at We Come to You, Tucson, 85712 United States
We cater to your body's needs with personalized massage plans ranging from swedish, deep tissue, shiatsu, and myfascial massage integrated with Body and Skin treatments.
Here at A Touch Of Indulgence we offer a wide variety of both massage and body/skin treatments catered to your needs. Massage treatments ranging from swedish for relaxation, deep tissue & myofascial for over worked, sore, and tense muscles, to trigger point for those tough hard to get muscle knot formations. For Skin care we offer a wide range to at home DIY treatments for purchase. All made from scratch organic treatments safe for every day use for any skin type, from dry and itchy to oily and acne covered. We have you covered from head to toe for all skin types.
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Want a brightening mask that exfoliates and stimulates circulation in the face, resulting in a warm, rosy glow? Try our new Green-Papaya Brightening Mask Here's our DIY yourself recipe!! 1/2 cup unripe papaya, diced small 1 teaspoon plain yogurt 1 teaspoon honey Blend ingredients in a food processor until smooth. Apply to clean skin using fingers or facial brush; leave on for 8 to 10 minutes. Rinse off using cool water and pat dry. Finish by applying a gentle moisturizer. We recommend using this treatment once a week.
Ladys!! Here's a great new face scrub that I personally love!! Freshen and brighten up your face with this new Berry-Yogurt mask! Step 1 In a blender, combine 2 tablespoons plain yogurt and 2 tablespoons honey, and pulse until fully combined. Step 2 Add 1/4 cup mixed berries, pureeing until smooth, then add 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Step 3 Using your hands, apply mixture to a clean, dry face. Let mask sit 10 to 15 minutes, then rinse face thoroughly with warm water and pat dry. Now when making this remember, Blackberries deliver even more antioxidants than blueberries do, The vitamin C and natural enzymes in fresh citrus help brighten the skin, and as mild antiseptic, honey gently exfoliates, promotes tissue growth, and seals in moisture making your skin vibrant and youth full!
We have multiple openings for this sunday. Why not start your week off having a relaxing day of Swedish massage before that dreaded monday rolls in.
Dye your hair? try adding a small dollop of SPF +30 to any leave in conditioner when applying it on your hair. SPF will help reduce natural sun & wear fading, making your new vibrant color last up to 3x longer!
Want a all natural quick on the go morning pick me up? Who would have thought that 2 small apples in the morning, one at breakfast & a second for a small snack before lunch, will give you more of a energy boost then any cup of coffee will!!
COLOR BOOST FOR RED HEADS! Redheads Carrots and berries boost red locks. What You Need: 3 medium carrots, 2 tablespoons honey, 3 tablespoons yogurt, 1/2 cup cranberries (optional; works best with copper undertones) What To Do: Finely chop raw carrots in a food processor or blender, add cranberries if using, and make a coarse paste. Add yogurt and honey, then mix well. Shampoo, then spread the mask throughout hair, massaging lightly. Keep it on for 1 to 2 minutes and rinse. Style as usual.
COLOR BOOST FOR BLONDES! Blondes Tea, lemon, and potato enhance sunny shades. What You Need: 1 lemon, 1 raw potato, 1/2 cup chamomile tea, room temperature What To Do: Squeeze the juice from the lemon. Grate the potato and blend with the lemon to form a paste. Add the tea and stir. Shampoo, then spread the mask throughout hair, massaging lightly. Cover your head with a PVC-free shower cap or plastic wrap, then lightly heat with a hair dryer for 2 to 3 minutes. Rinse, then style as usual.
COLOR BOOST FOR BRUNETTES! Brunettes Cocoa makes for a deeper, richer brown. What You Need: 1/2 cup cocoa powder, 1/2 cup plain yogurt, 1 teaspoon honey, 1 teaspoon apple-cider vinegar What To Do: Whisk ingredients into a paste. Shampoo hair, squeeze out the water, and apply the mask. Keep it on for 2 to 3 minutes. Drape a towel around your neck to prevent the mask from dripping, as it may stain skin temporarily. Rinse, then style as usual.
Dull lifeless hair? Bring life back in to it with Beer. Yes beer. Yeast and hops help to swell the hair shaft and plump the cuticle, adding volume. The acidity of the beer helps remove built-up product residue. In the shower, after you've shampooed, pour a bottle of beer over your hair, Philip B. advises. Rinse briefly with fresh water. A rich beer with a high yeast content works best. (Read: No light beer.)
Want a full body skin exfoliant? The lactic acid in milk serves as a gentle skin exfoliant, while its natural fat content acts as a body moisturizer. Add a gallon of whole milk to a tubful of warm water and soak. It's a great alternative to sugar and salt scrubs, which may be too abrasive for people who suffer from eczema, psoriasis, or sensitive skin. If you prefer a fragranced bath, add 10 to 20 drops of an essential oil such as lavender which can usually be purchased in your local grocery store natural choice sections.
Rough elbows? Simply cut a orange in half horizontally and squeeze the juice of one half into a bowl. Add 1/4 cup granulated sugar and 1/4 cup olive oil and then blend into a moisture-rich scrub. Next, rub the exposed side of the other half of the orange over knees, elbows, heels, and any other dry spots. Last, rub in the sugar mixture to slough off dead skin. Rinse with warm water and pat skin dry. Repeat 2-3 times a week for best results, skin will be gleaming in 2 weeks or less!
Have rough feet? Try this simple trick to soften those puppies up! Puree 1 cup of fresh pineapple in a food processor until smooth. Sitting with feet in a washbasin, massage the puree into soles, heels, and between toes (you may feel some tingling). After 7 to 10 minutes, rinse feet with warm water and dry. Acid Enzymes in the pineapple help breakdown and dissolve old skin cells that have hardened on your feeet
Long night or stressed out? Carrying those ugly bags around under your eyes? Chamomile tea, a natural anti-inflammatory, helps ease redness and puffiness around the eyes. Green and black teas contain compounds called tannins, plus caffeine. Tannins have an astringent effect on the skin and shrink swollen tissue, while caffeine constricts blood vessels to reduce swelling. ***Simply just steep 2 (4 if you wish to rotate) Tea bags in boiling water for 3 minutes, remove from water and place bags in the refrigerator untill cooled. Then Place each over your closed eyes and rest for 15 minutes.***
5 EYE SOOTHER TRICKS 1. Steep two chamomile, green, or black tea bags in just-boiled water for three minutes. Remove them from the water and place in the refrigerator until cooled. Place one bag over each eye and relax for 15 minutes. 2. Place four metal spoons in a glass of ice water. When chilled, place one spoon on each eye, following the contour of your eye socket. As the spoons begin to warm, switch them with the spoons chilling in the glass of ice water. Continue this process until swelling subsides. 3.Pour ice-cold whole milk or cream into a small bowl; soak two cotton balls in the liquid. Then squeeze out the cotton balls slightly and put one over each eye. Once the cotton balls warm up, soak two more and repeat for up to 15 minutes. 4. Rest two 1/2-inch-thick cucumber slices on a bed of ice to chill. Once cool, place one slice over each eye, lean your head back, and relax for 10 to 15 minutes. Remove the slices and rinse your face with cool water. 5. Beat two egg whites until stiff, and then apply to the under-eye area using a brush. Let the mixture dry for about 15 minutes; rinse well with water. I also recommend adding a drop or two of witch hazel to the beaten whites, which further reduces swelling and keeps the egg whites from drying too rapidly.
WAKE UP SCRUB. No better way to start your day then with a fresh body invigorating body scrub. Ingredients: 1/4 cup olive oil 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 cup pure organic sugar(brown sugar for dry skin) 15 drops peppermint essential oil (Mentha piperita) 1/2 cup used coffee grounds from a freshly brewed pot 1. Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl; using a fork, thoroughly blend. Transfer the scrub to a wide mouthed jar, and store in a cool place until ready to use. The scrub will keep for one to two weeks, longer if refrigerated. 2. While showering, apply handfuls of the coffee scrub to wet skin in circular motions, starting at the feet and working up. 3. After scrubbing, cleanse skin as usual using a mild natural soap or body wash. Pat skin dry with a fluffy towel, and follow with lotion to seal in the moisture.
All-Natural Chocolate Facial Mask This decadent facial mask, ideal for normal skin, will leave your face smooth, soft, and silky. The cream and honey add moisture, and the oatmeal sloughs dead skills, perfect for smelling romantic and deliciously edible. Enjoy! 1/3 cup cocoa 3 tablespoons heavy cream 2 teaspoons cottage cheese 1/4 cup honey 3 teaspoons oatmeal powder Mix all ingredients together and smooth onto face. Relax for 10 minutes; then rinse with warm water.
Ladys! Have dry skin due to the upcoming season change? Befriend your blender!! When it’s really cold outside and my skin gets a bit chafed, I go home and head straight for the kitchen and dust off my blender. I make myself a hydrating facial mask by blending a little cold cream, yogurt, honey, aloe vera gel and avocado. Using a foundation brush to paint it on my face, I let the mask dry for about 15 to 20 minutes and rinse. Voila! My skin feels refresh and moisturized again. You can sore the remainder in clean canning jar & keep refrigerated for a daily beauty use. Will last for 2 weeks.