The Thai massage wonder
By Ayesha Singh
29th July 2012 12:00 AM
Of the many invigorating treatments being offered at the swanky new spa in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj, called the Sawasdee Traditional Thai Spa, one treatment seems to be getting all the attention. The Sesame Head Compress Massage that was introduced recently helps reduce scalp tension and strengthens the roots of your hair. “We introduced this treatment primarily for people who wanted to strengthen hair roots. Premature hair loss and thinning of hair have become a rampant problem. It could be due to stress, excessive hair-styling, deficiency in diet, pollution or hormonal imbalances. The sesame head compress helps strengthen the root hair follicles which prevents the hair from breaking,” says Sukhchit Dahuja, Managing Director, Sawasdee Traditional Thai Spa.
Balancing the four basic elements—earth, water, wind and fire—the aromatherapy massage combined with Ayurvedic massage techniques focuses on the cranial area, to stimulate the nerves and improve energy and blood circulation in the head and shoulders. Using extra virgin coconut oil as a lubricant and rolling and pressing of warm sesame compress on particular points, this therapy nourishes, conditions, increases blood circulation and strengthens hair roots and the scalp.
Many treatments evolving from traditional ancient recipes of Thailand, the therapy draws from a longstanding native tradition of natural healing and beauty. In today’s world, where ‘feel good therapies’ and ‘natural healing’ have emerged as the most sought-after lifestyle mantras, Sawasdee’s Head Compress Massage offers authentic Thai treatments to peel off the daily stress from the body and mind. “We survive in this competitive market because we are natural. Most other treatments available are chemical based. Our treatment is completely safe and free of any side-effects. It gives great results without causing any damage to the hair, and if taken over a period of time, it can deliver great results that are permanent, and non-reversible,” says Dahuja.
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