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Sunburn

In South Africa our summer is in full swing, the days are hot and the sunrays dangerous. While on holiday at Elephant Plains Game Lodge, some of you will enjoy sunbathing by the pool while for other,s the exposure during game drive is more than enough. Here is how to prevent sunburn during your holiday. 1. Keep in mind that the South African sun is very strong and that you should at least half the time that you...

Manicure – Looking after your hands

A good Spa Manicure should cover all the “must do’s” to make your hands look their best at all times. So what exactly are those “must do’s” and why? No 1 Preparation – Always start with a good soak. The soak causes the dead skin to soften in order to be easier to remove. Note: Make sure not to soak them for too long as the extra moisture being absorbed will in turn cause the nail polish to chip...

Your type of pampering

On a day to day basis most of us do not have ten minutes for ourselves, not even to mention time to set aside for some pampering. When visiting us at Elephant Plains, you have the perfect opportunity to do both and even more – the opportunity to receive the right kind of pampering, to suit your every need.   For some of you, being spoiled might mean taking care of the basic things like doing your hands...

Windows to your soul…

The eyes are most definitely a key facial feature and therefore it is one that must diligently be looked after. A good brow shape might be one of the best things you can do to alter and clean up your appearance, without having to do something too drastic. Here is how to get the perfect shape at home. Line 1: Using a make-up brush as a measuring stick, hold it from the corner of your nose and past the inside of your...

Trigger Points

Trigger points, or muscle knots, mostly go unnoticed until they become unbearable. They are the source of many body aches and pains. But if you know how to work with them, the end result can be pure relaxation and bliss! Let’s have a look at a few of my favorite Trigger Points. The first spot is situated right under the back of the skull! The muscles located here are the one’s responsible for keeping your head...

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