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CSpa Blog

The Carlton Hotel Group have two luxury spa hotels across Ireland, all of which offer the ultimate C Spa experience unique to the Carlton Group. Through our new C Spa blog we hope to offer advice and help on treatments, skin care and general well being with advice from our trained therapists and staff in all of our luxury spa hotels.

Microdermabrasion!

Posted: 2014-02-03 15:00:00 Look fabulous & refreshed by springtime!!! Microdermabrasion only €40 midweek. Read on for the amazing benefits to your skin type.One of the questions we are asked the most is who is microdermabrasion for? Would it suit my particular skin type?And, the beauty is it really can help everyone, no matter what the skin type, to attain more beautiful, revitalised skin. In fact, over 80% of the population will see a benefit from microdermabrasion.The vacuum action during microdermabrasion facial works to stimulate the production of collagen, something we lose gradually as we age. This stimulation and skin's renewal improves the condition of the skin's surface – helping to target ageing skin, stretch marks, pigmentation, cellulite, dry and dehydrated skin and acne scarring ...

Mistletoe Motivator!

Posted: 2013-11-05 16:00:00 I know, I know, you don’t want to think about it but let’s face it, we say it every year……I’ll have dropped a dress size for Christmas and my skin and hair are going to be silky & glowing. Then it’s Christmas Eve, that LBD is a little more snug than it should be, the GHD is working flat out on the frizz from the wind & rain and the skin needs a complete course of microdermabrasion!!! Save yourselves!!! Start now….and here are a few little tweaks you can make to ensure you’re looking Sassy in your Stockings for Christmas!!! Drink upAnd no, we’re not referring to cosmos or mojitos, save that for the party season only a matter of weeks away!!!! It’s a known fact that we tend to feel less thirsty in the winter mon ...

Psoriasis.......Celebs Suffer Too!!!

Posted: 2013-09-03 17:00:00 If you suffer from psoriasis – you are not alone.........Kim Kardashian & Supermodel Cara Delevingne have it too!What is it? According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, psoriasis is an auto-immune disorder that occurs when the immune system sends faulty signals that accelerate the growth of skin cells resulting in thick, white, silvery, or red patches of skin which usually appear on the knees, elbows, scalp, hands, feet, or lower back. What is it not? It is not contagious. What to do? I know it’s not easy as there is no cure but here are a few tips to help manage and improve your symptoms. Moisturise Moisturising is top of the list, especially during the colder months. It’s also essential to keep skin moist throughout the year to reduce redness and heal ...

Holiday Hair!

Posted: 2013-06-21 16:00:00 I love chilling out on the beach or by  the pool, soaking up the relaxing atmosphere, feeling the warm sun on my face (high SPF of course), listening to the sound of the waves as they crash on to the sand, and people-watching behind my sunglasses. That is until I visit the rest room and catch a glimpse of myself in the mirror and shriek!!! Who’s your one with the afro??!! The smooth shiny locks that I arrived with are now standing at right angles to my head full of frizz and salt. So here are a few tricks to help others like me to protect our hair on the beach. After your morning shower, put conditioner in to your hair and leave it in. This will act as a protective barrier to your hair against the harsh rays of the sun, chlorine & salt. Boots do a great Swim & ...

Having a Spot of Bother

Posted: 2013-05-03 16:50:00 Have you ever woken up to a spot that’s screaming at you to pop??!! Then read on for some natural zit zappers you can carry out from the safety of your own home......Honey, honey!Honey is one of the top ingredients in DIY facial masks as it has great moisturising properties but it is also high in antibacterial agents which will bust that blemish. Just dab a pea-size amount of unprocessed honey onto the area and leave for 15 minutes and rinse off. Vinegar & WaterThis helps balance the PH levels in the skin, reduce redness and inflammation of acne. Mix equal parts of purified water and vinegar (you can use white or apple cider vinegar), dab a cotton ball in the mixture, apply to the blemish and rinse after 10 minutes.Tea Tree Oil Treating the spot on its own is great but ...

Pucker Up!

Posted: 2013-03-12 00:00:00 Have you ever wished for lips like Marilyn, Angelina or Scarlett??? You are not alone! Of course, you can always opt for fillers and other invasive cosmetic treatments but here are a few harmless tips and a little more natural (and easier on the purse strings!)PlumperOne of the easiest ways to plump up thin lips is to use a lip plumper. There are lots of different brands available to suit all budgets. They work by irritating the skin and making it swell up, but if they sting too much then they are best avoided. LinerBe subtle (and careful) when lining your lips. Using your lip pencil, draw just outside your natural lip line in light feathery strokes. This will give you that little bit extra fullness without looking like a clown. MoisturiseYour skin needs to be moisturised in orde ...

Eye, Eye!

Posted: 2013-02-20 10:00:00 If you’ve ever wondered how to care for skin around your eyes, then look no further for healthier & happier skin. The skin around our eye area is not only the thinnest skin on your face, but it’s also the most sensitive and driest. It’s the first place that shows signs of aging. Cleanse Gently........We’re often reminded to use our ring fingers when applying eye cream to be gentle and the same logic applies to cleansing. If you’re using an eye makeup remover, don’t tug or rub back and forth. Apply the eye makeup remover on a cotton pad and lightly set it on the eyelid. Do this so that it has a chance to work its way through the products and then gently swipe off.Moisturise with an EYE Cream.......Even though it might seem like a good idea t ...
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