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Service Spotlight: Mama Mio Skincare's Mama's Touch

July 10, 2011 | 5:19 PM
Service Spotlight: Mama Mio Skincare's Mama's TouchYummy Tummy

Carrying a baby is stressful—both mentally and physically. Those nine months may have moms-to- be wanting to check out of reality and into a spa. Mama Mio makes pampering and relaxation possible with their exclusive skin salvation program: Mama Mio Skincare’s Mama’s Touch. Offered at over 300 spas worldwide, the Mama’s Touch includes four different treatments: The Yummy Tummy, Lighten Up, Mellow Mama and 4th Trimester Healing Hour. Out of the four, SALON TODAY investigated the Yummy Tummy service, which helps replenish the hydration, elasticity and omegas that the baby borrows when developing. Where it’s at: Visit mamamio.com to find a spa near you.

Description: An omega-rich facial for the tummy combined with a relaxing upper back, neck and head massage. This combination treatment begins with an application of Gravida Pulse Point Oil and gentle skin brushing to increase circulation, then exfoliation to improve the tonicity of the skin. A concentrated serum and deep treatment mask are applied to soothe and moisturize the abdomen. The service also offers a gentle face and head massage which releases cranial and jaw tension followed by a deep neck and shoulder massage to ease the client of the stresses associated with pregnancy as the Intensive Tummy Stretch-ease Serum and mask take effect.

Benefits: Improves strength and elasticity of skin, stimulates cell regeneration and helps heal and prevent stretch marks.

How it’s different: This is a facial for your tummy, because it’s your tummy that needs the attention to maximize skin strength, health and elasticity.

Who performs it: A Mama Mio trained massage therapist.

Length of Service: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Cost of service: Varies

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