Lily Pad Diary Dates

We have a number of dates for your diary. The following events are taking place in The Lily Pad in August—

Threading Hair Removal Clinic

with Munaza on Saturday, 6th August, 2016

Angel Card Reading

with Mary Keena Donnellan on Saturday, 20th August, 2016

Acupuncture

with Anne  By Appointment

Access Conscious Bars & NFT

with Teresa O’Brien, By Appointment

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Threading comes to The Lily Pad!

We are delighted to announce that Munaza Gilmore,Master Threader will be holding monthly clinics at The Lily Pad here at Eden Skin and Laser Clinic.

There are few places that we cannot Laser and unfortunately within the eye socket area is one of them,we are then asked “What is the next best thing?” Waxing is effective but is not recommended for the delicate skin around the eye area,repetitive pulling with wax strips will lead to loss of elasticity of the skin in that area and premature aging will occur.

Eyebrow threading  is a depilation technique which originated in India, although it is also widely practiced in the Middle East. Salons in Western nations offered the service to Middle Eastern clients for decades before European and American women became interested and the popularity of eyebrow threading skyrocketed. The hair removal technique is not just for the eyebrows: threading can be used to remove other facial and body hair as well.

The technique is sometimes listed on salon menus as khite or fatlah, which are both Arabic words for threading. Eyebrow threading involves twisting a piece of thread, usually cotton, into a double strand. This double stranded thread is used to pick up a line of hair and then remove it, creating a very clean, precise hairline. Eyebrow threading is the technique preferred by Indian movie stars, who are often distinguished by their crisp brow lines.

Eyebrow threading can be used to eliminate a unibrowEyebrow-Threading, raise the arch of the eyebrow, or add shape and definition to the brow. Because it removes hair by the follicle, it is a reasonably long lasting hair removal technique as well. Repeat visits after three to four weeks are standard. The technique is also not terribly expensive because it is easy to do quickly and does not require costly chemical ingredients. For women who would like to pursue a more natural beauty regimen, eyebrow threading is a good choice, since it does not use harmful products.

Munaza  has years of experience in her craft and even holds training sessions also.She is also the creator of “The Maz Brow” a particular technique used to create High Definition Brows.

Maz’s next clinic is on Saturday 21st June 10-4pm.

Please call us 0906625904 or book online to make an appointment.

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Our first blog!

We have tried our hand at blogging! Much easier than we thought…so much so that we plan to blog every month!

Our first offering ” A New Year A New You – What Eden and Lily can do” its a overview of how both Eden Skin and Laser and The Lily Pad therapy centre can contribute to the goals of your new year resolutions.

Many thanks to all our therapists who contributed articles to the blog,amazing to see how each can help benefit the mind,body and skin!

Hope you enjoy..if there is any feature you’d like highlighted please contact us and we will include in our blog in the meantime click to here to the link.

 

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Hypnosis Roscommon-My Experience

Had a wonderful and interesting Hynotherapy with Paul Gill our Hypnotherapist/Psychotherapist here at The Lily Pad therapy centre @Eden Skin & Laser Clinic. Paul attends our Clinic every Friday for Hynotherapy sessions for Stress, Phobias,Slimming,Smoking,Anxiety Problems etc.

Read all about it here on our Facebook page.

 

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