effects of honey and ginger tea may help the pain of arthritis decrease. You will feel less fatigued from the discomfort and will be more physically active, Gale Maleskey reports in her book, “The Definitive Guide to Health Supplements.”
Ginger, when drunk in tea with honey, especially while you sit in a hot bath, induces fever. Inducing a fever helps provide recovery from an infection, remarks doctor of naturopathic medicine Jill Stansbury in Maleskey’s book. Stansbury serves as assistant of botanical medicine and chairwoman at the Botanical Medicine Department at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Cold and Flu Symptom Relief
Honey calms a sore throat. It also suppresses a bothersome cough associated with the common cold or flu, Mayo Clinic reports. Taking the honey at nighttime will help you sleep through the night. Sleep aids healing.
Honey, an Antioxidant
Using honey to sweeten your ginger tea will help fight free radicals in your blood stream. Fighting free radicals, which are molecularly unstable, and keeping them from your normal cells, may help give you protection from cancer, FamilyDoctor.org reports. Breast and colon cancer respond to the effects of ginger. Honey helps maintain your health and build your immunity from disease.
80 Minute Honey Massage & Face Mask – £75.00