Massage Products

Due to the nature of the COVID 19 shut down, we are only sending out spa products for redemption of current gift vouchers.

Some of our suppliers are experiencing delays, so we will make up a gift box with a mix of spa products to the value of your voucher. Generally they are a mix of relaxation bath salts, foot soaks, exfoliation, massage oils and aromatic soaps. Should you have a preference for products, please let us know at the time of sending us your address and voucher number.

Please also note there is a longer than usual period from our orders being booked with the courier, pick up and then delivery. We thank you for your patience.

If you do have a voucher within the expiry period, please email with your voucher number, your phone number, your name, your address and your email address and we will courier out spa products to you.

Thanks again, stay well, stay safe 🙂 


Relaxation Gift Box

Relaxation Gift Box

Perfect Way To Unwind
and Relax

  • Mix of spa products
  • Free Delivery Anywhere In Australia


Rejuvenation Gift Box

Rejuvenation Gift Box

Give Your Body And Skin A Fresh Start

  • Mix of spa products
  • Free Delivery Anywhere In Australia


Day Spa In A Box Products

Day Spa
In A Box

Beautiful Gift Box To Create Your Own Spa At Home

  • Mix of spa products
  • Free postage to anywhere in Australia


Pregnancy Gift Box

Deluxe Gift Box

Deluxe gift box packed with lots of spa goodies.

  • Mix of spa products
  • Free Delivery To Anywhere In Australia


Relaxation Massage Oil

Thank you for the beautiful gift box you sent out to me!

I particularly loved the bath salts you included.

Totally unexpected, I didn’t realise I received it in the three hour package, so was a lovely surprise when the courier arrived with it.

Thanks again and looking forward to booking in again soon.


Massage Products

5 out of 5
September, 2016

Blending Essential Oils For Massage

The correct ratio is five drops of essential oil to two tablespoons of carrier massage oil. Carefully measure as making it too strong can be harmful.

  • Massage Oil To Aid Relaxation – We like bergamot, chamomile, Clary sage, lavender and rosewood. To add an uplifting not add a citrus drop as well.
  • Blend For Energizing – When you feet flat or down an enlivening massage with uplifting massage oils can help turn around the day. We like a mix of black pepper, Cyprus, jasmine and peppermint.
  • For Stiff Muscles – We love ginger, grapefruit, marjoram and nutmeg in a mix of oils for the massage.
  • Hangover Remedy –  Always popular, this is good if you forgot to drink water before you slept. A gentle massage with fennel, geranium, orange and juniper is our fave mix.
  •  Warming Blend Of Oils – During winter, we love to have a massage by the fire with these oils – rosewood, ginger and orange.

Carrier Massage Oils

  •  Some massage oils, such as olive oil, are too sticky for massage.
  • Peach nut oil is good for delicate skin as is sweet almond oil.
  • Avocado Oil  – It is rich in chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments, and is very nourishing for both skin and hair.
  • Most massage oils have health giving nutritious properties of their own, but will be much more effective if combined with another richer carrier oil more suitable for massage.
  • Almond oil is rich in Vitamin A, B and E which are all great for our skin. The oil helps maintain moisture levels and can be absorbed without blocking pores.
  • Sesame Oil  – Sesame Oil has been used traditionally in Aurveda, and is documented in ancient Ayurvedic texts as being the best oil for the human body.
  • Coconut Oil  is colourless, very light and is absorbed very well by the skin.  The oil is commonly used for Kahuna Massage, due to the tropical, coastal nature of its origin and its scent.
  • Jojoba Oil  – Jojoba Oil is extracted from the seed of the Jojoba plant. Due to its antibacterial properties, this oil is another great option for people prone to breakouts on their face and body.
  • Grapeseed Oil  – This oil is extremely light and thin.  It is also nutritious for skin, with high levels of linoleic acid. It also has no scent, which is great for people who prefer no fragrance.
  • Apricot Kernel Oil – is known to be quite similar to Sweet Almond Oil, making it a great alternative for people with nut allergies. It is a little more expensive, but is highly rich in vitamin E and leaves skin feeling  soft.
  • Store Your Oils In A Dark Place – this will help preserve their scent and properties


Clay mask being applied during a facial

Types Of Clay Mask

The green clay mini facial is included free in all of our day spa packages.

A clay mask is great for most types of skin types especially oily and acne prone skin.

Most of the time the clay mask will have other ingredients to soothe and moisturise the skin as well, like oatmeal, honey, cucumber or avocado.

Some popular types of clay to be used in a clay mask (also known as mud masks) include red, volcanic, pink, yellow, green and white clay.

A white clay mask is great for acne prone skin while a green clay mask will combat oily skin. A yellow clay mask is good for those with combination skin, pink clay masks for sensitive skin and volcanic clay for healing.


The Benefits Of A Clay Mask

Although some people may think covering your face in ‘dirt’ is strange, there are many great things a clay mask will do for your skin. Clay is not just dirt; it has been used all around the world to cleanse the skin.

  • Packed With Nutrients. Clay is made up of fine grains of rock and soil a.k.a organic matter full of natural minerals, vitamins and nutrients. Potassium, calcium and copper are all commonly found in the clay used to make clay masks and help cleanse the skins pores.
  • A Clay Mask Can Reduce The Oiliness Of The Skin. Oily skin is the result of gland over activity and over production of sebum. Masks remove dirt from skin and also they have astringent properties, absorb oil and make the pores themselves smaller. This slows the production of sebum, and in combination can greatly reduce the oil the skin makes.
  • They Make Skin Soft And Smoothe. Due to the clay’s composition of fine grains, a clay mask has exfoliating properties.  It also helps the process to remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin feeling smoother. Many masks also have added moisturising ingredients like cucumber or avocado oil, helping to nourish the skin.
  • Can Improve A Skin’s Circulation. Circulation is important for skin as the blood brings both oxygen and nutrition to your skin cells, and takes away unwanted waste products.
  • They Are Great For Different Skin Types. No matter whether you have acne prone skin, sensitive skin, dry or oily skin, there is a clay mask for you. They come in different colours with different mineral contents to suit individual needs. Green clay masks are very popular as they can be used for a range of skin types.
  • They Clean Out Your Pores. Clogged pores can mean blackheads and acne. Clay gently removes dirt and clogged oil from the skin’s pores by drying and drawing the dirt away. This is then washed away with the clay. Pretty neat huh?

    Whether you are applying a one to yourself or having it professionally done, there is no mess, no hassle, and they are quite cheap. And since it technically helps your health, you don’t have to feel bad for spoiling yourself.

  • They Are Easy To Use And Affordable. Whether you are applying a one to yourself or having it professionally done, there is no mess, no hassle, and they are quite cheap. And since it technically helps your health, you don’t have to feel bad for spoiling yourself.

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Author Biography – Ali Saoirse –  BEc University Sydney, GradDipPsych Bond University, Diploma Remedial Massage, Certificate IV Massage, Level 7 Kahuna Massage, Qualifications in Pregnancy Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Aromatherapy, Reflexology from Gold Coast TAFE.

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